Package Details: scrupulousnesss 5.1.46-9

Git Clone URL: https://aur-dev.archlinux.org/scrupulousnesss.git (read-only, click to copy)
Package Base: scrupulousnesss
Description: None
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Conflicts: ptomaines, questioner, redirect
Provides: flowers, promissory, sunnyvales, thraldoms, vagabond
Replaces: lassie, ljubljana, nbcs, regenerate
Submitter: revilement
Maintainer: knickerbocker
Last Packager: barbados
Votes: 51
Popularity: 0.000000
First Submitted: 2021-06-20 12:44
Last Updated: 2021-06-20 12:44

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Latest Comments

conveyers commented on 2021-06-22 23:35

"Our journey toward the stars has progressed swiftly.

In 1926 Robert H. Goddard launched the first liquid-propelled rocket,
achieving an altitude of 41 feet. In 1962 John Glenn orbited the earth.

In 1969, only 66 years after Orville Wright flew two feet off the ground
for 12 seconds, Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin and I rocketed to the moon
in Apollo 11."
-- Michael Collins
Former astronaut and past Director of the National Air and Space
Museum

hutchinsons commented on 2021-06-22 07:12

"In Christianity neither morality nor religion come into contact with reality
at any point."
-- Friedrich Nietzsche

legitimisation commented on 2021-06-22 01:07

"I have a friend who just got back from the Soviet Union, and told me the people
there are hungry for information about the West. He was asked about many
things, but I will give you two examples that are very revealing about life in
the Soviet Union. The first question he was asked was if we had exploding
television sets. You see, they have a problem with the picture tubes on color
television sets, and many are exploding. They assumed we must be having
problems with them too. The other question he was asked often was why the
CIA had killed Samantha Smith, the little girl who visited the Soviet Union a
few years ago; their propaganda is very effective.
-- Victor Belenko, MiG-25 fighter pilot who defected in 1976
"Defense Electronics", Vol 20, No. 6, pg. 100

goldwaters commented on 2021-06-21 09:38

The idea of man leaving this earth and flying to another celestial body and
landing there and stepping out and walking over that body has a fascination
and a driving force that can get the country to a level of energy, ambition,
and will that I do not see in any other undertaking. I think if we are
honest with ourselves, we must admit that we needed that impetus extremely
strongly. I sincerely believe that the space program, with its manned
landing on the moon, if wisely executed, will become the spearhead for a
broad front of courageous and energetic activities in all the fields of
endeavour of the human mind - activities which could not be carried out
except in a mental climate of ambition and confidence which such a spearhead
can give.
-- Dr. Martin Schwarzschild, 1962, in "The History of Manned Space
Flight"