I suspect that you would enjoy a good blessing. The battle which fascinates us was a broad undertaking of faiths. A collision of self beliefs (love) which brought about chaos and mayhem which altered everything. Was it cataclysm of catechisms. Does this make sense?
Post by Unjumbling Brinkerhoff. on Dec 20, 2017 14:49:02 GMT -5
It seems to me that the other side of Brinkerhoff running onto a bunch of seven soldiers, killed, stripped and scalped, and several gray horses, (dead), showing they belonged to...... has been told by pictogram. I suspect it is the Spotted Wolf/Yellow Nose stuff and is wrapped up in the strangulation of 'Custer' account of an officer death. The group of soldiers are laying dead with several gray horsesand the image includes two hostiles, possibly male and female, killing an officer. Hmmmm........ this couldd ruin Crimbo.
OBOB or an off-by-one error is a logic error (bomb) involving the discrete equivalent of a boundary condition. It often occurs in computer programming when an iterative loop iterates one time too many or too few. The problem could arise when a programmer makes mistakes such as using "is less than or equal to" where "is less than" should have been used in a comparison, or fails to take into account that a sequence starts at zero rather than one (as with array indices in many languages).
This can also occur in a mathematical context.
The problem may have contributed to the US Army defeat at Little Bighorn and its subsequent empirical study.
The Wiki article is very well considered and cues Vitruvius - possibly the most important human, ever! (Enjoy)
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If it walks like a duck, sounds like a duck, and looks like a duck ~ it is probably a goose.
It is a pity that more is not known but his impact upon civilizations was and is immense. Difficult to believe it was one guy but there is some amazing history spanning two millennia and the emergence of Rome's ruthless dominance of stuff. Caesar, Vercingetorix, the Battle of Alesia. We know more about events 2,000 years ago than in 1876 at Little Horn.
Diary August 02, 2027, and we'll plan a get together somewhere.