No issues with the ClarusCorp/BD/Sierra Bullets/NRA connections though.
Ha .. yes, indeed. BD do a good job of not talking about that awkward connection.Aside from the saintly Patagucci, are there any wholly unblemished big outdoor brands? Our local hero, Arc'teryx, belongs to a large Helsinki-based conglomerate with fingers in many pies. And Arc'teryx itself is a major producer of technical clothing for military customers.
Outside mag. have a piece on the ethics of gear buying in the wake of the Florida school shootings. Camelbak’s parent company Vista Outdoor is one of the largest assault weapons manufacturers in the USA and NRA supporter.
Oh I see, it's more about trashy food, I thought there was some conspiracy I hadn't heard about and Coca Cola owned all the sheep in Yorkshire or something!
Quote from: teestub on March 12, 2018, 05:11:01 pmOh I see, it's more about trashy food, I thought there was some conspiracy I hadn't heard about and Coca Cola owned all the sheep in Yorkshire or something! Not quite that bad but pretty much anything bought in a supermarket.
My reasoning: No passe simple except être in third person (which can even be heard on radio), so it must be elementary. I'm likely to be wrong.Anyway, fascinating about historic chipping in B. Also confirmed my suspicion that Edlinger headpointed his routes.
My reasoning: No passé simple except être in third person
My french isn't very good, but does it tell you how to unsubscribe from his fucking 'lezards bleu' email list?
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