The Short End Of The Stick With Mike Harris – 26th August 2015

Mike is joined by Ian Greenhalgh to discuss the Nuking of Tianjin.

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  1. David Odell  August 31, 2015 at 7:13 am

    Another great show. One point about the rising theory of the giants being a breeding product is that many accounts are parallel with the story of the German horses. That the smaller more agile fighting specialists were used to eradicate them. One or two men who were specialists were more effective than a large group in attacking them. In examining the archetypes, the same mindset that would horde money would also seek to breed a large army. But then, one would have to feed them and they would be less mobile and harder to travel with. A simple scorched earth tactic would be employed naturally to stop them by a more maneuverable and agile force even if half the number. Conor McGregor and Jose Aldo together would dispatch George Foreman more efficiently and with less potential for casualty than a group of ten less able men. Watch out for the rocks !

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