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    Quote Originally Posted by Missouri Guy View Post
    120 plus is pretty hot...can't everyone have a cave to stay cool in



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    more than likely the multiple layers of clothing causes evaporative cooling using their own sweat...I actually use that method on hot roofs but simply put a "goodwill" dress shirt that i do soak down before wearing it with cool water for a better effect....i do use a supco magnetic umbrella also for additional shading on prolonged periods...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unlimited1 View Post
    more than likely the multiple layers of clothing causes evaporative cooling using their own sweat...I actually use that method on hot roofs but simply put a "goodwill" dress shirt that i do soak down before wearing it with cool water for a better effect....i do use a supco magnetic umbrella also for additional shading on prolonged periods...
    It helps for sure...he mentioned a water shortage as well. Iraq needs some leadership over there..A strict leader is better than no leader.



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    Sounds like fans an evaporative cooling are your best options. I know you have a water shortage - maybe even primitive evaporative cooling techniques are not possible?? Wish I was able to provide a better solution.
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    Simple.......I would move

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    Quote Originally Posted by Missouri Guy View Post
    Cutting out tongues..tossing people off buildings.beating the bottom of feet.acid drip cages..public floggings...Sharia..Not French..Saddam..very much a Muslim



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    fro where u got that

    saddam didnt do that
    if he did same u may find that in china north korea etc
    not islamic law
    Power consists not in being able to strike another but in being able to control oneself when anger arises
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian8383 View Post
    Simple.......I would move
    move to where pal
    iraq is in bad situation day by day
    Power consists not in being able to strike another but in being able to control oneself when anger arises
    A diamond, is just a piece of coal that made good under pressure!
    In the middle of every difficulty lies opportunity
    If success were easy everyone would be doing it.​

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    Quote Originally Posted by kefah View Post
    fro where u got that

    saddam didnt do that
    if he did same u may find that in china north korea etc
    not islamic law
    I watched the videos years ago..It's true he was very strict.
    He did do alot of good things..women's rights.. education... infrastructure.
    He kept out terrorists.. vigilante groups and so on..it was his way or no way.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Missouri Guy View Post
    I watched the videos years ago..It's true he was very strict.
    He did do alot of good things..women's rights.. education... infrastructure.
    He kept out terrorists.. vigilante groups and so on..it was his way or no way.



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    Yes , Saddam was far from perfect, but he kept relative stability and balance in the Middle East, until Bush the idiot turned the region over to ISIS and anarchy.


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    Quote Originally Posted by newoldtech View Post
    Yes , Saddam was far from perfect, but he kept relative stability and balance in the Middle East, until Bush the idiot turned the region over to ISIS and anarchy.


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    Indeed.. without a firm leader in Islamic nations..groups form that become the law of the regions.. chopping heads in the name of Allah.



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