The bluster, mind, is not hollow. The S accelerates with bloodlust, coercing your torso into dialogue with every pore and crease of the leather seatback. If you weren so riveted by the simple act of holding third gear eardrums alive to the Coupe clawing ever higher in its register you might be moved to shout something vulgar..
The only exception to this is in sabre where the flexibility of the blade is taken into account.By your logic, if my opponent makes a simple attack and hits me, but on the way in there is some sort of blade contact (whether unintentional, or by his volition or my own), and I then thrust and hit him, it should be called a parry and repost in my favor. That is simply wrong. I may very well have attempted a parry, however if I did not remove or obstruct my opponents weapon from the line to the target, and I get hit as a result, then it was not a parry by definition.Now, is it entirely possible that I make a parry and they immediately bring their weapon back on line and hit me as I making my repost? Sure, however as I sure you know, the repost takes priority over the remise.What I suspect you are thinking of is when the defender finds the blade during a compound attack.
Your post above makes three points: US missiles in Poland, possible disclosure of trident serial numbers, and the national debt. I must admit I have no experience as a leader of the world’s only super power nor does my resume include any qualifications for the job. For this reason, I have to do a lot of research before I attempt to pass judgement on any President’s policies.
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