Here's a prediction of a future world event. nico will go off to college with ambitions of an advanced degree in international relations, or maybe political science. After repeated attempts to prove unsupportable conclusions, nico's thesis advisor will be forced to dismiss him/her as a student. Sadly, the potential will have once again been wasted on straw men, red herrings, and dismissals of authority. Please Register or Log in to view the hidden image! Lighten up nico. Please Register or Log in to view the hidden image! Sometimes people just simply know more about something than you do. That's the way this whole game works. You seem to be under the impression that being wrong in your assertions is somehow akin to being stupid or inadequate. Nothing could be further from the truth. It's all part of a big process called education, and it never stops. That's the beauty of the whole idea. You can constantly re-evaluate your POV based on new data, personal experiences and studies of the past, and no one will think less of you for doing so. It's when you refuse to re-evaluate despite all of these factors that you get yourself in trouble. With regards to a CVBG, having discussed them at length with a friend that served on the Lincoln, and saw plenty of action in Gulf War I, nothing gets within 100 miles of the Carrier without the permission of the Navy. Read again. NOTHING. You might be right about one of those silkworms or sunburns slipping through the net, but it would be about as likely a golfer making a hole-in-one on a par three.