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Senor Wences For Speaker of the House

Financial toll on Ukraine of downing drones 'vastly exceeds Russian costs'

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2022/oct/19/financial-toll-ukraine-downing-drones-vastly-exceeds-russia-costs

Russia is on the "winning side" of the "cost imposition curve,"

- since the Shahed-series drones appear to cost about $20,000 each, whereas air-to-air missiles or ground-based interceptors cost between $400,000 and $1.2 million each. The Shahed 129 is capable of combat and reconnaissance missions and has an endurance of 24 hours; it is similar in size, shape and role to the American MQ-1 Predator drone.

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Sriracha is a thick, tangy-sweet chili pepper sauce with a strong kick of garlic.....

"Though it is spicy, its flavor is much more layered and complex than common hot sauces like Tabasco, which taste of heat and vinegar. It’s also far thicker, with a consistency more similar to ketchup or tomato sauce than watery American-style hot sauces, which are typically made by puréeing peppers in vinegar, then straining out the solid materials.

The recipe for sriracha was developed more than 80 years ago in Si Racha, a city on Thailand’s east coast. The first commercial variety, Sriraja Panich, became one of the most popular condiments in Southeast Asia, but it was not easy to find in America and was very expensive to import.

In 1980, a Vietnamese immigrant named David Tran decided to start producing his own version of sriracha in America, opening Huy Fong Foods in Irwindale, California. To this day it remains the most popular brand of sriracha, and its packaging is nothing short of iconic: a clear plastic bottle that shows off the vividly red hot sauce, a green twist-to-open squirt cap and a white rooster logo printed on the front that gives Huy Fong Sriracha its nickname, “Rooster Sauce.”
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