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However the humans living around the spaceship were different to the humans who are living on earth now. They were so fat that they are can not walk. they travelled around in motorised chairs having a computer screen and cup & straw attached, chatting on phones and if they happened to drop out they simply laid there until a robot emerged and picked them up. The adults were fat, your children were fat! They just laid around all day long meals doing no exercise what so ever and to quote the captain, "Computer, define dancing". Between June 25 and 26, 1876, a combined force of Lakota and Northern Cheyenne led the United States 7th Cavalry in a battle close to the Little Bighorn River with what was then the eastern edge of the Montana Territory. The engagement is known by a few names: the Battle of Greasy Grass, the Battle of Little Big Horn, and Custer's Last Stand. Perhaps the most famous action in the Indian Wars, it was an extraordinary victory for Sitting Bull and his awesome forces. They defeated a column of seven-hundred men led by George Armstrong Custer; five with the Seventh's companies were annihilated and Custer himself was killed within the engagement as well as 2 of his brothers and a brother-in-law. Known as the battle that left no white survivors, Little Big Horn has inspired a lot more than 1,000 works of art, including over 40 films. Here are four with the best... As any first-year econ student will advise you, there are two disciplines in economics - microeconomics and macroeconomics. And they do not like each other. As the U.S. Congress prepares dropping the hammer for the financial services industry, let's consider the forces which might be butting heads and why it is just since they've chose to accomplish that. Microeconomics is the area that business students gravitate towards. Profit maximization will be the mantra, with marginal costs and fixed costs optimized to make businesses all the money as is possible. Microeconomics blogs about the world from the eyes of the CEO, who looks to accomplish what's best for his company - bring in more money and deliver value.