It is up to the refs to measure the balls and fill them if they are low. If the refs failed to do their jobs maybe the league should be taking a closer look at them.
Yeah but it's really about all the words you don't repeat.
It is not likely to be cost effective to keep cities open. Clearing snow at a pace that lets you keep the roads open is very costly and hard on the environment. Keeping public transit running is similarly expensive. The cost is productivity for a day but given that these days many people get work done at home the impact of that is somewhat less than it was in the past. We always used to shut down for the worst storms, sometimes the call was made late and people would get stuck. Now the balance has shifted so it makes more economic sense to shut down services for a day to let the snow pass and clear everything out for the next day.
Where did we get the starting pressure from before game time. Were those numbers ever released? Because without knowing what the pressure was when they were first checked you can't possibly know how much the pressure changed making an analysis using PV=nRT basically meaningless.
I do not believe the NFL has released those numbers. Quite possibly because they don't have them because they balls were never actually measured by the refs at the start of the game (They often are not they are only checked visually and by hand).
We have over a foot on the ground already here and it is coming down quickly. We could easily hit 2 feet. I did see a few models that predicted 30-36" but most were saying 2 feet of snow and I think there is a good chance we get to that. Is it the worse blizzard I have ever seen? No. But it is more than enough to close schools, get people off the roads and clear the snow emergency lanes.
Japan really is kind of insanely safe. Assault in a city is often national news. To say it is safer than the U.S. is probably close to universally true, but not because the U.S. Is unsafe.
Rashomon is a really good movie, apropos nothing in particulal.
That's not how I remember it!
The kids have to learn about Tek War sooner or later
It all depends on what you mean by a small number. Even if it was only a fraction of a percentage of internet users that is still an unbelievable number of people and while they are making a concerted effort to ruin peoples lives there isn't really that much that decent people can do to stop them. I cannot somehow stop a sociopath from finding and publishing some poor persons social security number and I can't stop an asshole from posting a death threat and even a ton of people supporting someone does not make that death threat any less frightening.
It seems like a very difficult battle to win
You might think that, but my experience with outsourcing tells a very different tale.
BMW and Mercedes make cars that are in the same price range as the tesla but they also make a lot of cars that are a lot cheaper, and those are the cars they sell a lot of. They are much much larger companies and they ship a lot more cars than Tesla. It is true that it is hard to come up with a comparison to another car company in terms of market but in terms of volume and cost they do have more in common with Ferrari. The big difference is total cost of ownership. Ferrari are very expensive to repair and I would bet they break down more often than Teslas. They also burn gas like crazy while the tesla recharges from your relatively inexpensive wall power. Also they are far more practical cars for a daily driver in terms of design and cost per mile. These are all reasons that you might know more people with teslas than Ferraris. I can report a similar experience but I do see about as many Ferraris on the road as Teslas around Boston.
Still as a manufacturer they are probably more similar to Ferrari even though their target market and the use of the car is very different.
I agree with you, that model for citizenship makes a lot of sense, but it means that a person living abroad would end up being a citizen of an independent country and had no input into the creation of that country... also someone who is living there now but was born in Wales would not end up a citizen and does get a vote. Seems kind of odd, thats all. I don't have any skin in the game so I don't really care but it does surprise me that it might work out that way.
The reason to give the subsidy is to encourage people to engage in behavior that would not be economically beneficial to them otherwise. I probably wouldn't buy a tesla for 45K because that makes no sense for me. I won't pay that for a car and the savings on fuel will not get me even close to the point where it makes sense. With a 10K subsidy it would be a lot closer to making economic sense for me to buy this car. Sure it might end up a bit more expensive over the life or the car, or it might even end up being a good deal. I am far more likely to buy the car with a subsidy and if it is determined that we want to encourage people to buy electric cars the subsidy might be necessary to get that to happen.
It is similar with solar panels... where I live if I had to pay for them in their entirety it probably wouldn't pay off, or it might break even (not taking into account the time and energy I put into getting them installed... break even really isn't compelling) but if we want people to install them then we need to make sure it is worth their while and subsidies is how we make that happen.
if the referendum passes, what country will Sockatume be a citizen of? England or Scotland? What passport will he have?
What about the fellow you are renting to? I am quite curious what the impact would be on people who have moved between the two areas.
you really find low power bluetooth to be that bad of a drain on your phone? I use it for my helmet headset all the time while I am riding and it doesn't seem to cause too much of a problem. I doubt this would either.
I will give you that daily charging sounds like a pain though I almost worry about the watch being slightly better than that but not a lot. I can get into the habit of charging it nightly but remembering every couple of days would be a pain in the ass.
Mostly though the point of this design is to be discreet... the whole reason you want to get notifications on your wrist instead of with a loud ringtone or vibrating phone is to be discrete, to be able to check the time without making everyone around you aware of the fact that you are bored and are waiting to leave, or to check to see who is calling to decide if it is important enough to answer or to navigate through a city without staring at your phone half the time (particularly useful for runners or bikers).
I get that this might not be a critical issue for you but it is a real attempt to change the way people intreract with technology so that it is less obtrusive and that has value to some. Now that said it is crazy expensive and the next version will be thinner with better battery life and probably cost less so early adopters are going to get screwed on this, just like they did with google glass (which will also likely be way cheaper in its next revision) or with just about any other first generation product. I will likely wait before I invest in something like the apple watch but I think to dismiss it right now would be a mistake.