I've heard from gay guys that the really hot and muscular ones are as boring as hell in bed too. They are too enamoured with their own bits to bother about other people's
Except in this case, the sky is falling because of NASA...
So your argument is: you have a problem with people defying "nature" to reproduce. How is that a problem? How is that wrong? Car Analogy: People shouldn't use cars because it's defying "nature" to avoid using their legs. I can't imagine what the gene pool will be like after a few generations of this. Fat people who can't walk will take over the world! Well guess what, being able to walk a long distance on 2 legs is a non-issue when you have cars. It's irrelevant. And "nature" is not your mom. Or mine.
What? Playing god? That is not even an argument. Someone here has been immersed in religion so long he doesn't know what the outside world looks like.
Dude, 30 years is not freaking old.
Lacking exercise results in lacking muscles. People who lack exercise lack non-drinking of cola. News at 11!
God damn it people! Get your phrases right! ~brought to you by your local friendly grammar nazi~
[paranoia] Is this a ploy by wikileaks to seek attention to its cause? [/paranoia]
That assumes Amazon is solely after money, and not, you know, morals.
[quote]But I've seen a large jump in bandwidth usage with my new Roku box for watching NetFlix on my tv. That's a lot of streaming video. Are they keeping tech like this in mind? Doubt it.[/quote] They are precisely keeping tech like this in mind. Many ISPs also provide cable service. What happens to cable if internet streaming becomes too convenient?
According to modern standards. Set by governments and followed by sheep everywhere. Wake up and smell the coffee. Lives in the past was brutally short. Marrying at a young age was not in the least out of the ordinary. Look it up.
The singapore armed forces went for open source office software about a year ago but you donÃt hear that on slashdot
The games industry has no incentive at all to piss all over gamestop. They need each other, and gamestop's policies are in no way (atm) detrimental to the relationship.
That's a very valid point there. While I think that while wikileaks does do a good job on the whole, there are indeed areas where they've gone overboard on this whole "expose everything" business
NewYorkCountryLawyer writes "Leading copyright law scholar Prof. Pamela Samuelson, of the University of California law school, and research fellow Tara Wheatland, have published a 'working paper' which directly refutes the position taken by the US Department of Justice in RIAA cases on the constitutionality of the RIAA's statutory damages theories. The Department of Justice had argued in its briefs that the Court should follow a 1919 United States Supreme Court case which upheld the constitutionality of a statutory damages award that was 116 times the actual damages sustained, under a statute which gave consumers a right of action against railway companies. The Free Software Foundation filed an amicus curiae brief supporting the view that the more modern, State Farm/Gore test applied by the United States Supreme Court to punitive damages awards is applicable. The new paper is consistent with the FSF brief and contradicts the DOJ briefs, arguing that the Gore test should be applied. A full copy of the paper is available for viewing online (PDF)."