Law always trumps private contracts. Private contracts are enforced by law and dependent upon it. If I signed a contract that would make me a slave you couldn't enforce it (not with the legal system at least).
Driving? Is that something like burning gasoline to physically relocate his body?
Oh the horror! Imagine skills that transfer across Linux distributions! I won't LIVE in such a world!
Ahh, I see - I read that wrong. I thought it was the difference of "before vs. after" for the low-carb group.
The abstract lists significant % changes for the low-carb group - but doesn't show the numbers for the low-fat group. If the change is significant but tiny then it may as well be insignificant.
Contrary to the typical libertarian viewpoint not all opinions matter or are worth considering.
My kingdom for mod points...
Okay grandpa. Just FYI don't be scared of all those loud things out on the roads. They're like buggies only without horses. No they're not run by magic.
init scripts are already a mess of incompatibility across Linux distros. So what if systemd is "yet one more" different? At least it brings proper process management.
This is data mining. If you compare enough things you'll find strange correlations. There is little plausible reason to believe there is an actual causal relationship here.
These are also "irrefutable correlations":
US spending on science, space, and technology correlates with Suicides by hanging, strangulation and suffocation:
Number people who drowned by falling into a swimming-pool correlates with Number of films Nicolas Cage appeared in
Per capita consumption of cheese (US) correlates with Number of people who died by becoming tangled in their bedsheets:
I didn't say we can't have "machines that fly." But that we won't have a machine that performs the functions of a "machine that can fly" and a "machine that drives on roads and fits in my parking space at work."
AKA a "flying car."
Perhaps more like "we'll never have flying cars."
Click the panel itself. Brings you here:
Very nice example of confirmation bias. You went looking for everything that supported your belief.
Now go look at the down-modded ones as well. As I said - anything not toeing the line is at 1 or 2.
"2 hidden comments"
> How about hiring qualified applicants?
>> "2 hidden comments"
Notice how you only see one side of the conversation?
Pick any random story about equality and it will be full of people accusing the women involved of attacking them personally and of being whiney bitches.
Clarify this for me: Are you saying:
1. Such posts exist, and some get upmodded.
- or -
2. The majority of such comments get upmodded and misogyny is the dominant sentiment in this community.
If you're saying 2, we should take action. But first, citation needed, because I think you are mistaken.
I await your action and apology. Very clear pattern of up-mods for misogynistic crap and down-mods for anything not toeing the line.