No, the web site needs a developer with a bigger brain. Screens come in all sizes and aspect ratios, and any developer who doesn't realize that is an idiot.
2. Abodah Zara 26b is taken seriously out of context. What the original says is "but minim [idolatrous priests, whether Jewish or gentile], informers, and apostates [specifically Jewish] may be cast in [a pit], and need not be brought up." This says nothing about killing, and much less about killing gentiles. If it says anything about killing, Jews are included. The discussion, however, is whether a gentile may circumcise a Jew. The argument about who may be thrown into a put, pulled out but not thrown in, etc., concludes by saying that the pit should be covered so that nobody goes in.
I'm glad you cleared that up. But is the pit covered before or after the minim is thrown in? And are we talking a deep pit or a little indentation in the ground? You would think a book of law would be more specific on these matters.
A real man uses Chinese hook swords against zombies.
I say, throw a knife into a group of waiting passengers and let the first one to emerge alive board first.
In other words, let the invisible hand of the free market decide.
Can you call them "bugs" when they were specific design specifications?
The F-35 is a $300billion dollar abomination. Earlier today, there was a story about a $300million dollar IT mess in federal government and there were howls of outrage.
This useless plane is 1000 times more expensive and unlike the IT mess, the plane's "bugs" are there by design.
What exactly is "free for the taking"? Water? How much may I have? All of it? Half? Or only as much as I need? Do I get more if I want to take a bath, or bathe my dog, or add chemicals and pump it into the earth at high pressure to extract oil?
There's a problem with seeing anything as "free for the taking". There's always a cost. Always a value. To me, to you, to everyone.
Best to ask your neighbors, "Hey, there's water running under my land, you wanna see if we can put in a well and use it? If we pitch in, we can all use the water. That's more useful than putting up a fence, sucking up all the water and then selling it for $1/gallon. Because eventually, your neighbors will cut your throat unless you can hire some of them to protect you from the others, and that will eat into your profits.
Ain't nothing free for the taking. Think of it as free for the sharing. Even, to some extent, yourself. Do you really "own" yourself?
Former CIA spy and writer Robert David Steele talks about a very interesting concept: "true cost accounting". It means that you have to figure in externalities when you derive price. When you go down that road, capitalism starts to look very different. It's like seeing it for the first time. I recommend his books, especially "Open Source Everything". Not so much because I agree with everything he says, but because he forces you to see things differently.
I got your weasel meat right here.
An alarm woke me up at quarter to seven and for once I didn't mind a bit, and in fact I was glad it woke me up. I was in the middle of a really weird dream. A herd of cows was stampeding towards me, only they were running on their hind legs and somehow carrying big butcher knives in their front hooves, all singing a Chartov song while coming at me. Too many westerns, I guess.
It was engine seventeen, somethin
There are two inches of white space on the left an text off the screen to the right. Whoever programmed that Scribd site was incompetent as hell.
Also Israel. Another successful socialist state in the European/American/Canadian/Australian model.
Or how the citizens of Finland, Denmark, Norway and Sweden actually do pay their taxes without demur.
Don't just rely on the anecdotes that confirm your preconceptions.
As I was going through Google News this morning I ran across an item about actor Morgan Freeman talking to a couple of astronauts on the ISS at a round table discussion at JPL before an audience of what looked like two or three hundred people, all of whom were JPL employees.
He was there with the producer of his show on the Science Channel Through the Wormhole and with its writer, a physicist.
When it comes to blittin'
Do I have to go to the Urban Dictionary to find out what "blittin'" means? My guess is it's something dirty.
Except the ANC "won", and they were still labeled as terrorists afterwards.
You may have noticed how with the death of Nelson Mandela, the only mention of "terrorist" came in the form, "I can't believe that monster Margaret Thatcher called Mandela a terrorist way back in the bad old days".
Today, "terrorist" is what you call the other guy. It has no meaning any more.