But there is no correlation between families with filthy carpets, and families that watch TV.
The java examples you showed had quake running at 1/8th the number of pixels as the C example from google.
What was the sum of money across all malpractice judgments last year? I couldn't find it via Google. I'd like to see how big of a percentage it is compared to the total money spent on healthcare.
>Printing ink is a carcinogen.
No it isn't.
Bringing the century into it is pure straw-man; how old is hydro?
The fact that there have been few murders lately means that the prohibition on murder isn't needed. People who don't want to be killed are doing just fine without laws against murder, as evidenced by the fact that they so rarely have to be enforced; we should get rid of them for good.
I don't like your two choices. Why not give everyone in America X dollars to appropriate as they see fit to their favorite fact observer(s).
Whoa, scary distopian world these cameras will cause! Let's outlaw laws too, since presumably someone could make a law that said you had to hire plumbers from the plumbers union! We should outlaw cops as well, since they might enforce a pro-plumber union stance even if it isn't encoded into law.
>two spaces after the end of a sentence seems to be too much to ask for
Kids don't use typewriters. That rule only applies to typewriters because they are monospaced. Modern typography using proportional fonts is designed for one space after a period. Are you an old grandma?
>The other way to put this is that the war lowered components of GDP aside from military purchases.
Why count the military purchases as worth 0? I see why *now*, when our military purchases primarily go towards blowing up brown people, but I don't see why at that point in time.
But it *did* work for us in the 40's.
On the order of a couple of pennies per display.
Future is bright: http://multiplayerblog.mtv.com/2008/09/29/harmonix-confirms-rb2-wii-dlc/