You're confusing Enlisted personnel for the entirety of the military. They hope for creatives to join the officer corps.
Yet not New Jerseyans. We were a colony too y'know!
The same could be said of the US and Russia not going against Hitler early. It can also be said that because the US didn't join the League of Nations it lacked the teeth to do anything against him. Seems silly to blame the UK and France alone.
Well, now Google can just point a link at the BBC's index of articles of with their links removed.
They want to stop another USS Cole incident, how about this radical idea. Put some frikkin armor on the ships. We went from 12in armor around the entire ship to 2.5in armor around vital spaces only. It's absurd. Our entire Navy is just one big expensive glass cannon (except without the cannon part, we got rid of those too).
First off, Speedy Gonzalez is LOVED in Mexico, he's a cultural icon there, not a stereotype (his slower cousin maybe not as well received). Also there was a recent show that featured all the characters and definitely as enjoyable or more enjoyable for adults.
It's so hard to believe they can make more off of infomercials. Cartoons had to have ten times their ratings easily. Even with parents usually just throwing ToonDisney/Nicktoons on and leaving it on all day nowadays.
Animaniacs should be considered E/I. To this day I can point out Lake Titicaca on a map if I have to.
$100 for two tickets? You must live in Oakland. Bit more expensive in NJ.
I voted third party, it clearly doesn't matter whether you vote R or D, they're still stripping our freedoms, increasing taxes and sending us off to war. At that point there's no harm in sending my vote to a third party.
Actually what he wrote was fine; he stated there wasn't seamless coverage across the entirety of North America, not just west of the Mississippi. Suggesting that areas east of the river were also problematic despite their general higher population density.
A lot of places have absurdly high car rental taxes. I had to rent a car at the dallas airport and there was close to 30% tax on it
http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki... Scroll down to see for yourself. Want to actually contribute to the discussion? While in the US it is still more common on fancier cars (land rovers at my work have it) I rented a VW Golf in the UK with it too.
A lot of newer vehicles come with a "feature" that shuts the vehicle off when it comes to a stop such as at a traflic light or heavy freeway traffic.