Maybe there's room in the manger =p
Or y'know, high density gardens
Then they deserve the same wage as the stoner kid.
It's not stupid they have them there, but it is usually exploitative. http://fortune.com/2014/02/12/...
I bet there's a stronger correlation between family affluence and career success.
It's the job of NSA/CIA etc to be trying to do all this shit as much as possible and with as high a quality as possible. It's not their job to pay attention to the constitution or any of that. The failure is in the whole "checks and balances" aspect of our system not checking or balancing.
Do you also have the equivalent of a state tax on gasoline?
I don't understand where the costs would be to redirect it to another comet. The time to figure out the math?
More popular stations help subsidize the cost of less popular more niche stations. Also, a la carte wouldn't help your bill; the pricing for a la carte would ensure that you are still paying as much or more than you are for bundled tv.
He is presumably thinking of the Little Ice Age.
Saying "I don't agree with us doing something" on a comment to a poll on a website isn't exactly a large waste of resources. I don't think the NSA should be spying on foreign countries either; but the minute it took me to type all this up wasn't a minute taken away from me curing cancer.
Considering the nature of the impact it is also possible that most of Theia is here on Earth under the Pacific or something while the moon is made up more of jettisoned Earth pieces. Or that the original Theia pieces make up the core/underground bits of the Moon with a tasty Earth frosting.
On the other hand, if they are not guilty at least their names won't be eternally linked to a major terrorism trial.
As opposed to private companies like Experian trading that info around?
Zelda and Pokemon probably both outsell 8 or 9 out of the top ten of the other consoles' exclusives.