Yes, he discovered something the Japanese invented/built over 70 years ago!
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we're moving soon, and this is the major reason
I dunno, do you think moving is something you wake up Saturday morning and decide to do, and then you're all settled in your new home in time for dinner?
It's almost like America is a country where violence is PG-13, but nudity is NC-17.
Seriously though, the main problem in America seems to be a culture of glorifying violent actions in one way or another. From the classic examples of how geeks and nerds get treated in school by the 'cool' jocks to the frothing "MY GUN OR MY LIFE!" mentality some people exhibit I can only sit here and quietly shake my head at the world-leading super-power who wants to tell everyone else how to do things.
To be quite honest, I'm not sure who's more scary. The extremists east of me
They see me rollin'
That's just how I roll.
He sends armed police officers to attack the homes of (likely) innocent people, in the hopes that SOMEONE is going to get shot in the confusion.
That's not exactly non-violent.
Effectively sterile, until it turns out that some wild females have a different rare genetic mutation which when coupled with this one creates something entirely unexpected.
Being able to reproduce is being able to reproduce. You don't say that a couple who have a stillborn baby are sterile, do you?
If visual clues are so important, why aren't cars mandated to all be in the most visible colors possible, rather than lots of silver or black cars that vanish against the background?
If engine noise gets mandated, so help me I will lobby to have it mandated that ALL cars be neon orange with large green dots.
Suspicion of mass bullying:
1) Ask bullied kid to log into Facebook and show THEIR logs.
2) Ask other bullied kids if you know of any.
3) If bullying actually took place, and it is illegal, file a subpoena for the full logs.
No need to reveal passwords on suspicion.
The trick to the Betteridge law is that when a journalist writes a headline as a question, the question is suggesting what most people find improbable; and the improbable rarely happens.
Isn't it normal for Slashdot users to keep their D outside the box?
It's short for "If you see it (notice) send a letter (notice)".
It's a good thing Americans revolted over that whole taxation without representation thing and completely removed it from their country for all time, never to be reinstated.
At least get your fix right.