Powell deleted all of his emails from his time as Secretary of State. Those almost certainly include ones in the lead-up to the Iraq war. But he's getting a pass where Clinton is not.
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Animaniacs should be considered E/I. To this day I can point out Lake Titicaca on a map if I have to.
It's between Bolivia and Peru.
How many AIDS patients grow on trees?
And they play a mean banjo too. I saw "Deliverance".
That was Georgia.
Title says "Hallibuton" (no 'r'), article says "Halliburton" (correct spelling).
Is there a website that tracks google misbehaving?
I'm sure there is, but a Google search turned up nothing.
Hey, King Richard III, the DNA says the remains of this here parking lot are yours.
If history is any indication, we'll see a dupe of this tomorrow. Probably posted by CmdrTaco himself!
He refused a pat-down, so they turned him away. He was apparently screened again later for a different flight without incident.
You mean the iGeniuses.
I was there about 10 months ago for adoption and never used my phone once. For calling back to the U.S. we just used Skype (via VPN). We stayed in 3 cities (all major cities) and each hotel we stayed in had 'net access in the rooms, either included as part of our package or for a fairly cheap rate. All photos were taken with our digital camera and just uploaded to our laptop at the end of each day. I didn't have any need for GPS data with the photos since I knew the towns we were in and places we were visiting thanks to an itinerary. You might not have that luxury.
I did bring my AT&T iPhone with me but left it in airplane mode the entire time. I really only used it as a wake-up alarm. I think I locked it in the room safe whenever we went out. I left it in my carry-on when flying and never had any problems with security.
Incandescent bulbs aren't being banned. All light bulbs must meet the efficiency standard required by the law. If an incandescent can do that (and apparently some can), they can still be sold.
It's called the Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act of 1994, or DSHEA. You can search for that on Google or Wikipedia. It's harder to find info linking Hatch to the law, but if you search for DSHEA and Hatch together, you'll find it.
Heavy lobbying by Congress and the makers of these drugs caused Clinton to sign the bill into law.