This is a reason/excuse for pay reduction.
"Those who can't teach, manage. Those who can't manage, administrate."
And these two jobs have sudden pay raises over those who "can do"
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its rare that a person feints while in a seated position, its far more common while standing.
Only because it's hard to advance or retreat from a seated position. I bet there's an example in a Three Musketeers movie though. Allez!
he pulled an app off a public website, got it running on my computer in minutes and before we were done with dinner he had my wifi password
Presumably something you had recently typed and was in memory, had stored in a file, or had typed while the program was running. Your friend showed you a magic trick. "Look over here at my right hand while it does something awesome. Now look in my left hand to see what my right hand did!" It was his left hand all along.
This month we found out they lock people up in secret detention facilities in Chicago, in America, without booking them, no Miranda rights, no access to a lawyer, such that no one but the police even knows where these people disappear to for days or weeks on end. This isn't Gitmo, this is happening in the USA.
You've been modded up to 3 at this point, but I really need a citation on this one. I'm lazy in my news gathering, and I've not heard of this at all.
Or, maybe, the child could have a conversation with her toy and use her imagination to have the toy reply. Why does everything need to be preset and electronically prepared for our kids so that they don't need to use their imaginations to play?
If children learned to use their imaginations, then they will be adults with imaginations and won't be as easily swayed to do our bidding.
How about you start making free music and show us how it's done.
People have been making free music since pre-history. It's the natural state of music. Non-free music only started with the invention of enclosed concert halls and later blossomed with audio recordings. But during the rise of non-free music, humanity has continued to hum, tap, sing, or play instruments on their own.
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