That's incredible! I have the same combination on my luggage!
I watched an episode of Northern Exposure from 1992 that mentioned Voyager I was on the very edge of leaving the solar system. Extrapolate from that, and it's been going on since the damn thing was launched, apparently.
Next step for an Edmontonian would generally be, "Is there a way I can program myself to only see white people?"
That would be the *media's* fault for cherry-picking the language and the studies. If you ever really drill down into a study, you'll find a metric shit-tonne of ambiguous language the media turns into certainties.
This needs to happen again, before it gets owned by some shady proprietor.
Speaking of which, where's Google Vote?
Canada's singularity will be when all of us are named Gord. I figure we're about five years away.
Wasn't redundant when I'd posted it.
Correlation, causation, etc... Could it be that whatever is causing higher levels of testosterone is also causing their bad-decision making? Lifestyle? Choice of career? Hot grad student applying the test?
Die in a fire.
Classy. So it would appear they're right, then.
Yes, they do. They've made an accusation of criminal misconduct, and as such, they've shown their hand and now have to prove it. If they try to fire him for another bullshit reason now, a lawyer, or indeed even a government labour board representative (not sure what the American equivalent is) will find serious wrongdoing here. At the very least, he should file a complaint for wrongful dismissal.
No, no, no, no, no, and... NO. Do not do this.
He doesn't need to prove it wasn't him. The employer needs to prove it was him.
It's not about snow, it's about context.
Here is a photo of my house in winter, covered in snow. Here is a photo of my house in summer, surrounded by green, leafy trees. From this, we can deduce that global warming has forever changed my local environment. The snow, which we know from the first photograph has always been here, is now gone forever, as proven by the second photograph.
Why is it that every time I read the words "Unanimous bi-partisan support", the result is always and without exception... Trouble?