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We dont need a war in california. Yes I disagree with everything California stands for but that is no reason to go to war there.
Please, please, please someone with points mod this up.
Well, the thing about a black hole - it's main distinguishing feature - is it's black. And the thing about space, the color of space, your basic space color - is it's black. So how are you supposed to see them?
(If you don't get this reference you need to stop what you are doing and go watch Red Dwarf now).
Nonsense. I've successfully instructed Jebediah Kerman to do it in an EVA suit a bunch of times. How much harder can actual rocket science be?
Mods this up please. +1
$1 trillion / 14.4 million college student annually in the United States = An average loan of $69,444.44
Average earnings for graduates: (Source: wikipedia:)
$25,900 for high school graduates
$45,400 for college graduates
So a college education still pays for its self after 4 years. Investment in education has more long term benefit to the society than some short sighted investment in cars, appliances, homes...etc. Investment in education SHOULD be more important than buying a car or a deposit on a home.
All things considered $1 tril nation wide is not outrageous really. But it looks like a lot to most individuals. As the old saying goes, there are lies, damned lies and statistics. Article is just sensationalism.
...it was the blurst of times. STUPID MONKEY!
Tonight we get to hear from our security expert why the FBI website has gone down. More at six.
1. Buy innovative games developer.
2. Churn out cheap sequels as fast as you can.
3. Disassemble the acquired company when everyone realizes that the developer is no longer capable of making decent games.
RIP Bullfrog, Maxis and Westwood Studios.