I've been so close to carriers (undetected) that it once took five shots with a periscope-mounted camera to get a picture of the whole thing. That's five sets of crosshairs folks, and they never knew we were there.
The United States has won pretty much all of its wars due to the combination manufacturing ability on the homefront and the individual craftiness of its military personnel in the field.
We're quickly becoming a nation of fat, stupid gamers who do not know how to make anything.
I deleted my own account with them several years ago due to my disgust with this behavior.
It's in my best interest that a potential employer has a good feel for who I am and what makes me tick and vice-versa. I need to not only perform my job duties but to personally get along with and befriend the people I'll be spending a large portion of time with. For instance, I'd want to know if my potential boss is a militant feminist
Also, I welcome questions about my military service. If a potential employer has a problem with it, I'm going to have a problem with them and we would both be miserable.
There is no Vista County.
When they start groping me, I'm going to moan like I'm REALLY enjoying it. When whoever is doing the groping is done, I'm going to ask the person if I can see them again and tell them how cute they are.
Sexual harassment goes both ways.
"She rang the maternity suite at Worcestershire Royal Hospital in Worcester but was told it was nothing to worry about and to go back to sleep...
Socialized medicine at its finest.
Bury brigades have been killing right-leaning stories while promoting left-leaning stories for years now. They have been doing so with the blessing of the site owners. The owners of Digg routinely ban accounts for posting comments that go against left-leaning stories so I don't feel the least bit sorry for them.
How hypocritical to complain that right-leaning bury brigades are now causing a problem. Sadly enough it's the only way to force some kind of political balance.