Ah. Living alone with multivitamins it is, then.
Could you speak a little louder? Hard to hear you down here when you're perched on your high horse like that.
That's why I only drink grain alcohol. Well, that and the communist plot that is fluoridation.
The other reason to put vitamin D in dairy is the effect of it on calcium in the body.
Given that he used metric for temperature, I'm guessing OP is a Canadian?
Are powder or primers prohibited in the UK?
What legitimate use do they have? None.
Creating your own ammo, for whatever reason.
I must ask: why curly braces instead of parentheses?
Your entire comment is a red herring if it's meant to address what I wrote. Nowhere have you (or the poster I was replying to) given a moral, ethical, or legal basis for why teachers' unions should be worried about anything other than teachers.
And people do have recourse against teachers and the systems in which they work. First is the ballot box to replace school boards. Second is the court system.
Female teachers? My other hypothesis (the first was posted up above, somewhere) is that female teachers are woefully underprepared to deal with male children in a learning environment.
Others have already addressed the questions you ask, but let me throw out a hypothesis I have: lack of fathers in the home. The 'good cop/bad cop' approach doesn't work if there's only one at home. And then there are the inconsistent and sometimes contradictory rules when bouncing between two homes. Competition by two people trying to be favored by the child results in a lack of discipline.
Haven't you noticed that some of the spaces in the second and third copy are replaced by U+2002 EN SPACE or U+205F MEDIUM MATHEMATICAL SPACE?
Try making a diff and decoding the changes in trinary, you will find a secret note only for you.
Mine just said "Be sure to drink your ovaltine."
What the fuck is a Maclaren?
Take a look at the subject line for your comment and the one you were replying to.
Is that the one that Gerard Depardieu is irate about? (Or is it the entirety of the French tax situation?)
Those black on yellow signs with numbers are recommended speeds for the curve, not limits per se. IIRC, the standards were developed in the 50's or thereabouts, which is why modern cars can almost always do double that speed. FWIW, the speeds suggested are just about right for tractor trailers (articulated lorry?) in my experience.
He's often "technically correct".
You are aware that that is the best kind of correct, right?