Or even better, one from 2011 which can fly and roll on the ground http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pF0uLnMoQZA
Actually, it sounds like its more of a passenger door attack...
I thought it was because the ICE would melt on the hot tracks...
I see your anecdote and raise it this one: "Gun-toting soccer mom found shot dead" http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/33220258/
Wrong, there are restrictions on water for use as well. In certain areas, in times of drought, non-essential activities like washing your car or watering your lawn can be restricted.
I second this. If in-ear-monitors don't bother you, then the Etymotic ER4Ps are about the best headphones you can get. I've had my pair for going on 7 years and have had no problems what so ever.
I'd say there are lots of bear arms in Canada... at least one pair for every pair of bear legs.
I would argue GDP per capita isn't all its cracked up to be in terms of a societal indicator. Yes, the GDP per capita in the US is higher than in Germany, but I would argue that quality of life is much higher in Germany than in the US. Consumers in the US spend a huge amount of money on frivolous things, and waste quite a bit on things like overpaying for healthcare. This article from a few years back gives a good overview of why GDP per capita is quite flawed: http://www.nytimes.com/2010/05/16/magazine/16GDP-t.html?pagewanted=all
So if citizens are depicted in light colors, what colors are non-citizens depicted in?
And so do the wolves.
So which is your statement? 100% imagination or 100% inaccurate?
You'd be surprised, but there are some dwarves out there who have entire outfits made of spider silk.
Yes, the US influences the world, but not THAT much. There are many things that the US does that other places have no intention of implementing in the near future.
I find that many countries in Europe enjoy more freedom than the US. Just look at comparative prison populations between Europe and the US - do you really believe that people in the US are so much more criminal than Europe, or are the levels of oppression just higher?
That reminds me of this site: http://dozierinternetlaw.cybertriallawyer.com/
In their "Unauthorized Access" section, they say its unauthorized to view the HTML code on the site. Too funny!