That could be. Being long past draft age, I don't pay those aspects much attention. But the last time I heard of someone actually registering was when the draft was still active.
At present, Bing's map function is ***MUCH*** faster than Google's, tho it uses older and often-foggier sat imagery. Google search has become so largely-useless that anyone who can produce better results (and return to respecting "exact search" including punctuation) has an opportunity here.
I think we actually had fewer crap results back when they weren't trying to eliminate spam results at all. Now the crap is evidently custom-tailored to take advantage of Google.
Yellow pages was not only paid advertisements, but far too expensive for any but the most well-heeled of pranksters. That 2x2 ad in a major market cost around $1200/month, last I asked. A one-line bolded listing was $200/mo.
Of course there were free yellow-pages clone directories, but you get what you pay for in print, too. Mainly, it was a waste of air to get the listing, because apparently no one troubles to consult these third party directories in the first place.
"Selective Service had to know where to get young men should the draft ever get reinstated. And yes, female US citizens are not subject to this at all."
I don't know a single young man who has ever registered, let alone reported their current whereabouts. Presumably it's not strongly enforced (if at all) so long as there are plenty of volunteers.
As to part two of the quote, I'll believe the goal is equality (rather than just power) when the feminazis start agitating for gender equality in the draft (when and if it's ever reinstated).
No, no no. They got waxed.
How about instead of trying to spin it one way or the other, try publishing the facts. No real news entity should be spinning stories, but they obviously do in order to pull in a larger audience, or deliver their agenda (Fox, MSN).
I'm really tired of these crappy stories that I see on local news meant to scare folks, or pull at their heartstrings. They really misguide peoples perceptions of reality.
What people fail to look at during the campaigns is what circles does this guy run in?...who is he going to put in his Cabinet? It's not about electing the figurehead, it's all about who's going to be pushing the agendas.
FWIW, I agree with you on Carter, Bush, and Obama, all incompetent...I'll give Carter the title of nicest guy though.
You've either not seen the polls, or don't believe them, and are quite simply incorrect.
Sounds like you are misinformed and ignorant. And, FWIW, I'm and American, of German heritage.
Funny, I heard this bullshit when I was stationed there ('79-'81 Air Force), and from my landlord's son, to which I responded..."If we're occupying, why am I paying rent to your father?". It's not an occupation anymore when you can be asked/forced to leave, and that was the case even back then.
Actually, I started off generally believing in GW and AGW, but the evidence presented for AGW (not to mention GW) has itself changed my mind.
It doesn't help your case that the word "denier" is used exactly as is the word "heretic".
That was exactly my thought. If his work is used to influence public policy, then everything related to his work should be public, including any relevant emails.
"I don't claim Obama is not an American. I'm just saying that the White House, for reasons of its own, has put up a faked document."
That's pretty much my view. I don't know one way or the other what his legal status is, tho I know of no reason to disbelieve the Hawaii statement of information accuracy. What we do have is an image that was unquestionably altered (as anyone with experience editing compressed or layered images could instantly see), rather than a pristine copy. I lost interest after that and if anything else came to light, it's missed me.
And the one big reason it matters is because you can't prosecute a non-citizen for treason, in the event.
As to the rest of this thread, looks like you've encountered the slashdot equivalent of the UFF.
The trouble is, we may in the future discover that the sequenced DNA does not suffice. Or that there's an error. If we don't have reference material, we can't fix any such errors, or even discover them in the first place.
This is kinda like deciding a project is no longer needed, so instead of archiving it, you compile one last binary, then destroy all the source code.
I wonder if any of the milder diseases we see are actually attenuated or mutated smallpox, still in the wild.
Well, I've got my smallpox vax scar... nowadays that's how you ID an old fogie!