Because vocking it just once isn't enough.
The woman could have hired a "real taxi" instead of paying less money in exchange for the greater chance of being attacked.
He still lives in the glory of the Soviet State, apparently.
Retirees will expect more from the government because, you know, because they'
ve paid into the plan their whole working lives, with the promise they will see reasonable benefits at the end.
But fuck them for believing in a federal government and social fairness.
He's just a typical lefty liberal with not a thought about reality. If it sounds good on paper, or if it makes him feel good, or if someone says "No, this time it will work. Trust me!", then he supports it whether the program actually accomplishes whatever goal he had for it or not.
It's also obvious that he and the other supporters of that idiocy don't give a damn about actually helping the poor people. "Let them eat cake!" has turned into "Let them ride the bus!". That's their contempt for individual liberty writ large.
You need to stop sneaking into your grandmother's closet.
I just picked up Chapterhouse Dune to read. I read Heretics last year, and liked it. I read the first four as a teenager, but at the time couldn't find the last two.
I reread those first four over the last couple years, and Heretics finally. I enjoy all of them. God Emperor is obviously a breaking point in the story line, but it works.
I also have The Dune Encyclopedia. Two copies actually. It is a great book in itself to go along with Herbert's work.
I read up to book 4 or 5 as they came out. Then didn't have the time or patience to wait for the next. Recently I picked up book 3 at Goodwill just to read it and reminisce. It was still a fun read. But I don't plan to read the whole series until I have a lot of time on hand.
They will be filling the shelf at the local Goodwill for a number of years. Does that count?
Even if that were true, it doesn't remove the possibility to use another computer with the plot-following software Em mentioned. He could do the actual typing on an old Selectric, and still use help with consistency.
Are you saying that the Swedish people, as a prerequisite for having nation-wide broadband, pay for fiber optic cables to run to every farmstead in every country in Europe? Or at least every country in the European Union?
Well, I don't use google docs. But it would seem to be similar 'openess', as far as files from strangers online go.
If I did use google docs, I don't know that I would want to give access to it to every other stranger online either.
I had uploaded it to another file sharing site, that had it as a simple download, but that isn't active now, and I didn't have the time to do that again before posting. The site I listed still has the file active.
Do those Swedish people have to subsidize the people of the Hungarian countryside?
Your argument is also old and busted.
After repeatedly having the same reaction to these situations, I made a spreadsheet that compares the populations and sizes of US states and European countries. The first sheet is population, second is land area in square miles, and the third is population density per square mile. It also has columns on each page showing which countries are in the European Union, and which use the Euro as their currency.
Here is a link to it. They will send a link to your email address. Use it as you wish.
2- it is a citizen's civic duty to pay his taxes. you like roads? you like a military? you like civilization in general? guess what. your taxes or GTFO my streets.
So the famous 47% who don't pay taxes don't get to use your streets? You elitist snob.