Now that that is solidified, it means new computer games, so DDO players can expect the servers to be forcibly closed the way Star Wars Galaxies was in preparation for The Online Republic.
It is reality that demands you put food in your mouth that is the problem, not businessmen who offer a way for you to do that easily.
And the final punch line is to set the modern thermostat even lower because everybody, men and women alike, is a fatass.
It's on par with the bloat of the average MS app rerelease, taking advantage of faster processors to hide much of it.
And there's plenty of room in Unicode. They can fit these in, between the Madonna boobs and Mile on a wrecking ball.
"I will make you catfishers of men." -- Jesus, when appearing in the New World in the Book of Mormon
Dictionary people used to just categorize definitions for eternity. They recognized the slow change, but now it seems they've gone overboard in the other direction, being too quick to recognize new words that may be faddish and need the lens of time to know if they're gonna stick around.
A hell of a lot more than 8k!
Man, I wonder what kind of porn that will be...[looks up to the stars wistfully, eyes like glazed saucers, the wonder of the infinite]
"Haha, four billion computers...four billion networked computers! That's almost as many people as on the planet! Each computer will have more than 640k, too! HAHAHAHAHA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1!111!!"
Bits of the pathogens are then transferred to the queen's "fat body,"
"the discovery could extend to other species throughout the animal kingdom," because all egg-laying animals have the same protein.
And humans, because humans have so many fat bodies!
Nobody in a free society should be a fan of unelected people taking vast new control over a huge new domain that did not exist when Congress created this law some time around the Flintstones era.
Congress should do its job and decide what, if anything, such should be like, rather than unelected bureaucrats stretching the law to fit...and give themselves power.
It is precisely because politicians can hide and play a game of "I had nothing to do with this", if things go wrong, that that state should be denied to them.
You get the 12 mile military and 200 mile fishing limits for your land per international law. However, this must be land above the water. You cannot find land under the surface, dump tons of dirt on it, and claim those rights, per same law.
This doesn't mean you can't create the islands, but you can't do the 12 mile/200 mile thing. China thinks it can.
Money, being literally coins of precious metal, had intrinsic worth. Said government or bank could go to hell or lose a war, and you still have the value.
In that way, it started as merely another form of trade, a convenience to hold value from one sale until you found what you wanted to buy.
If the US went belly up, you have numbers on paper. When Kuwait was invaded, they were on a gold standard, but good luck going down to the Kuwaiti government requesting gold for paper, with a Saddam guy there.
From a US perspective, perhaps. But truth is not a defense in Europe, even for public figures (who thus use censorship to protect their power by preventing criticism.)
The legal power to silence criticism is at the core of the absolutist nature of the First Amendment. Government doesn't get to decide what kinds of criticism are permitted, by them, the people in power with police behind them.
Well that's why you have to stop Europe from demanding worldwide compliance, so dictatorships can't use it as precedence.
It's the wrong kind of precidence, showing governments with the power to censor.