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...they make those delightful coconut cookies. I think we can forgive them.
That Timecube site you created was near-perfect, man.
That MSU comparison was seriously flawed, as detailed at length on Doom9's forums.
The agnostic phone: you're never sure whether it is currently vibrating in your pocket.
Not as far fetched as some might think... http://www.usatoday.com/news/health/2007-06-12-cellphones_N.htm
And the monopoly the utilities have was in every case granted by the state. The free market doesn't enter into it. Arguably, some things are naturally best managed by monopolies. Online services, outside of maybe - and it's a stretch - the cables that carry them, are not best served by a monopoly. Every time someone argues that the free market is responsible for monopoly misbehavior, my blood pressure goes up ten points. Free markets imply competition, which is distinctly lacking in the telco context thanks to government intervention.
She seems to be suffering from early-onset JPEG overcompression.
7.5% tissue replaced with CAT6 cable
Those dumbbells are made of ugly.
No it doesn't. The parent committed the fallacy of the broken window in quite an egregious way.