One compromise that I like is slides for complicated figures (that would take forever for you to draw, poorly, on the board) and handouts of those slides so that the students don't have to try to recreate them (again, poorly).
Indeed. I would even go so far as to say that this is not a compromise, but the actual, honest-to-goodness, correct use of slides in a presentation, and has been since the dawn of the slide projector. Complicated figures, photographs (of, say, an archaeological excavation or Civil War soldier), or the hypotheses of a theorem that you are planning to prove on the board are reasonable things to put on a slide, and are things that should be put up on the screen for reference. Lacking a projector, handouts are a good alternative (and, perhaps, might be preferable, except for the time that it takes to pass them out and the fact that most of them will end up on the trash).
Since you are such a rational individual and by no way superstitious, you should have no fear to do the following: reply to this post by stating clearly that you hereby sell your soul to Satan for the price of a bag of Cheetos. If you have balls you will also include in this deal the souls of everyone in your family.
Sure, but first you have to let me take your photograph, to prove that you're not afraid that it's going to steal your soul.
"So very little music you hear out today can be considered "musical" at all."
bullshit. I could go on and on with current music that is, be any definition musical.
There where people in your day(mine to from the sound of it) That thought the previous generation was real music, and so on.
" And music splintered, and money took over"
says everyone who doesn't like a shift in music for all time.
"and while there have always been one hit wonders, that is now the norm."
No, it's always mostly been one hit wonders. The 60s, 70s, 90s where FULL of one hit wonders. Look at the charts at the time. You have forgotten the crap of you generation and only remember the greats. and since no one plays the one hit wonders(seldom, anyways) from that generation, kids will where the good music from the time.
Tell me, are you amazed the the pinnacle of music coincidentally coincides with the music you liked when you where in your teens?
Think about that a bit.
Your post was five words.
There friends have seen it coming for weeks.
Be careful of quickly passed bills. That almost always means no one read them.
n this case, the punishment is too much. 5 years in prison? how about lust a large fine and not spend money housing them?
Now tell us how it's women's fault they get raped for dressing 'sexy'.
A bill has been sent to the governors office and he is expected to sigh.
It's Pub sponsored, so, you know, excessive prison time, but there you go.
Maybe, but should Apple say "In accordance to the blah law, you must get a judge to order us to do this."
That would seem like the rational and less expensive, and better PR approach.
Apple an reset the password is nothing else.
But that's not the issue.Apple isn't saying they can't, they are saying they don't want to.
"But also if there is a simple and convenient way for the legal owner to ask Apple to unlock a device"
So having a will, a death certificate, a solicitor, and willing to personally meet with Apple is now simple and convenient?
Animal on the outside infected the birds at the research facility, according to the article.
Soros does it out of necessity to try and stop the Koch brothers from destroying the country.
Soros want's the amount of control that comes from donating money removed. However how do you do that in the current system? If you don't play while your trying to fix it, you lose.
You should probably look at what they do and their reasons.
Because if he dies and didn't leave an error, that mean those bitcoins are off the market making the other bitcoins worth more.