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We have the ability to compare this fish to actual fossils from the time, your incredulity notwithstanding. What boggles my mind is why ancient life has so many more gene pairs than current life. It's like we are being sculpted from some master block of genes.
This guy will be the death of slashdot. He is seriously about to remove your icon from my favorites folder.
Like your pet cause of stopping people from talking about completely unrelated topics?
Thats how Bill S Preston, esq was able to hide his fathers keys in that bush in front of the police station
I thought I was the only one.
So that's fine, use it. And keep complaining about said benefits existence, it's a valid argument. But by taking those benefits, you can no longer argue that those who do take advantage of said benefits are a drain on our society without being a drain yourself.
No doubt, when did "studies show" replace chinese proverbs...
No they are not allowed to tell the jury about jury nullification. technically no one is allowed to tell the jury about jury nullification, and doing do would be precedent for a mistrial.
Well if I get that far, I'll just transfer the funds myself to save you the trouble.
Please post a blog of these party games.
Thanks for that, I knew I read this article before.
I've seen glass with a frost layer sandwiched in the middle that was electronically unfrosted.
You bring up an interesting point. If the data itself has so little value as to be considered worthy of being destroyed, then how could it have enough value to prosecute over?