Of course there have been and will be attacks on this book done out of sheer 'political correctness' by those whose prejudices it rankles---but there have been similarly headless defences of it by those whose biases it pleasantly tickles. Some of these population geneticists might some be writing in fear of having their funding cut, but the better-known and -trusted the scientist, the lower the chance of it. some of them might in fact be depending on biassed [sic] summaries of the book, as Wade claims, but he uses this and the charge of political motivation as a way of dodging the actual issues raised. (In addition, a researcher might only read the sections of the book in which their [sic] work were cited and then weigh in fairly on the particular issues so involved.)
- the chicken couldn't be kosher or halal, and
- the meat would be infused with h3rb4l v1agr4.
I would point out as well that regardless of how good home printers get, commercial centres such as supermarkets will always be able to afford better, or at least more full-featured, ones---it's quite possible that few households will need the ability to print high-quality aluminium things (e.g., jaw-bones or derailleurs) on a regular basis.
My local photo shop still does better than any colour printer we could well afford can do. (It looks like a photo shop---I can tell by some of the sales-people and customers, and having see quite a few shops in my time.)
> If it really bothers you that much to pay that small social security amount each
> month, then stop whining and get a raise. That's the entrepreneurial spirit, or whatever.
Brilliant...except that you forget that the sort of man who tells the poor to have more entrepreneurial spirit is a member of the Elect, and as such must already have it in spades---if he's not wealthy already, it's because the communists above him at work and in the Evil Gummint have it in for decent people like him. (Decent people, not like the folks to whom he gives advice.)
(Masculine pronouns used above because 0.) I like women a lot, generally, and 1.) it usually [though not always] is a man bloviating so [a reason to like women a lot].)