This is achieved via a highly customisable Hy-menu
"Hy-menu"? Somebody's been cherry-picking the dictionary here...
And how many Muslims do you know? Most Muslims also know when NOT to use religion.
The statistics from Britain, where something like 30% Muslims want the UK to become a SA-like theocracy, speak a little different. Or are you suggesting that the majority of Muslims in other countries is less extreme than those living in the relatively liberal UK?
Surely you're not so naive as to believe them when they say they'll use TOU billing to charge you less during off peak hours rather than charging existing rates during off peak and raising rates for all other times?
That's exactly what I expect them to do as the prices of fossil fuels continue to rise.
Troll much? Most programming languages are general purpose and once you know a half dozen, adding another is rarely that useful.
Let me quote Peter Norvig:
There is a myth that Lisp (and Prolog) are "special-purpose" languages, while languages like Pascal and C are "general purpose." Actually, just the reverse is true. Pascal and C are special-purpose languages for manipulating the registers and memory of a von Neumann-style computer. The majority of their syntax is devoted to arithmetic and Boolean expressions, and while they provide some facilities for forming data structures, they have poor mechanisms for procedural abstraction or control abstraction. In addition, they are designed for the state-oriented style of programming: computing a result by changing the value of variables through assignment statements.
Lisp, on the other hand, has no special syntax for arithmetic. Addition and multiplication are no more or less basic than list operations like appending, or string operations like converting to upper case. But Lisp provides all you will need for programming in general: defining data structures, functions, and the means for combining them.
There are actually very few languages that are general-purpose, once you start thinking about it. Have you seen an artificial intelligence system written in COBOL, or a hardware component designed/described in C++, or a numerical crunching program written in Perl? Very few languages have the capability to span the entire gamut of potential applications without jumping through hoops.
If you're not a hobbyist, why do you need a *BSD-powered toaster?
Perhaps not a toaster, but smart washing machines and dishwashers would be spiffy. An AC and heating as well. How else are you going to take advantage of the spikes in renewable electricity production?
until then, they can be lovers/friends/partners, but not married - that is reserved by definition for couples that can, under normal circumstances, conceive children for the survival of the human race.
So, sterile pairs should be prohibited from getting married? Makes sense.
All religions have this built into their mantra some place or another.
I'm pretty sure that there are many religions that don't give a fuck about marriage.
Now, as to satanists gettting to put up a monument. as soon as they can get a 3/4ths majority vote to allow it, be my guest.
I'm pretty sure that voting of this kind would be unconstitutional.