Or Little Creatures. Mmmmm.
Oracle employs autistics exclusively.
It's a step in the WRONG direction. Why should a kid be forced to learn an Asian language? Suppose s/he has Italian or other antecendents, and wants to be able to speak to Nonna? Or a a passionate interest in the classics, and wants to learn Latin or Greek.
It's a big mistake to build in more mandatory components to our education system. We should be making it more flexible, not less.
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I wonder how many of the people who argue against surveillance cameras would be so principled if they were ever to be the victims of violent crime. It's my bet that they'd be the first ones screaming for the footage.
Go ahead and take my picture. I doubt it's worth looking at and there is, in any case, too much video for anybody to bother studying more than a tiny part of it. There really is no use for it other than catching criminals.
It's not that I trust our government, but I do know that they're not a totalitarian regime. And if they were, there's bugger-all we could do about surveillance anyway. As long as the cameras contribute to the crime clearance rates, I'm fine with it.
So, bad drivers, the ones who get in accidents don't just use cell phones, they drive more wreckfully while using them.
FTFY. Unless you meant recklessly that is.
Also, as head of the AMA, he opposed death with dignity laws. And as a doctor, he once denied his sick brother the same. The man's a dick.
I would propose that the next time a "Justice" declares himself to be "calling balls and strikes", that we rename his title to "Umpire", as "justice" is orthogonal to his self-defined description.
And set his pay scale accordingly.
I'm still mourning for RareWare. N64 on standby,
Better yet, a lightsabre. Then you just listen for the pitch and volume of the hum.
Freeloading? If that was his only intention, he wouldn't have troubled to set up the evil twin. This guy is serious trouble, and you don't want him on your LAN.
Hell yes. Not just a robocaller, but a karaoke robocaller. What's the new gig? Nigerian spammer?
You might think so, but by the measures used in Australia, they get away with commercials that seem way too loud to the listener, and then they're all "Oh, it only *sounds* louder, but it's perfectly OK". And the stations get away with it. Because they set the rules.
I just hope your law doesn't permit that.
Try and beat my high score of $1,100 in a day.