As the exorcist said, "possession is 9/10 of the law."
Look, it's simple: if the USDA didn't inspect meat-packing plants, the free market would step in and offer that service. Therefore, the USDA is not a government agency. And Ron Paul should get meat for free.
wake me when the feds file suit
What, you mean the same feds who granted these patents in the first place?
But that's OK, you just go back to sleep. You're too tired to use the shift key, you obviously need the rest. I'll wake you up after I've drank all your beer and emptied your wallet.
Avast, lubber! How dare ye question me alternative lifestyle??
And shape of a mashed potato.
Or the ninth graders just forgot to water one side of the tray.
There's no such thing as innate value. Value is context-dependent. All money is funny money. It's just a question of what brand of humor you prefer.
The US Dollar is like Jay Leno. Dull and unimaginative, but shows up for work on time every night.
Bitcoin is like Richard Pryor. Offensive, unstable, unpredictable, implicated in tax-evasion, and prone to setting itself on fire.
I'd like to find out how the House of Representatives manages to pick creationists and climate change deniers for the Science and Technology committee.
Oh, it's easy. They've got dozens of them.
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Some web programming frameworks already work like that.
Nobody is against genetic selection, neither in Europe not anywhere else.
Except in Kansas.
Java was already open source when Oracle bought Sun. And since then, Oracle has been trying to close it back again with bullshit patent claims.
people tend to choose the same one or two items whenever they call a particular restaurant for delivery or take-out. And restaurants tend to have a few popular items that they make particularly well. Why not match up supply and demand with a smart button that makes ordering super-simple?
For people who think that ordering food delivery is just too much work.
It mentions a beer refrigerator size unit. I would imagine that would be smaller than a normal refrigerator.
Depends on how much beer you have.
Of course it's not about science. It's about ten thousand US dollars. If somebody manages to take the $ from this asshole, then he's got my respect.
why not just add a parenthesis with something like "I suggest Sauvignon Blanc, Syrah, or Pinot Noir. A $6-$7 wine will be fine for this recipe"?
Because it's bullshit. If a recipe calls for "red wine", you can just grab a bottle at random and you'll be OK. Hell, I know a chef who uses Night Train as his default cooking wine, and the results are pretty tasty.