I'm assuming you don't drink milk either.
Being a Type 1 myself, these things interest me as well. The FDA has a nice write-up on it:
"The manufacturing of beef insulin for human use in the U.S. was discontinued in 1998. In 2006, the manufacturing of pork insulin (Iletin II) for human use was discontinued."
Please think of the bacteria!
I remember hearing that couples who lived together before they got married were more likely to get divorced. That never made sense to me, but new research suggest that it's actually not true:
FWIW, my wife and I have been married for ten years and we didn't live together before then.
Ditto here. I've raced both electric and nitro RC cars for about 27 years, and I choose electric hands-down.
That's not to say that each has pros and cons. Nitro cars tend to have impressive top speeds, and since they can make pit-stops to refuel, races can last as long as half an hour (I've seen some that last as much as an hour). Electrics have short range, and almost all races I've been in tend to last 5-10 minutes. I've never been in a race where pit-stops are made for battery changes, but I've seen them before and it gets pretty frantic with stops being made every 5-10 minutes. Batteries have come a long way though, with Li-Po having better range and power than the NiCad and Ni-mH we used to have back in the day.
On the other hand, nitro cars are a maintenance nightmare, and trying to start them up after the engine dies is pretty much a write-off in the middle of a race (which happens often after a rollover). The two-stroke engines have low torque, and gearing is problematic (some have automatic transmissions, like my Losi XXL-2). Electrics will jump all over a nitro car off the line every time, maintenance is pretty simple, and I don't have to "restart" the car after a rollover.
Not to mention they gave the same prize to Arafat, but not to Gandhi.
So if the father didn't want the baby, but the woman did, he shouldn't have to pay child support, right?
Good point, that didn't cross my mind
I propose a document that a person is required to have when traveling overseas that records what countries they have traveled to recently......It shouldn't be hard to make it a requirement when entering the borders of a neighboring country. We could call this document a "Passport".
$100k? Try $10k.
Is this what you're referring too?
In all fairness, these weren't Harley employees, but worked for a contracting firm that did IT for Harley (according to the link). Harley then decided to outsource their IT to Infosys (which I don't see as a smart move regardless).
It looks like this took place two years ago.....I don't remember seeing anything about it when it happened.
I've said it before and I'll say it again....Pics or it didn't happen.
It could be worse, you could have a dozen different McKesson applications that use different platforms (some
"but the high end is being too greedy"
So that confirms what everyone here has been saying all along.....that it's not because of a job shortage, it's because H1B's are being used to drive down wages.