After the advent of customizable heroes in GW1, that's how I always played it.
When it gets to that point, it's no longer a fun pastime and there are a LOT of other things I can spend my money and time on. As a consumer, in the end the only way to win is not to play (or pay).
The Columbine shooters killed themselves. Are you suggesting in your last sentence that they were the "good guys"?
I've heard from one of the relatives of a nurse at the Goshen hospital who voluntarily quit (wasn't one of those fired). His primary reason for quitting was because the doctors aren't required to have the flu shot since they are private contractors and not hospital employees. Several of the doctors were declining to get the flu shot and he felt that the hospital shouldn't have the right to dictate terms to him that they wouldn't
/couldn't even enforce with the doctors that worked there.
One word: Titles. It's not about the character level in GW2, it's about getting all the titles. Of course once you've done that, then yeah, it's just like any other game you've ever completed. Everything comes to an end at some point.
What?!? You don't like halibut? I'll have the halibut, halibut, halibut, halibut, eggs and halibut!
It's funny that Schumer, who campaigned AGAINST closing tax loopholes for "investment managers" in 2007 now is snarking against this guy for a similar dodge. Guess he didn't send a big enough check to Schumer's office before announcing his plan.
The US is working on it. Actually they're working harder at it than the rest of the world at this time. http://bit.ly/JJYML Give them some more time and I'm pretty sure you've found their solution.
Please don't stop at "some laws". I can think of volumes of laws that should be repealed. The problem with a full time legislature is that they have nothing else to do but come up with laws. All State and Federal legislatures should be paid to only work one month out of the year and the rest of the time they can go back to their "real" jobs. During that one month they can "create" whatever laws are deemed necessary so that should incentivize them do work on the real problems and not all the BS they waste time on. Of course, talk is cheap here in fantasy land...
Cops can't get "Top Secret - Classified" stamped all over the wrong things they do which makes it easier to hold them accountable. The Feds on the other hand, just hide everything under the "threat to national security" blanket and good luck proving anything against them while it's still relevant there.
Not true at all. However I also realize that doctors aren't perfect and therefore take their advice with a small (very small) amount of skepticism. They're only human, they screw up on occasion too.
Of course we should always do what the doctor tells us, because we all know that Doctors NEVER make any kinds of mistakes whatsoever. They are perfect beings put here to keep us on the perfect path. Bah! As a side note, my family doctor once prescribed an anti-depressant for my spouse. She called BS on the diagnosis, did her own research online (which is not normally a good thing. I know, I know...) and took the results back to him. He actually agreed with her, changed her meds and all is well and we think better of him as a doctor not because he screwed up, but because he listened.
If only there was some group who represented the interests of the artists who could go after these thieves who are stealing money from the mouths of the artists! Some select group who represented all the artists who could enjoin a legal action that would get the money that artists deserve back from the people who are stealing it from them.
The FBI does NOT tell you to open the door. They politely knock once, then cut the door down with a chainsaw! This is usually followed with stunned expressions when they discover they'd entered the wrong apartment.
Kinda like this guy?