Why shouldn't we subsidize internet service, at least for people that otherwise couldn't afford it?
I want a Rat Thing
The squad cars at the police department for which I work all have solid metal DVRs. You need a key to access SD cards. The same concept should be able to work for wearable cameras, just use lightweight metals or durable plastics or whatever. Make them tamper-proof.
Pick up an Eames lounge chair and ottoman. Yes it's expensive. Yes it's worth it. You'll thank me later.
They'll still fall out of my ear and sound like shit when they don't.
You might want to go back to like 3rd grade civics where you learn about the separate branches of government.
Precisely. A prostitute is able to donate while a monogamous gay man is not.
(I don't mean any offense to sex workers by that; prostitution should be 100% legal)
Anywhere from 1% to 10% of the population. But yes, you're absolutely correct. My reply wasn't meant to detract from the original post at all; I'm ALL for artificial blood! Of course I'm gaymarried to a biomedical engineer so there's that.
1. Heterosexuals have more anal sex than homosexuals just by sheer volume (probably not by proportion though.
2. African Americans are at higher risk for HIV than whites are. Should we just ban blacks from donating blood because they are at a higher risk of contracting and transmitting HIV?
I'm sorry but "these people have higher risk factors" is not acceptable when you can just screen the damned blood.
You know what else would help the shortage? Let gay men donate.
Serious question. Seemingly none of the big players in the whatever-this-service-is-called industry seem to want anything to do with porn. I would LOVE to use a reputable mainstream payment services provider to buy porn but they're all so sexually repressed that they just shut down any accounts dealing with anything sexual.
Seriously, since when is somewhere in the filthy, dirty South a bastion of progress when it comes to broadband?
but an autodrive system with no manual override must be 100% fail-safe.
Why? If human drivers are (for example) 80% fail-safe, why is 85% fail-safe not good enough for the first driverless cars? It's still a real improvement that will still save real lives.
It's Lufthansa policy to land manually whenever possible, as to not lose manual flying proficiency.
Nice! Respect gained for Lufthansa.
No they aren't. "Your" is pronounced "yo-er". "You're" is pronounced "yoo-er".