The main reason we need marriage to have legal standing is to simplify
I'm gonna let you think about that for a while.
Good point, but the lack of a marriage certificate doesn't simplify splitting up.
It would not. The compartment is not being used for drugs. That seems to be what everyone is glazing over.
TFA quoted, but did not link to, an article by WKYC which mentions that the police detected a strong odor of marijuana, which led them to the closer investigation revealing the secret compartment. Still, this seems like a case worthy of appeal. I am suspicious of laws based on intent, as intent is hard to prove.
If you have a problem navigating at a cycling pace, you have more serious issues.
It can be pretty serious, all right. My last crash happened when the pack came to a fork in the road and the guys in the front hadn't been paying attention to the route sheet. FWIW, though, in my cycling club, we print out an easily-readable list of turns and mileages, which riders clip to the handlebar or brake cable, and this has generally worked pretty well for the 30 years I've been riding with bike clubs. And when I'm mapping out a route for myself in unfamiliar territory, I write a similar route sheet.
One potential problem with the Hammerhead is that bicyclists sometimes ride in places where there is no cell phone service. I've tried using Google Maps on occasion (while stopped on the side of the road), and the map information simply isn't there. The Garmin solutions are far better than the phone.
The gift to my kid would be for me to get the test, never tell a soul about it, and make plans to deal with Alzheimer's if I'm going to get it.
Need I point out that most billionaires are democrats or independents?
Wait, I'm confused. I thought the billionaires were the job creators. Then why are the Republicans fighting so hard to keep them from paying higher taxes?
Search for Amazon: looks like it simply redisplays the Amazon mobile site in an app and adds a few features e.g. writing a review into the native interface. In the absence of an official Amazon app for the Blackberry, it may well be useful for the avid Amazon shopper.
Given the tortoise-like speed of BlackBerry's web browser, just about anything that could be done on the web is better done in a BlackBerry app. When Google made a search app that ran on my BlackBerry, I used it all the time. Then I lost my copy of that app in a wipe/reload, and the newer version of their app won't install on my device, so now I have to use the web browser. In the time it takes for the search page to load, I can generally get to a computer or Android tablet and enter my query there instead. (Admittedly, I'm using a 3-year-old device on Verizon 3G, but still....)
This is the D.C. government we're talking about. Procurement irregularities there have kept investigative reporters employed there for decades.