I wouldn't really call this "natural selection." Social, cultural, political, and economic factors drive birth rates. It so happens that women in places with the highest birth rates tend to be shorter and heavier. It's not because they're more likely to be fertile and reproduce. It's just that they haven't figured out how not to get pregnant yet. (Or choose not to practice birth control despite it being available).
Maybe they're saying we should legalize it, because in most states possession of any amount of cocaine is a felony, and it appears that 90% of us who carry cash are guilty of it, even knowingly guilty of it, since we now know that there is a 90% chance that each bill in our wallet is tainted.
If you combined that with a divided attention test, it would be better at showing actual impairment.
Are you familiar with Dennis Kucinich?
For some reason, I figured Big Boy preferred submissions in milkshake and cheeseburger form.
Whatever it is, I have a feeling it's not this: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/FN_P90
Actually, attorneys are supposed to do what their clients want (for the "big picture" things), not what is necessarily in the clients "best interest." The only time we care about anyone's best interest is typically when children are involved, and they will typically get a special advocate appointed.
A real good attorney can convince their client that what the client thinks is the right thing to do is not, and in that way persuade them to do something that is in their best interest as opposed to what they really want to do, but at the end of the day, all of the big decisions are made by the client, and it's up to the attorney to make it happen. (Client decides the what, attorney decides the how).
If this guy's goal was to be a political statement, then maybe his attorney did the right thing. I would hope he tried to talk him out of it first and explain to him that working a reasonable settlement would be better for him in the long run financially, otherwise he did his client a disservice.
sell your debt to a junk debt buyer. This entity buys your debt for pennies on the dollar and then attempts to collect 200-400% of the original amount owed. They keep 100% of what they collect. The people from whom you actually borrowed the money don't see a dime.
You left out that the junk debt collectors will continue to call the phone number that you abandoned 5 years ago no matter how many times the new owner of that number explains to them they don't know who the hell Monica is. Or, when you finally get them to stop calling, they sell the account to someone else, and it starts all over again.
I don't recommend refusing. Your refusal to take the test can be used against you in court. (South Dakota v. Neville, if you don't believe me). Also, if it's not your first offense, many states have stiffer penalties for refusing.
Instead, if you know you're not under the influence, offer your blood if you don't trust the breath machine. Two advantages. A more accurate test, and, can be preserved for independent testing down the road.
Death penalty has been abolished for minors since 2005.
It actually doesn't stop anything. It's a non-binding resolution. It has as much weight as when the U.S. Congress passes a resolution declaring it Bob Smith Got a Hang Nail Today Day.
Trying to post anonymously on the Internet is like sending an anonymous letter with a return address label on it.
Cold Fusion is real
I believe the proper trademark is "ColdFusion," but we know what you mean.