... for 4 billion years. Why switch now?
... if this means strangleweed fills the plant world's niche that, in our world, is filled by the NSA?
... this would appear to be a call for the ACM to adopt a more open model. And how could that be bad? [Respond on the form provided on the next page.]
Which is precisely why I advocate the use of shock collars. The rest of this stuff is just sissy nonsense.
... in the art of modern parenting. Finally, the American standard of social discourse, "I'm right because I'm yelling louder", can be brought to the homey confines of the minivan and ingrained on the little darlings early on.
... it's in a related vein: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g-27BcV6NUE&feature=kp
... to flip the result entirely: padded recliner.
... but is he your friend?
... the "Zoolander" gambit?
Rambo Tribble (1273454) writes "At the same time that bee populations are crashing, researchers have found that another pollinator group, moths, is being adversely affected by chemicals in the air. The moths' ability to discern the floral species they need to target is diminished by other scents from a variety of human-imposed sources. These range from non-native plants to vehicle exhaust. As one researcher succinctly puts it, "The total combination of dynamic odors, including floral signature odors as well as anthropogenic pollutants, can affect the success of olfactory-based resource finding." Link to Science abstract."
If you're a man, just claim you have one "disabled" chromosome. You're golden.
... to raise a glass in honor of the departed?
This would seem a problem with universal implications, and one that largely depends on local access by the malefactor.
Rambo Tribble (1273454) writes "In their ongoing effort to capitalize on local business, Amazon has unveiled a “VERY gradual expansion unless things go gangbusters,” of their Amazon Local services, namely takeout food ordering in Seattle. Rivalling smaller, more focused firms in the space, it appears the online giant is trying to wrap recommendations, ordering, and payments in a convenient Amazon bundle. And to think, "word of mouth" used to involve actual mouths."