... how the shareholders react, and whether any C-level heads roll over this apparent institutional overreach.
Oh, and at the same time they can work on modifying Shatner's brain to be capable of rational thought.
... and genetically modify Californians' kidneys so that they can consume seawater.
Beer takes about a third as much water to make as milk and about half that of wine.
While there may well be merit to the criticisms of Oz, it should be noted that the doctors behind this initiative are not without their own conflicts of interest: http://america.aljazeera.com/blogs/scrutineer/2015/4/17/doctors-behind-anti-oz-letter-have-own-conflicts-of-interest.html
The downdraft of any reasonably large helicopter would have forced him down in short order.
Let the Farce be with you.
Ah, yes, the Middle East and Africa; no polarization there.
Look to the Reagan administration's "Star Wars" project. In fact, that was just the tip of the iceberg of funds misspent by that regime. After concocting outlandish scenarios of a Soviet arms buildup, admin wonks tasked the CIA with finding proof of such. The CIA came back with the observation that there was no such evidence. The administration successfully spun this as "proof" the Soviets were up to much worse than even the wonks' wildest claims, and allocated tens of billions of dollars to wasteful, unnecessary defence spending. The fall of the Soviet Union, and the release of Soviet documents, revealed the arms buildup to be a Reagan administration fantasy.
... she is arguing against globalization, which is usually the darling of the 1-percent set. Curious, indeed.
... that polarized, no-compromise, take-no-prisoners politics will be the downfall of Western Civilization?
... and let the black market begin.
Rambo Tribble writes: Russian hacker, Kamil Hismatullin, has demonstrated a hack which allowed him to delete any videos on the site, in short order. The hack reportedly exploited a weakness that allowed a spurious authentication token when placing a takedown request. Mr. Hismatullin reported the hack to Google, which fixed the bug within hours and gave Hismatullin a $5,000 reward. Before reporting the flaw, Kamil says "... [for a] couple of hours I've fought the urge to clean up Bieber's channel." Ah, what might have been. The BBC has good coverage.
... the physiological consequences of having a stride that is stronger than you are, particularly after the devices come off. Might be a good time to get that degree in podiatry.
Or the usual smoke and mirrors? Look at some of their current "open source" licenses and terms, then you be the judge.