There's an app for that!
... fission frisson or just another energy sector meltdown?
Then again, it may simply reflect an act of defiance toward an assignment that was unwelcome.
Isn't that what they call "Sharia Law"?
I was afraid of that. So, how do you get pixie dust off your hands?
... but I strangled my neighbor's unicorn, last night.
Rambo Tribble (1273454) writes "In South Carolina a 16-year old boy, Alex Stone, was arrested and charged with creating a disturbance at his school, as well as suspended, for choosing to write: "I killed my neighbor's pet dinosaur. I bought the gun to take care of the business," in response to a class writing assignment. The story has attracted international attention."
... 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?