If she didn't do it, she was framed, not caught.
I really don't care either way, I was just throwing the quote out there.
However, I have to say that I have never had much of an issue reading a book without chapters. It's usually clear when there's a change of pace in the story. At most, you might have to scan the next line or so to confirm. If you have a long chapter anyway, there might be reasons you would find a stopping point before getting to the end. I guess I'd say that chapters don't really do any harm and some people like them but an author shouldn't feel obliged.
Paragraphs, of course, are mandatory.
Life doesn't happen in chapters — at least, not regular ones. Nor do movies. Homer didn't write in chapters. I can see what their purpose is in children's books ("I'll read to the end of the chapter, and then you must go to sleep") but I'm blessed if I know what function they serve in books for adults.
-- Terry Pratchett
Could have been a proctology book rejected for too many colons.
The cops who blew the OJ case probably thought they were doing a good job too.
The best way to avoid getting caught (and ruin everything you're working towards) is not to break the law.
Exactly. A lot of facepalm on this.
The deal there is *your* lapse of security does not affect *my* finances. Millions are getting compromised because of a single entitiy here.
Satoshi Nakamoto does.
Sure. But that's orthogonal to my point. Even if copyright infringement were theft, that's not what Pirate Bay are doing. It's like how a fence would be charged with dealing in stolen goods, not the stealing itself. (Though still not a good analogy as the copyrighted material never passes through Pirate Bay's hands).
If you start with incorrect precepts, you'll make invalid arguments.
I started out on a moped. It has the advantage that most of the time, particularly when it's a little busy, it can at least keep up with traffic.
As to bicycling, I grew up where traffic was used to and understood cycle traffic (and a cycling proficiency test was available at school (and required before you were allowed to cycle in). I wouldn't want to cycle as part of a commute where I am currently living though.
Perhaps the advantage this enzyme gives is by wrinkly skin being an indicator of age. For women, it might signal that a woman is past her best breeding years and the male should invest his resources elsewhere (that would be more of a tribal advantage). And for men (though this is a stretch), it might indicate that the man has survived longer (having good genes) and maybe has more resources, meaning he can better support his offspring.
Loads of flaws there, I'm sure
It's important to bear in mind that they are only the world's DNS root DNS servers by convention.
And yet they so often are. I believe Einstein (apocryphally) had something to say about that.
That was my assumption. It is also possible that non-freeway streets might not have sidewalks
I don't know that freeway was specified but it's a fair point if that's part of your commute.