I'm sure TNG inspired many to _not_ go into psychotherapy, so it has that going for it. Whether they chose STEM instead is a different story.
They're banned in movie theaters within reason and if enough people complain or even one complains enough, you get thrown out for safety reasons.
Shame DB Cooper had to go and ruin it for the rest of us.
Sadly, most planes are not equipped with rear exit stairs or I would support this common-sense solution.
At the post office?
Your internet service is all 4G and random WiFi?
You use the NFL -- a viciously protective, extortionate tax-exempt monopoly -- as the standard for celebrating raw, unbridled competition? In a way, I totally agree. That IS the American ideal end-game of "free-market" "competition."
"My point is that One World Government is a horrible idea. Alternatives are good. Being able to vote with your feet is the last refuge."
An excellent point, but that last bit ended with WWI.
When you have all of the schematics it isn't too difficult to support the hardware yourself, assuming you're running one of the older TTL CPUs. That, and/or a huge storeroom of spares, and you're set.
And sapience is pretty much the only thing we can point to when trying to claim humans are "better" than other animals. Take away that yardstick and we may as well be experimenting directly on humans.
Rather telling that the same vanity is used to both support and oppose the act in question...
No, but short of standing in the middle of the street, most places people think of as "public" are in fact private property and the owners are well within rights to demand you turn that shit off and put it away or go play in traffic.
The household survey on which unemployment figures are based has nothing whatsoever to do with benefit claims.
The point of that sentence is that it is obviously counterfactual, yet E-Rater gave him a top score for the insightful essay in which it was contained.
Warren Buffet is the son of a four-term congressman who owned a stock brokerage and gave him his first job. He graduated high school in Washington, DC while his father was a sitting member of congress, then was promptly enrolled at U. Penn to study business.
Please stop spreading this "started from nothing" bullshit. It is a myth.
No, no, no, you let your tedious "DBAs" think they're right and do all that "normalization" and "tuning" shit they keep yammering on about (whatevs), then get the new shiny so you can blob the whole fucker up and never have to worry about anything but said "SELECT * FROM FOO." It's great because our developers no longer have to talk to our DBAs about "optimizing" all that dynamic SQL our webforms were generating. The DBAs are now screaming about resource utilization, but, HELLO, they're the ones who insisted on building all those freakin tables in the first place when everyone knows you just need one to throw in all the XML. Idiots.