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Ia lot of the noise about F&F is coming in the form of conspiracy theories from the NRA
Mainstream news is almost totally ignoring the debacle, so at least one organization is talking about it.
It's not really a conspiracy theory when gun dealers openly say, "Yeah, we knew that buyer was a drug runner but the ATF agent in our back office told us to sell him the guns anyways."
I hate those things because they've ruined the entire concept of carpooling in the D.C. metro region since they get a solo pass for the commuter lanes.
It also came with a wireless mouse that I don't use because I have one that's more comfortable, but it works just fine.
Oh well, more bacon cheeseburgers for the rest of us.
Doctor be damned, my kids will be getting them one at a time.
I can see this as nothing but a good thing for a doctor.
I've always wondered why dentists give away toothbrushes. You'd think they would hand out candy after the visit.
. Look at his posting history.
Must be tough times. He only had $600,000 cash to put down.
what if a terrorist blows up the huge line where people wait to be groped by the tsa?
Then they install another TSA checkpoint outside the airport to protect the one inside.
Funny thing is, they would confiscate your toothpaste, but they'd have to let me through with my gun, since I have to declare and check it in with my baggage at the ticket counter.
It's a lot of data. I once cached (ripped off) enough map tiles to build a mobile GPS enabled application for a small geographic area and the number of tiles is absolutely huge when you consider all the zoom levels. Triple the number of you want all three view types. If this works at all, you're looking at some serious hardware to pull it off. There's a reason Google builds data centers over hydroelectric dams.
Not to mention getting the data in the first place. Google makes it difficult to get at the raw map tiles.
Republicans love science as long as it's something they can monetize and doesn't conflict with their social agenda.
Democrats love science as long as it's something they can socialize and control.
(Hey, it's just as much bullshit as your comment.)