I didn't ask him to, I didn't hire him to, I didn't indicate any desire on my part for him to do so.
So his tweet just randomly showed up without you following him, or without someone you follow retweeting it? I'd contact Twitter, it sounds like you've found a bug.
Replacing TV tuners and Cable boxes should not be what we envision the Internet to become.
The new Stream laptops by default have no touchscreen
I wanted one, until I read this part. Could you really consider it a tablet if you have to plug a mouse in for it to work?
You are also not considering that within the Christian context, the children's lives would actually be better in the afterlife.
This line of thinking is how we end up with people like Andrea Yates, Jim Jones, and countless others. This thought scares rational people.
The problem with your oversimplification is that the holy book of Christianity encourages pacifism
Have you actually read the Bible?
As a side note, the Awkward Moments (Not found in your average) Children's Bible that these illustrations came from are great books.
No, he's associating it with Citizen's United v. FEC
This is a textbook illustration of trying to get people, and especially kids, interested in science. If people can't see things like this, they will lose interest. Kids won't study with aspirations of doing things like this. Adults won't approve taxes to help fund the sciences. Our economy will continue to lose ground to the countries that are making science important.
Seeing pictures and videos of the shuttle in action is impressive. Actually seeing it in person, and the displays set up at the Science Center are even more impressive.
Well, Packard Bell will tell you that it's a new computer.