...which they would have spent anyway had they chosen not to break the law.
>> And apparently that gun control doesn't work out so well.
I know as much about what happened today as the summary says, but... if the "best" guns the shooters had today were shotguns, then gun control likely did its job.
You and I are both lucky ones, who have never had a problem with Paypal. Other people get caught in Paypal hell, where they freeze funds and simply never release them. (They don't have to - they aren't a bank!)
I'm not going to provide citations. Please use Google.
In the time it took for them to poison, acquire, and absorb Nokia, Samsung became a major vendor. I don't think there's a net benefit to Microsoft in the market.
For most people there are many viable substitutes for "high-end gaming" as a hobby.
And it will take just as long to get it in Austin. The summary says that this was announced back in April, but it was announced (and the linked story is from) April 2013. It's been 16 months to learn that in two months neighborhoods with the same density as mine, but in another part of town, can sign up for fiber. They'll get it some time after that. It seems unlikely to be before 2017 in my neighborhood now.
The weight of cars has increased dramatically due to all the new safety and comfort features. The fact average mileage has improved too impressive.
Go find the gross wt of those 80s cars and compare weight vs power vs airbags vs road noise vs electronic options.
The reason the flu is so scary is because it could mutate into something that kills 70% of the time. And that's just as likely (or moreso) than ebola mutating into something that's airborne. See how easy it is to use that logic both ways?
Anything that might kill us has two parts:
1. Chance of it happening to us.
2. Chance of it killing us if it happens.
Our powerful pre-frontal cortex should multiply the two, and realize that something with a 0.0001% chance of happening and a 70% chance of killing us is no more or less life-threatening than something with a 70% chance of happening and a 0.0001% chance of killing us. But our primitive hunter-gatherer brains increase our fear of rare but occasional events, and downplay our fear of regular events, so we distort that curve.
To pull a few more statistics out of my ass, I bet there are many people who demand the government do everything they can (including suppressing civil liberties like freedom of travel) to protect citizens from ebola, while they simultaneously hate and condemn the government for its efforts to restrict smoking. And I bet more of those people will die (at an otherwise young and healthy age) from smoking than ebola.
>> If they work so much now so they don't have time to find someone, is this really the solution to the correct problem?
Why do you presume they haven't yet "found the right man"? Maybe they just don't want to have kids yet, but realize that it's far better/cheaper/safer to extract eggs at 24 instead of 38?
That's a question you would need to ask each individual woman. And respect each answer either way.
No kidding. Those burning fuels will kill more animals in the long run than the
See my reply to the other poster.
Licking was a comical exaggeration. But curtains are sufficient to separate adult patients and prevent cross contamination, no "separate rooms" necessary. Families with children are a bigger concern but ultimately the safest and most practical course is to keep those kids with their parents, and keep them all at home.