The embassy has a balcony he can step out onto, so he can technically be outside the building in a limited sense.
Here it's 50 feet from a dwelling on an adjacent property, but you can keep them near your own dwelling no problem. That's enough space for many houses, even in suburban areas - provided there's no HOA of course.
Chickens don't have AM feeding requirements. And chicken manure is only a problem if you are keeping too many of them in cramped space with insufficient litter - probably because you're thinking about a farm with a coop big enough to work in, which is 0% like a backyard coop with deep litter for a half dozen chickens who can also roam the yard during the day.
But the three dozen eggs a week taste better, and no, I couldn't buy eggs that taste this good from any store. I can buy chicken from the store that tastes, well, like chicken, so I buy the chicken meat and grow the eggs.
The behavior you describe is abnormal. They are establishing dominance over each other - something that should have been sorted out quickly years ago. And healthy chickens certainly have no interest in eating feces.
Austin's ordinances allow for roosters under the caveat of the noise ordinance, which means that they are okay unless someone complains about the noise. Even in the center of town, we only have one neighbor, and they like our chickens, and we have a Serama rooster, who fully-sized is about nine inches tall, and who is quieter than the hens or the wild birds or the neighborhood dogs and cats.
The worms and flies that my chickens eat are pretty damn tasty two days later, fried with some salsa.
I dont' know about you, but the last time I was writing code - Friday - I had eight source code windows open, and was referring to four of them simultaneously. And that excludes the windows for the compiler and reference materials.
Run your MBP-R in full-screen terminal, and you have a 2880x1800 resolution. You can make the text any size you want.
So on your laptop, when you want 2880x1800 effective resolution and a 30 point font, does your monitor physically grow in size to accommodate the font? If it doesn't, then these statements do not compute. If you make the text larger, and all you have on your screen is text, then the effective resolution of the monitor is no better than what's been on the market for 10 years. That's exactly what the OP meant. I don't care how curvy the curves in my esses are when I'm writing code.
May be I don't move my computer set-ups enough, but I don't get the issue this questions is trying to address. In the age of thin LCD monitors, the screens on my desk are thin, light, and require 2 cables--1 signal, 1 power. How would a "portable" monitor be different?
How easily do your monitors fold flat with their stand and fit into a backpack? They don't? How well do your monitors withstand daily shock and vibration on a bicycle? Not well? How much do your monitors weigh? More than you'd want to carry in and out every day?
The best bet for size/mass per image size is a projector.
Unfortunately, I think you're correct. There's nothing better on the market than a projector.
Still readable text is wholly subjective. And I'm still holding on to this 2008 17" MBP until I can buy a 17" replacement.
>> But good luck on making sure the right kids have been ticked off then leaving the bus. That's like trying to hold back a hydrant with your finger.
And iris scans will somehow make this better? If the students have to line up and scan out to step off the bus, why can't they line up and get checked off?
The Texas economy is based on adding jobs that can't be done by native Texans - most have to be filled by out-of-state hires who were educated in places like Iowa or Massachusetts. Meanwhile, the Texas education system is woefully underfunded and isn't producing people able to fill those roles in the future.
In other words, Texas leeches taxpayer money from other states' education systems to fund their low-tax business environment. It's not sustainable.
Yes, I've a non-native currently living in Texas.
The metric system is seen as foreign governments exerting pressure on the US to conform. There is a party that claims to resist a global world government, and thus tries to resist such pressures. If that party furthermore starts to point out that SI is French, the factions of that party that also dislike the French will resist the metric system even more.
Ever since I was in the Army, I've always written my dates as 12-FEB-09, and sometimes when I do so, somebody gives me shit because I don't use the same date format that "everybody else" uses, and it is never a conservative or liberal thing. I could see maybe if I wrote 12/02/09, which would easily be interpreted as either december 9th or february 12th, but I like that date format for the same reason that the Army uses it as standard: There is no ambiguity.
See ISO 8601.
The Geek Chic people who went on Shark Tank recently have an ongoing business. They've been in business for several years, attend BGG Con each year, and have sold incredibly expensive tables to several people I know.
On the other hand, they have like an 18 month backlog, and once you order and make your down payment they'll ignore your emails for about a year until they're ready to deal with you, and ask you for your customizations. You can customize
I suspect they went to a VC because they believed that they could be a bigger and more successful business, but they don't have anyone on board that knows how to become that business. Making the person who gives you the money have a stake in the company helps ensure that they'll actually help you succeed. I think they took $300k for a 25% stake or something like that.