And so far on this topic, not one person has stated that they'd want to live SHORTER.
I would. I'm a social introvert. Shy, self-conscious, without a spouse or kids. Another x hundred years of the same doesn't appeal to me in the slightest. In fact, another 20 - 30 doesn't really appeal to me.
1TB/month @ $0.125 per GB would be $128/month
Next 49 TB/month @ $0.110 per GB would be $lots/month
Some enterprising criminals phoned around to a 'borough' at the south end of town, and managed to convince a good number of people that they were calling from Emergency Services and wanted their assistance testing the 911 system at a certain time. Needless to say, at the specified time, 911 operators were flooded with fake calls. As is policy, every 911 call has to be responded to, so suddenly all police and emergency services were stuck in the south end of town.
The criminals then took the opportunity to rob the Costco at the north end.
As far as I know, they were never apprehended.
Two things here. First, you're paranoid. Second, you should always pick up your brass.
Have you ever fired a semi-automatic
A big challenge in managing tuberculosis is keeping the medicine cool, in addition to tracking and monitoring dose administration. These challenges can be life-threatening, especially in less-developed countries, where refrigerators and fancy cooling devices are rare; ice must be trucked in on a daily basis to keep medicines at controlled temperatures. A redesigned cooler with the ability to keep the medicine cool and record when medicine is dispensed is aiming to solve both these problems.
The design of the cooler is simple and practical — common characteristics of a scientifically sound experiment or innovation. It’s nothing more than a standard soft drink cooler but the team from MIT's Little Devices Lab equipped the cooler with the ability to sound an alert when the temperature inside the cooler becomes too high and transmit data wirelessly using a cellphone transmitter whenever the cooler is opened."
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Still, does nothing to reduce or repeal overall taxation, so GPs point on never seeing it repealed is still valid.
You cannot own a gun in Canada? Seriously?
No, you certainly can.
There are three classes of firearms licenses:
- Non-Restricted - things like rifles and shotguns
- Restricted - Handguns, short rifles/shotguns, and some other random restrictions (scary looking guns, for example)
- Prohibited - Short barrel handguns, fully automatic rifles, etc
To get your firearms license, you have to (optionally) take a firearms safety course and then write (or challenge) the exam, where you demonstrate safe handling and use of the firearms, as well as knowledge of the firearms regulations.
To get a permit for a restricted license, there's an additional course and exam. Also, restricted firearms are limited to government approved firing ranges - no taking them out into the bush to shoot cans.
Prohibited licenses are not issued, only given to people 'grandfathered' in to the licensing system. Once they die off, there will be no more prohibited class.
For any of these, you submit ID, proof of exam, personal questionnaire, and $$$ to the government, where they perform a criminal record check and reference check. Fired from your job recently? They'll look into that. On anti-depressants? They'll look into that. And yes, they do check your references - they checked mine.
So yes, you can. But it's a lengthy process.
Completely a non-issue. Things like this have been around for 10+ years. The only difference is that now it has a lifelike face on it.