And post ticket prices in currency units per available seating space. They do this at supermarkets, post prices per standardized weight to permit comparison shopping, why not airlines?
And the airline could charge extra for the "really good" sedatives - profit center!
There was also an eyewitness who saw him leave a bar with a prostitute hours before the prostitute was horribly murdered. The eyewitness refused to testify in court.
Story I heard was that the police were very sure this was the guy, but knowing they couldn't convict, they arranged to have him locked up in an insane asylum. The murders then abruptly stopped.
Source: Recent "Jack the Ripper" tour in London. Not peer reviewed.
Looks like someone who is still living at home, supported by his parents, read Atlas Shrugged.
That is your personal opinion and does not reflect over a century of case law. I should have said "I believe this is completely unconstitutional even though every properly constituted court of law has held otherwise, because my opinion is all that matters".
Knowledge may be free, but connections required to gain and advance in a highly paid corporate job are still very expensive.
this search might come up with some excellent examples: http://slashdot.org/index2.pl?fhfilter=global+warming
For a more detailed look at this, try http://slashdot.org/story/06/0...
Like Prohibition - which was not so much anti-alcohol, as a white rural reaction against the growing dominance of urban areas and their populations of (beer drinking) immigrants. It was an early form of our culture wars, with the drugs acting as a proxy for reaction against deeper social changes.
I am waiting for the ads for H1B candidates for these positions.
Another job that kept so many American employed now outsourced to foreigners.
Mick Jagger developed this in the '60s, before he became a specialist in historical cryptography :
A dog's sense of smell is amazing. I bet a dog could tell if a search warrant is valid or not by smell alone. Perhaps the ACLU should train some of those dogs, to find invalid search warrants and prevent violations of the 4th amendment.
What if you loaded the thumb drive with pictures of squirrels? Would the dog recognize that?
Actually, that is the historical origination of private property under the English system. This was also the case with "empty" land (meaning devoid of Europeans) annexed by the US throughout its history. Original owner was the Federal government, which then delegated ownership to others (railroads, homesteaders) by deeding the property to them provided certain obligations were met (build a railroad, occupy and cultivate the land, etc.).
The idea that private ownership of land precedes government is a weird libertarian fantasy.
You in fact *do* lease your property from the government.
name it Ozzy
Because private detective agencies hired by private employers to snoop on workers and ruin them is OK AND is FREEDOM.
Laws to prevent this are bad because GOVERNMENT EVIL.
For a real example of private company goon squads, try the Ford "Service Department"