I think it's a fake rock you leave in a bowl to fragrence a room, but they look like crack rocks.
The fact that they opened the door should be enough permission to enter it? That's f-ing stupid.
I'm sadly not optimistic that it may not happen in my lifetime.
So many negatives I'm not sure what you're trying to say.
No, it would be like selling gas at a gas station to a person with a stollen car that you don't actually know is stollen because you never checked or asked.
No, it was a question for nerds.
It all depends if you consider him a whistleblower or not. Whistleblowers are protected.
The bowhead is not endangered. It is endangered in certain areas but the overall numbers are fine.
Actually a heads up display for your map/speed/etc would cause less distractions since your eyes are still catching the road in the background.
It would be more equivilent to say, "You were walking down the street carrying a gun and I gave you a ticket for shooting it into the air, but I can't prove you were shooting it into the air and you say you weren't and there was no sound or smoke or anything."
If your comments were correct then the government would not fear its citizens having guns. Guerilla warfare exists and has worked for generations against a larger more powerful army. If what you said was true the war on terror would have been over immediately after it started.
Go read the thread on OpenStreetMap, you have to manually type in search nearby or some such thing and then it works great.
Exactly, so running or driving through their neighborhoods won't result in you getting a gun shoved in your face.
To be fair, he did say anything on the internet older than 3 years. He made no reference to printed materials.
My phone is wireless, so it wont work in a power outage anyway. But I asked the comcast rep about the battery in the modem, and according to her, the phone would keep working even without power or the battery. I don't believe her.
Why would a state mandate no kill switches?