Many English speakers use "begs the question" to mean "raises the question", "evades the question", or even "ignores the question", and follow that phrase with the question, for example: "this year's deficit is half a trillion dollars, which begs the question: how are we ever going to balance the budget?" In philosophical, logical, grammatical and legal contexts, authorities deem such usage to be mistaken or at best unclear.
McCrory hopped in for a ride, with a state trooper behind the wheel. Before long, McCrory and the trooper switched, giving the Governor a chance to guide the sleek vehicle around Raleigh.
This is more irrational pandering to protect existing business interests -- which isn't really what legislatures should be doing (but do anyway).
Here's a nice overview of just what's going on with the ACA website. The chart from Xerox illustrates why the system is a just a teensy bit more complicated than Facebook. http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/the-switch/wp/2013/10/09/heres-everything-you-need-to-know-about-obamacares-error-plagued-web-sites/
That's the name of my next band.
I can also honk their horns, flash their lights, and open and close the sunroof.
I'd said I flashed your lights mama
your horn won't even blow
I even flash my lights mama
this horn won't even blow
Got a short in this connection
hoo-well, babe, its way down below
I used to live on a lake that had a permanent population of 60-80 Canda geese. Those bad boys were afraid of nothing and would hiss at you just for lookin' at 'em the wrong way. There was only one thing they couldn't tolerate: a dog. I'd see a bunch of 'em take off in a hurry for what looked like no good reason, then a minute later here'd come a dog, trotting along, minding his own business.
Screw R/C planes. The best and probably cheapest way to get rid of geese is to get a Jack Russell terrier and let it start "herding" them. Two weeks, three tops, and those geese will be gone forever. He'll work for food and keep you warm at night.
(Not sure if trolling)
You're assuming that they have a choice. When jobs are hard to find (416,565 people are unemployed here in N.C.) a lot of folks are grateful to have a job at all, much less able to choose between jobs.
"We don't have time for a meeting of the flat-earth society."
Not for nothing are the Republicans known as "the stupid party."