On the other hand, due to my work environment, I need a law passed that would make it a crime for people to annoy me in person.
You forgot the in-state tuition prices for college.
Descant? You recommend storing it with some medieval music? "A descant is a form of medieval music in which one singer sang a fixed melody, and others accompanied with improvisations.". Perhaps you meant dessicant?
Based on the "choices" we've had over the lasts several decades, I've concluded that the whole thing is rigged just like professional wrestling, and it deserves no more of my attention that that does. Nothing else can explain the farce that's been going on when it comes to the people who are chosen to lead this country.
Sounds like a lot of these climate change folks don't like any solution that doesn't include more central control of everything...with them at the controls...
Domesday? Is the King doing a census? http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/D...
Yah, but I would have become a lawyer in the early 70s....long before the law glut...
After the Russkis launched Sputnik, there was a massive push in the US for science and engineering in education. I'm old enough to remember if personally - science, math and engineering were all the rage. And Progress - we weren't scared of what science would do - it was going to build The Future! If not for this big push, I wouldn't have wasted all my time on technical studies and be a millionaire lawyer now...
Heck, state law in a lot of states allows common civilians to use deadly force in an encounter like this, much less the military.
HA! I always found this annoying. Rather than argue with the salesperson about whether they get my info (both at Radio Shack and everywhere else) I just tell them I'm Larry Talbot, and I live at 1313 Mockingbird Lane.
80% of kids have smartphones? I'm glad I'm not a kid today. My father was too much of a Luddite to get a color TV - no way would we have been allowed to have cell phones. much less smartphones, and he probably wouldn't have tolerated a PC or the internet in the house either. We would have grown up in a strange informationless cut off parallel universe from all the other kids.
HA! This reminds me of my days at Rice University, in the early 70s. The Post grad students there each year would award one of their number the "Young Marsden" award. It was presented to the student whose work had been most egregiously ripped off by a faculty member that year. It was called the Young Marsden award, in memory of Marsden, since Rutherford and Geiger got credit for his work on alpha particle scattering
Links? Perhaps you meant Lynx?
SO...you think a medical certificate should be required to fly a 20-30 pound drone, but any schlub with a driver's license can pilot a 2 ton UPS truck on public streets to deliver packages? The medical certificate shouldn't be required for general aviation pilots, much less drone pilots - studies show it doesn't make a difference.