To be honest, I wasn't even considering the annual flu vaccine when I typed my response. I was talking about vaccines that you get as a young child that last for the rest of your life.
That would be good, except how would someone know that another person in public and not vaccinated?
"I am so glad I didn't get my little Johnny vaccinated. Sure, he died of Measles when he was 3, but at least he didn't catch the autism!"
While I think not getting vaccinated is incredibly stupid, I also worry about setting a standard of the government being able to force things in to your body.
Maybe you can clarify, I am genuinely confused at your statement - If my child goes to LAUSD, who pays for that? I assume it comes out of taxes, to which I contribute. Now maybe I misunderstood the parent post, but if I choose to send my kid to private school, I then need to pay both the private school and LAUSD? So I am essentially paying tuition 3 times? I guess I don't understand what you mean when you say you are paying back your child's education before they even have one.
I like this better when it was called Sega Channel
Let me know when I can get a discount in my service. I might let Verizon track me if it meant a direct discount. Until then, I'll pass.
If I am hearing correctly, this guy was signed up for 105 megabits per second... Do you know how hard it is to use 105 megabits/second? Netflix in HD only uses up 5... unless this guy has a family of 20, with each person watching HD content, 105 Megabits/second is a waste of money. I mean granted, maybe some people here can tell me how a single family home can use that much bandwidth (downloading several dozen torrents simultaneously?), but my family doesn't even use half of our 30 Megabit/second bandwidth.
Perhaps those concerned about climate change can try to raise awareness? #climatechange #conserveenergy I feel better about myself already!
They can't be any worse than the corrupt politicians we have in power now.
You can get drop in T8 replacements from http://www.ledsupply.com/t8-le... A bit more expensive, but no rewiring required.
Plus it's nice that I can drop an LED bulb and instead of having to technically call a hazmat team to clean it up, I can pick it up and it still works fine.
Rambo Tribble writes Researchers in Britain are reporting that they have found a way to prevent bacteria from forming the "wall" that prevents antibiotics from attacking them. “It is a very significant breakthrough,” said Professor Changjiang Dong, from the University of East Anglia's (UAE) Norwich Medical School. “This is really important because drug-resistant bacteria is a global health problem. Many current antibiotics are becoming useless, causing hundreds of thousands of deaths each year. Many bacteria build up an outer defence which is important for their survival and drug resistance. We have found a way to stop that happening," he added. This research provides the platform for urgently-needed new generation drugs.
I really, really want to be against net neutrality, because free market and such, but when I look at Time Warner and Comcast, they are the best argument *for* net neutrality. I guess it comes down to who I trust more, the government, or the cable companies.... and it's kind of a tie at zero... Now if the FCC would decide that the infrastructure could be used by startups, allowing for actual competition, then we might get somewhere.
If you have spent the past few years busting your ass at a job, and managed to make your way to $14/hr (say, you got promoted to a manager position at a restaraunt)... then what? Do you essentially go back to making minimum wage? Do you now make, as a manager, the same hourly wage as the dishwasher? Increasing the minimum wage is great for people that already make it, but I have always felt like it has screwed those who have worked hard to get a few raises over minimum wage.