And I bet high school parking lots are far more likely to see an accident than your local strip mall parking lot. The people using the former are mostly people with no driving experience.
Let me propose a scenario: A group of neo nazis walk in to a cake shop. They ask the shop owner, who is Jewish, to make a cake. The owner asks them what they want on the cake. The Neo nazis reply "We want the cake to say "Happy Birthday Hitler, thank you for the Holocaust" Should this shop owner be required by law to endorse Hitler's birthday and the Holocaust? Or to use a non Godwin example: The Westboro Baptist Church walks in to a cake shop and asks the gay owner for a cake that says "God hates fags" on it. Should the owner be forced by law to make this cake? Also, a point a lot of people miss, is that there is a difference between refusing service to someone because of who they are, and refusing service because of what they are asking for.
After not playing for a good 8 years, I busted out my old arcade style controller and got back in to pop'n music. I personally think it is one of the best rhythm games ever created. Plus now I have a wife and child (when the child is old enough) to share the fun with.
Because I am an American and I don't have experience with the politics of the rest of the world. While I would be surprised if the rest of the world was any different, I didn't want to be presumptuous.
And Republican politicians have no interest in an actual free market or personal rights. Welcome to American politics, where politicians say they are for something, but are really just out for their own self interest.
Actually, Adam and Eve were kicked out of the garden of Eden not because Eve was deceived in to eating the fruit, but because Adam (knowing full well the consequences) chose to be with his wife rather than with God. If you're going to be critical of the Bible, at least understand what it actually says first.
With a bit of tweaking, YouTube could also easily help you discover "new" music. It already does it (inefficiently) with suggested videos listed once your video is finished. Combine that with the ability to sell your song on iTunes, and I honestly see no need for record labels anymore.
So how exactly does this 0.5 meter resolution compare to the current resolution on google's sattelite pics? Seems to me like the current pics have pixels thinner than 0.5 meters... I feel like I am missing something? I don't really know much about photography, so maybe someone can fill me in.
Yeah, but the problem is very few public school science classes are worth their salt. Very rarely do students actually learn critical thinking skills.
What I don't get is why people who are experts in cosmetics are talking about stars...
This is an incorrect statement. Americans (and honestly, the general public worldwide) never had a great understanding of climate (or any) science. Many people who accept global warming are just as scientifically illiterate as those who reject it. Just because you are right about something doesn't mean understand it.
But the point still remains that the government is forcing you to pay money in order to be allowed to exercise a constitutional right. If I have absolutely no money to spare (but already own a gun and ammunition), then am I just too poor to have that right?
Except I don't need to take a class, or even have a license, to drive a car on private property, only public roads. Also, driving is not a constitutionally guaranteed right.
So if I can't afford to pay for a class, then I essentially am not allowed to exercise my second amendment? Would you also suggest requiring people to pay for a class to learn about how out electoral system works, and showing that you are up to date with current events in our government, before you get a permit that allows you to vote?
This is a clever idea. After all, now they are potentially getting money from deep corporate pockets, while at the same time giving their customers a bit more. Seems like it might be a win-win for AT&T.