Well, do tell what is the name of your book. I would like to order it.
Just google XP mode. it is a feature of Win 7 pro, but you can get it to run on 7 home. Again google is your friend.
Seriously, just go google it, and stop asking silly questions like can I get a legal guarantee.
But don't you dare ever forget the Constitution cannot be overrode by a law.
Either way I am disappointed my question did not get an answer.
t's a good idea to not just kill them indiscriminately
Did not lead me to believe you understood entirely. So yes I did type that part in caps to emphasize that fact. I will keep it in mind to use the bold tags in the future.
I do not condone just killing animals for no reason, but killing 3% of the horeshoe crabs (for a good reason) does not even show up on my radar. My main point with the one liner is that they are not nearly as endangered/threatened as the person I was replying to had implied.
If the animals were actually endangered I would not be in favor of catching wild ones, but I would probably be in favor of trying to breed them in some sort of horeshoe crab farm if that was possible. Shoot maybe they even taste good.
If you must be pedantic, and someone will 1qt = 0.94635L
But for small amounts of liquid like in this story it is acceptable to just mentally translate quart to liter.
LAL is obtained from the animals' blood. Horseshoe crabs are returned to the ocean after bleeding, although some 3% die during the process. Studies show the blood volume returns to normal in about a week, though blood cell count can take two to three months to fully rebound.
So three percent of them die, Frankly I am not that worried about that.
Ohh and I do not buy the whole cost of living in the city is cheaper then the suburbs. The rent for a decent place in ATL is over 1400 dollars. The rent I am paying right now is less then half that, which fully pays car note, car insurance, and the cost of gas. On top of that I get to avoid smog, I get a larger place in a nice neighborhood, and I get to look out of my window and see green.
I used to live south of Atlanta. I never saw traffic issues in my area. I just didnt. But when I would drive into Atlanta The 6 lane in each direction interstate would be bumper to bumper, and then you get on to the surface streets and it would be even worse, narrow lanes, many long traffic lights. Almost impossible to merge over 6 lanes to take the next left, etc, etc.
I will never choose to move to a big city. From my point of view it is horrid.
Add on top of that the large cost of renovating said areas, the cost of stricter regulations of being in the big city, and the cost of living for their emplyees it is not surprisng that they choose to build outside of the big cities. Among other things.
Personally I would rather work at a manicured campus out in the suburbs rather then anywhere near the crazy traffic of the cities.
There are bus drivers in my city that make over $100,000 a year.
I hate to be that guy but source?
Philosophy of government that stresses the primacy and glory of the state, unquestioning obedience to its leader, subordination of the individual will to the state's authority, and harsh suppression of dissent. Martial virtues are celebrated, while liberal and democratic values are disparaged. Fascism arose during the 1920s and '30s partly out of fear of the rising power of the working classes; it differed from contemporary communism (as practiced under Joseph Stalin) by its protection of business and landowning elites and its preservation of class systems.