They teach too, but research has always been a part of it. Now if you don't want them getting patents and such on research that's fine, but then you need to increase funding. Part of the issue is that states have continually cut funding to universities. If that money isn't being paid in by the state, it needs to come from other sources, either higher tuition, or more research dollars.
The only societal differences are artificial. There's no difference between Limbaugh and a junkie with a needle in an alley.
Thanks, I needed that.
Actually, the link in the sig actually is from 1998, a blast from the past that hasn't been on the internet in ten years. The other is simple html; a single graphic, text, and links. Ever heard of the KISS principle?
BTW, su Englis es no mal por un Hispanico.
I'm fairly certain legalizing things like meth and cocaine wouldn't do much to aid the addicted.
It's better than sending them to prison, AKA Criminal University. If their drugs were cheaper they wouldn't be stealing from me. I never knew a cigarette smoker or alcoholic stealing to support their addictions.
Legalization would end the drug violence, just as Prohibition's end ended the violence of the illegal liquor trade. All the arguments for Prohibition as well as against it still apply in today's prohibitions, and history shouldn't be ignored.
Shouldn't these bought dogs be looking to balance the budget?
Actually, that's incorrect. Tinkers and smiths became engineers with the advent of the steam engine, which was used for industry and rail transportation. Both tinkers and smiths needed knowledge of metallurgy and physics, and some chemistry (at least for smiths). Tinkers and smiths evolved into engineers, so to speak.
The truck also randomly locks it's own doors for no reason
My 2002 Chrysler does that, but it's by design -- when the car reaches 15 mph, the doors lock. However, unlike yours, I can easily unlock them.
I know for a fact I couldn't leave mine for a month, the blinking LED on the dash to show that the alarm is armed alone would drag it down (never mind the actual alarm circuits).
You say that in jest, but according to Good Morning America the majority of them actually were 123456!
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Ah, that explains it.
It does, actually. As a member of the press operating under the jurisdiction of UK libel law, I'm not going to say he committed any crime until he's convicted.
There's nothing wrong with hearing the news later, but people with mobile devices will hear it earlier and clearly a lot of people value that ability to stay up to date and use their time for something interesting when they're just in a coffee shop for a few minutes or on the train home. If you don't value that, then of course you personally don't need those devices.
How much snow do you get from Septermber - June?