- 1. Walk down the street sending fake honda GPS signal
- 2. Find idiot
- 3. ???
- 4. Profit
The program is still classified, so it does not exist. Just like drones bombing several countries do not really exist.
How many bombs are being dropped on countries so that they no longer exist?
"We know from Galileo that all objects near the surface of the Earth accelerate downward at the same rate," he says. "But you also have to think about air resistance. That's why a bowling ball and a piece of paper don't fall at the same rate. You accelerate at a certain rate, but the force that's pulling you down depends on that number and your mass."
Everyone knows this. But then...
As for rides with steep drops instead of curves, heavier riders do go faster, he says.
Now I am confused. Is this assuming heavy riders have more friction with the slide/water or more air resistance or that Newtonian Physics can suck a fat one?
some anti-women and pro-rape pages on Facebook... humorless feminists.
We have different senses of humor.
The Supreme Court has set aside nearly a century of antitrust precedent that condemned minimum resale price maintenance (“RPM”) agreements as illegal without regard for their effect on competition. RPM agreements typically are those in which a manufacturer and its retail customer agree that the retailer will resell the products it purchases from the manufacturer only at or above an agreed price floor. In a landmark 5-4 decision, Leegin Creative Leather Products, Inc. v. PSKS, Inc., 06-480, the Court overruled Dr. Miles Medical Company v. John D. Park & Co., 220 U.S. 373 (1911), and held that the legality of vertical price fixing agreements should now be judged under a “rule of reason” in which courts balance the procompetitive and anticompetitive effects of such agreements on a case-by-case basis. http://winston.com/siteFiles/publications/SupremeCourt_RuleofReason_07_02_07_v3.html
We change laws in America. I know the case is about RPMs but now ALL vertical price fixings are no longer illegal per se
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