Hmm.... organizing hunts where lawyers can be shot in the face... sounds like a business model!
It's slightly different. We never actually had that to begin with. Or rather what is called freedeom of speech is defined as "the freedom of opinion and the right to freely express it as such"
This wording excludes libel and slander right from the start (which aren't protected speech in the US either if I remember right)
All that said I think if they started making Buggy Burgers or something using bugs that were thoroughly processed enough that I wasn't crunching on carapace bits and was produced under sanitary conditions I'd be cool with trying them out.
Crunchy Frog anyone?
Already posted.. otherwise it would be a +1 intresting
Another one of my grandpa's favourites which I still think slightly gross. (but at least I've tried it...)
Funny enough, since a few years, I aquired a taste for several of his other favourite dishes that mostly come from the tradition that no part of a pig should go wasted after you've used a bit of your own food rations to raise it for a year.
This one for example tastes much better than it looks: https://www.google.de/search?q=eisbein&rlz=1C1GPCK_enDE415DE415&tbm=isch&tbo=u&source=univ&sa=X&ei=E2eRUbuwF8_Eswbdl4DIAg&ved=0CDoQsAQ&biw=1680&bih=959
I'm not yet ready for the boiled pig's head....
Even if you price them cheaply, there is still a price floor from costs of transportation to bring them to market.
I wonder how you'd market this product?
Wrong sales tactic. You need to set the price as high as possible to sell otherwise unsellable stuff. Caviar, escargots, oysters....
Coincidentally, that's exactly the same thing Hindus say about eating beef. Or half of the world about eating pork. Or 95% about oysters. Or anyone besides the french about "escargots"...
I find the idea gross, too. But there is a differenc between something that is gross and something you've been raised to find gross.
Thanks for the pointer & explanation. While I was quite aware of the problems for direct communications ground to ISS, I somehow expected it much more difficult to aim for the parking lot from the race-car but of course this gets easier with distance
Does anyone have an idea why they're doing this? IIRC the distance to geostationary orbit is bigger than the omne to ground, so why waste energy for that long distance stuff?
*Impressive* would rather be a description of the Mir. Having a space station that consists 98% out of duck tape and paper clips, build around a actual former space station that broke down is pretty impressive....
But doesn't he have to *survive* first?
And don't forget:
"Damn I hit my hand with a rock!" internationally translates to
with only slight changes to the "RRGGAA"-part depending if you hit your hand with an actual rock or the more contemporary hammer.
I seems I was wrong. I expected the first tasteless use for the Oculus rift would have something to do with pr0n.
To be honest, the comic copied the musical piece:
That's probably supposed to be funny, but it's insightfull...