the first time they made this, they posted pics of the guys putting a whole spruce tree into the tank.
there are also links on that page to the other "ales of the revolution."
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probably a connection... i just did the same thing and had an identical experience. japan -> SFO -> east coast u.s.
in most airports international arrivals and domestic departures are in different areas. so you arrive internationally, go through u.s. customs and immigration, leave the "secure area," go to your connecting domestic flight, and welcome to security theatre.
i opted out of the scanners (as i always have) which pissed off my husband, but we had enough time to make the connecting flight and i guess i'm just stubborn enough to point out when theatre is, in fact, theatre. the GP was right... at least in japan, there was no taking your shoes off, no irradiating scanners, no obsession with liquids. just the old-style luggage scanners and metal detectors. way faster, way more dignity. and as so many other posters have pointed out, just as secure. *sigh*
If this is generally applied to a workspace, I'm confident that the bosses will be the first to be red flagged! Maybe this can help reducing the amount of psychopathic leadership?
nah. this will be configured to reward standard psychopathic, extroverted, "leadership" behaviours. there's no way that those on top are ever going to use something that tells them they shouldn't be on top.
Astronomy is the naming of the stars, Astrology should rightfully be the logical study of the stars
actually, "astronomy" is the law (or regulating) of the stars. as opposed, for example, to anonymous. "nomos" is law, "onyma" is name (someday, someone will explain to me why the romans decided that the upsilon in greek ought to be transliterated as "y"). so "astronomy" isn't quite as mis-named as it appears.
"Text processing has made it possible to right-justify any idea, even one which cannot be justified on any other grounds." -- J. Finnegan, USC.