$140k fully decked out.
Maybe our digestive ssytem has proven well adapted to that, but there are a lot of knives and cuts involved in the preparation of any meat.
Blood contamination while butchering is a very plausible transmission mechanism. Especially in areas where there are no enforced health guidelines, much less proper sanitization.
Have you read Twistor and Einstein's Bridge by John Cramer?
They are a couple of my favorites and I believe you'd probably enjoy them.
Your right to free speech extends only to GOVERNMENT restriction of speech. Private venues are fully within their rights to limit your speech all they want in their venue. Don't like it? Leave.
Amateur! The government *is* allowed to *hold* copyright created on their behalf. If the copyright items in question are created by contractors, then the copyright exists and is transferred to the government.
You honestly didn't think there wasn't a loophole, did you?
No, they didn't. Oregon acted as the systems integrator and overall project manager. Oracle was the main contractor but not the integrator.
Exactly. And falsifying hours is one of those thing that can get you fired quickly, union or not.
"Fat AGnus", not "Fat ANgus", like you typed. Googling that will get you, I suspect, pictures of large cattle instead of BBW porn and custom silicon.
Big talk and political posturing does not equal action. "if you don't stop bothering me I'll have my dad beat up your dad" isn't the equivalent of felony assault. It is talk.
It is the explicit job of the executive to take action implementing legislative decree (laws). Many -- probably *most* -- of the laws have several vague parts that say "make it so", without any details. Frequently they're along the lines of "just do SOMETHING", giving a LOT of leeway to the actual implementation, allowing for all sorts of exemptions, delays and the ability to deal with unforeseen issues.
Whenever you see things like "refusing to uphold the law" start thinking about "unfunded mandate". Congress says "do this -- but we aren't giving you money". You need to prioritize based on resource constraints.
If 10,000 people come across the border, and I have 100 cops and limited court resources for due process where do I prioritize? Focus on the 10 year-olds looking for their mommy? Or the convicted felons and known violent offenders? They are NOT equal in the effort needed or resources consumed.
So, again, [Citation Needed]. Please point to a specific example. The ONLY one I can think of that might be a violation of law is the trade of Bergdahl for the Guantanamo inmates. Maybe.
You keep using that word, but I don't think it means what you think it means.
You parroted without doing any sort of independent analysis or validation.
Interesting that didn't take my link.
I'll wait for this.
Interestingly enough, back in 1928 the Republican Presidental campaign of Herbert Hoover promised "a chicken in every pot and a car in every garage".
What makes it interesting is back then, chicken was 3 - 5 times the price of beef. It was a luxury food as production wasn't industrialized and unless you lived on a farm, you didn't eat it. Even on the farm you only at chicken when the hens were no longer fit for laying or annually when you let a batch hatch to replenish your hens and culled those that were roosters.
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A PowerPoint shown to a freshman biology class featured a cartoon depicting dueling castles, one labeled “Creation (Christ)” and the other labeled “Evolution (Satan).” Balloons attached to the evolution castle were labeled euthanasia, homosexuality, pornography, divorce, racism and abortion...... The PowerPoint, which has more than 50 slides largely consisting of material about evolution, was downloaded from SharePoint, an APS file-sharing database for teachers. It was uploaded by Mary E. King, a project manager at APS who has also uploaded more than 2,000 other documents. Phone calls and emails to King have not been returned. Tommy Molden, science coordinator for APS, also did not respond to requests for comment.
Students were offended by the cartoon:
“[I] have gay parents, and [the cartoon] said that evolution caused homosexuality and it implied that to be negative, so I was pretty offended by it,” [freshman Seraphina Cooley] said.
Cooley said that another student emailed the administration complaining about the PowerPoint.
Freshman Griffin Ricker, who is also in Jones’ class, said [Biology class teacher Anquinette Jones] got angry with the class when she found out students had notified the administration.
“She had a 10-minute rant,” Ricker said. “She yelled and said, ‘This is on the APS website, and it was certified.’”
In case of slashdotting, the student reporting is also posted on a local newspaper's blog (http://www.ajc.com/weblogs/get-schooled/2014/jul/03/evolution-vs-creationism-why-still-issue-grady-or-/)."
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