I voted Handmaid's Tale because the US seems headed toward a conjunction of that an 1984 - a technology-enabled theocracy.
The South started the war owning exactly zero cannon foundries and had a disjoint rail system with multiple track gauges. The North had a unified rail system (one gauge) and enough industrial capacity to make arms.
The strategic incompetence of an agrarian 'country' starting a war against an industrialized opponent outweighed the tactical advantage of field leadership
If he hadn't been already for Vista
I'm sure they'll manage. A cushy retirement/sinecure is too much to pass up.
Not compared with the Daring, the Audacity and the Suicidal Insanity.
/ please correct these?
A 120+GB solid state iPod is way past due. No, I don't want an iPhone. No, I don't want to stream (and pay for that bandwidth).
The human enterovirus 68 is a close cousin of the polio virus.
Citation requested - close enough that polio vax should have caught this?
Are we seeing the outcome of the antivaxxers' stupidity come to fruition with something closer to benign?
Can we spin it that way anyway?
While what you say is true, you fail to consider the number of protons in a baseball.
Those cameraphones capture late-stage action and aftermath. The bodycams should capture the leadup and escalation that are really needed for an impartial/fair evaluation of the event. The events you cite do sound damning, but more footage would be helpful in evaluating the encounter. Knowing that footage exists helps, too - if only to slow the officer's reach for applied violence.
Y'know, if I've got that cellphone app that streams direct to the cloud for protection from abuse of power, can't the bodycams do the same thing? Local-only data is too vulnerable to loss or abuse.
It was a gigantic pile of legislation - so big it looked like it had to have been ready to go on 9/10 - and was passed and signed in alarmingly little time, almost without debate or dissent. At least that's the way it seemed at the time.
Stepson had to read F451 sophomore year of HS *he's a senior now*
A Tabletop game that challenges anybody over about 5 (assuming normal vision)
Then why aren't the Secret Service all up in this?
The FBI is an agency of the Department of Treasury. This sort of thing is (supposed to be) their main job.