Yep. And their house will never be knocked down by a tornado or a hurricane - although flooding might cause them a problem.
I'd go the opposite direction and build a monolithic dome house with few or no internal walls.
What evil is Google perpetrating, exactly? Trying to present irrelevant data in a positive light to people who pretend it is relevant?
Yeah, and which one is the "cowboy neal" option?
Agreed. I think that security checkpoints should have 3 things - a metal detector for people to walk through, an x-ray machine to examine the luggage, and dogs to sniff out anything explosive.
I was getting tired of all the April Fools crap yesterday, but I guess this is serious.
You'd probably like it better if you didn't do it on a treadmill. Get outside! It's much more enjoyable than a treadmill.
I agree with you completely. However, the article does not refer to Raleigh-Durham as a city, but as a metro area:
18 cities across four new metro areas: Atlanta, Charlotte, Nashville, and Raleigh-Durham.
Betteridge's Law of Headlines again.
"I bought cardboard when it was only 14 cents a ton. And it's up to what, 16 cents now? Well, I bought three tons of it. So that's about...well, you do the math. Plus I made a special deal where I only have to keep 2 tons of it at my house."
Yes, DC has voted to legalize recreational use. Also, earlier this year the DC council voted to decriminalize possession, so it was already just a $25 fine or somesuch.
We had a waste repository at Yucca Mountain, until the Obama administration shut it down. Billions of dollars and 30 years of development down the toilet, and yes, that is entirely on the Obama administration.
This will be a great safety boon for motorcyclists. If that inattentive driver's car will let him know I'm coming, then he won't turn directly into my path.
Spades is my favorite card game. Used to play just about every night with my suitemates.
Yes, this. I wonder why building codes in tornado-prone areas don't require tornado-proof construction.