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.
Do you think she could see Russia from there?
I hope we're sending in our women to get impregnated by their men, so we can capture their genetic diversity.
Yes, but the economic activity generated in the city by all those employees having lunch, etc, is a big benefit to the city.
Move the tech companies into town and shortly none of the current residents can afford to live there.
I don't see what repairs have to do with showrooms. Having the manufacturer own the dealership has nothing to do with where I take my car to get it repaired.
It isn't greed so much as supply and demand. There's no real estate master setting prices for the area. Each house sells at its own price.
Nor have I. Now that the mice aren't physically connected to the computer, I lose the mouse way before it ever stops working.
Note that I use only a trackball with my desktop computer, which is old enough to still be physically plugged into a USB port, and still working fine.
It's only with my several laptops that I use a mouse, and lose the mouse.
Related question: What does one do with the little USB dongle once the mouse is missing?