Solution there, it seems to me, is to create a watchable program.
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Your language equations are erroneous: "substantially equal" does not mean "equal in being substantial". It's not commutative.
"Maybe the universe where girls underperform in computer science and boys underperform in english language arts. Sort of like the one we're in, for example."
Is there a theory that the boys underperform in english -because of- the presence of girls?
Plus, in what universe is "computer science" substantially equal to "english language arts"?
... as should unions?
UK newspapers seem to consistently have high quality coverage of issues on this side of the pond.
"But it's definitely helping far more than it's hurting."
Not around here
No, it's written by Matt Asay
"The impartial answer is that all deliberate killing is murder or that none is.."
That "impartial answer" is not only not accepted in military circles, but also neither in civilian law. There is a huge spectrum. "murder" is *unlawful* deliberate killing, which for example deliberate killing in self-defence isn't.
Your first example is stretching the concept beyond the breaking point, and your others are only a little better.
That's a mildly interesting corner case
No. Killing the enemy is not murder.
... just waiting for someone to quote Team America.