This one also works.
This is one won't get you laughed at like the ones in the list.
TWC got spun off from Time-Warner and is a separate company.
If the proposed deals go through, Comcast won't be getting any of the company that owns CNN and HBO, and Rupert won't be getting any cable plants.
You know that Time-Warner Cable got spun off from Time-Warner and is a separate company now, right?
Reduction In Force
"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.
It seems that the launch site has been rather precisely determined. Perhaps you missed that memo.
And no matter how much evidence the US or Ukrainian government produces, no matter how detailed and annotated, Russia will dismiss it with a wave of a hand as fabricated, slanted, biased...whatever they want. They'll never admit responsibility.
What they need to do is to organize UN peacekeeper mission there, not wage proxy war with US.
Yes, because UN peacekeepers have such a long, sterling reputation on stopping stuff like this from happening.
But regardless, the UN will never do anything in this conflict. Russia holds a veto in the Security Council, and they will stop any such measures from ever happening.
Instead of holding the people who commit crimes responsible for their crimes, you blame advertising for making them want to commit crimes. Typical liberal bullshit.
There is such a concept as aiding and abetting, or being an accessory to, a crime. Many people have been tried and convicted who themselves did not directly commit a crime.
If you don't believe that concept is applicable here, I'd like to know why. If someone else believes it does apply, I'd like to know their reasoning as well. I don't see how "liberal" or "conservative" has anything to do with it. It's a question of ethical responsibility, not political ideology. By failing to understand that, you're handwaving and dismissing a valid and worthy question about the nature of pervasive advertising and its effect on the population.
I never said they were immune to crashes, but I did say that the value of the money is based on the economic output of the country. So while the USD isn't backed by gold, it's backed by something much more valuable.
Actual currency has a value that's generally standardized and stabilized by the output of the economy of the country and its value is backed by the government. For all its faults, fiat currency is way more stable over time than bitcoin and its derivatives.