So THIS is what that slogan is all about...
Either the law is the law, equal for all, or its just so much politically correct farce and sadly more and more in the west the law has become the latter,with certain groups being ignored when they are racists while others are punished.
In case you missed it, TFA is about Germany. You know, the country that plunged the world into 6 years of hell thanks to the Nazis, and the country that is now committed to preventing that from ever happening again. So yes, they have special laws that target neo-Nazis. And I don't blame them.
In some places it is legal and regulated and those problems don't exist.
Incorrect. Prostitution was legalized in the Netherlands years ago, but it's still rife with abuse and human trafficing.
The pricing was calculated to even out for users who drive an average amount of km per year.
Electronic booths are simpler, but not cheaper when you have to blanket the entire country with them.
The Dutch proposal called for a tax based on congestion. Busy road->more expensive, i.e. it was both time and place sensitive. The idea was to offer drivers a monetary incentive to not use the roads when they are busiest, alleviating traffic jams for those who do need to be on that road at that time. Odometers don't cut it for this use case.
This would have replaced the current ownership tax in favor of a system where the heaviest users pay the most.
Even if that leads to the pressure inside the container being lower than outside? If the seal is airtight, there's nothing to replace the lost helium.
Except that West Ford was designed to aid communication, not inhibit it.
...to arrive instantly at my destination, should I want to.
For 2,000 years the human nose (standard equipment on most humans) was not the correct way to detect foul and spoiled milk?
Most humans, yes. My nose is bad enough at detecting spoiled milk that the first thing I notice is the milk turning solid when I warm it, so I welcome this development.
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