Spoken like someone who thinks his situation is everyone's.
I think it's called 'Slashdot Disease'. The symptoms are particular apparent whenever the topic of tablet computers comes up.
"I think it's hard to make sanitation as sexy as a cell phone, but by integrating into the community and making it a hub, it can be something more popular," Linden said.
The toilet itself, called the Sol-Char, is a fascinating bit of engineering. In order to sanitize waste without the help of massive treatment facilities, Linden's team instead designed the toilet to scorch waste in a chamber heated by fiber optic cables that pipe in heat from solar collectors on the toilet's roof.
"A solar concentrator has all this light focused in on one centimeter. It'd be fine if we could bring everyone's fecal waste up to that one point, like burning it with a magnifying glass," Linden said. "But that's not practical, so we were thinking of other ways to concentrate that light.""
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Some of them also do independent work; but others (in terms of customer base and income) are basically federal employees in all but name and price.
And union protection.
"Vote Rahm, or stand accused of homphobia"
A minor edit of Obama's 2008 campaign, isn't it?
I don't think that's the point. I believe the point is that a dictatorship or single party rule is more efficient than a democracy or group run system.
Or it could be that the US is more in bed with the interests of businesses and is more likely to agree with them.
In any event, your reading of that isn't necessarily the correct one.
Show us on the doll where the priest touched you.
People who are 'not stamp collectors' generally don't form clubs around their 'not stamp collecting'. Or discussion groups about 'not stamp collecting'. They generally do not try to convince stamp collectors that they should not collect stamps. Etc...
Agreed. I'm an aviation enthusiast. I've never been in the cockpit of an airliner. I'm fairly confident I could reprogram the FMS of one in-flight to fly any route I wished. I've done it on flight sims that are fairly accurate, and they all tend to work about the same way.
Did you stay at a Holiday Inn Express last night as well?
Looks like it could be something called "Code Name: Barracuda or Johnny Nero"
Clearly the steel in the staples negates the effect of the tin foil.