But offsetting that is most of the ACs stayed here, in the cesspool they created while running away from their reputation. You are what you wallow in.
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There is always http://soylentnews.org/ Formed by people sick of the nonsense that goes on here.
Shopping around for juries and judges in rural areas is a big problem that should be addressed
If it were that simple, the small player would have an equal chance.
The problem is there are some courts where the jury pool is populated by patent friendly people, some of which are not above going to great lengths to hide these facts during Voir dire. The Eastern District of Texas
Point is, they aren't licensed by cities.
You are a barber or a nurse, you can practice in any city without the city's permission. Worst case, you might need a business license, but even that is a state license in most places.
Cities don't license plumbers, painter, interior decorators, electricians, doctors, lawyers, nannies, or nurses. Even though these people need much more training.
Cities license taxi's to control entry to the profession, create artificial scarcity, engender private car ownership and collect revenue. But in most cities, licensing cabs doesn't even pay back the cost of doing so.
So it's all about protecting car dealers, and creating a false scarcity. The only people protected are cab drivers.
I would think the drivers should be licensed the same as taxi drivers, as far drivers licence is concerned.
And insurance sounds like a good idea too.
Maybe even a criminal background check.
But I find it rather amazing how every municipality around the world is rushing to the defense of existing taxicab services.
I wonder about the sheer amount of money that must be changing hands to induce all city governments to sing the same song from the same hymnal in perfect unison. How does that happen? You can't get two city governments in the same state to agree about much of anything. But these cab companies have cities cowed all over the world.
The funny thing, is if cab companies adopted some digital hailing and hiring tools, they could compete on price and availability.
Until nobody else wants to own a yacht, a green house for their own vegetables and fruits and whatever artificial meat you want and your own private space station there will not be unemployment unless it is created by government. Unemployment is created by government rules, laws, taxes, nothing else. Absent rules, laws and taxes designed to stand in your way, when you are trying to build a new business, all you are limited by is your imagination.
Can't see people buying in to a life where they get a stipend from the government to sit around and do nothing.
Hmmm. I can't think of a single thing they are qualified to do, except breed.
Drinkman and Smilianets were arrested at the request of the DOJ while traveling in the Netherlands in June 2012.
Let me guess, was this an all expense paid Tour of the Netherlands that Drinkman's email address Won?
The first Iraq war was the last time one was used.
Was that the one that Rihanna was stationed on?
Buddy, have you SEEN a florida mosquito?
Pffffft. The twin engine mosquito in Alaska eat those Florida skeeters for lunch. By the dozen.
I predict that everything will go exactly according to plan. There will be no unforeseen consequences. Nope. No way Jose.
Time to calm down.
This has been done for years, using irradiated males to breed with females which then lay sterile eggs.
So far, no monster mosquitoes.
It should be obvious to you that this plan will result in a self eradicating strain.
Yes. And the problem is that VB is MS only. It is a vendor lock in.
It soon won't be, though. But I reckon waiting for this stuff to show up would be kind of a setback for a four-year college degree.
At some point in time the cure becomes worse than the disease. I think we're already past that point.
You have to know that the spy agencies have a list of demands they hold for situations like this. Strike while the terror is hot.
If your tinfoil hat is on too tight you might suspect they fund some of these events when ever they don't get their way.
Nah, that's crazy talk. Where are my meds....
Finding things that kill bacteria is easy. Finding things that kill bacteria and do not significantly harm the host, now that is the hard part.
The hardest part might be finding patients willing to spend a year dead and buried in some random field just to cure a case of jick itch.
Err. Rocket is from the guys that brought you CoreOS. CoreOS uses systemd. Not the same thing.