Cleaning the grounds out of a french press is awful. The aeropress completely fixes that problem.
But the cause isn't the schools, it's the free money
Asolutely the exact problem with the (so called) higher education, ALSO the same problem with HEALTH CARE!
The big-government entitlement handout asshats (Democrats and RINOS) pour money into the system and then wonder why the costs skyrocket! Simple economics - no wonder Congress (and leftists) can't figure it out.
But it's the libtards and leftists who profit from the education cost debacle, where do you think that $1T went? Into the pockets of the leftist scum that runs the college system (read: leftist programming camps) who, after filling the minds of the young with socialist lies, fund the campaigns of scum like Obama.
It's all there in the light of day to be seen, yet cue the libtards to start squealing "you can's say that!" in three, two, one...
No because "state schools collecting $100,000 in borrowed money and giving degrees in women's studies" are 100% fictional.
Is that you Harry Reid, or some other lying libtard?
My intention wasn't to be partisan at all, actually. I just noticed how goofy political "philosophies" seem when we set them aside for a minute. It didn't come across in my post, for sure. I should really edit before I submit next time.
As someone who also happens to be a liberal, I applaud the amount of critical thinking and self examination in your post. In fact, if such wisdom were inherent in all humans, perhaps anarchist philosophies inherent in conservatism would actually work. Now there's a funny thought.
But you're supposing that you're paying for consumption. That's a very reasonable ideal.
Netflix is paying for content, which is one step towards turning them into any other "content provider," which is exactly where telcos want them to be. They want to be in between us and Netflix so that Netflix will scratch their beak.
The end game is not you or I paying for tiers of "bandwidth," it's getting us to pay for tiers of "content" -- we should resist this rather forcefully.
Mark Shuttleworth notes "The mobile industry has long been looking for a viable alternative to those that reign today.
This explains the vast numbers trashing their iOs and Android devices and switching over to Windows 8 phones. Good thing we'll have another trusted team like Canonical added to the equation.
I think the point was that that the left appears to be anxious to turn America into a prison state, as long as it's their guy running the prison.
The one's about taxation.
The one that taxation owns?
Syntax error, and ignorant.