"The government cannot bestow dignity, and it cannot take it away." - Clarence Thomas
If it took a constitutional amendment to prohibit alcohol, how can they prohibit cannabis without one?
This might be the first time a GNAA post would be on topic...
Or are you suggesting that something so ephemeral as an image could lead to action on the part of rage induced media overload
That was pretty much the claim that was made when Sarah Palin's group showed Gabby Giffords' congressional district with a crosshair over it.
There was a reason why the part about referencing how it was before the medallion system was included in the post you replied to.
The medallion system was EXPLICITLY DESIGNED to reduce the number of taxis in New York City. That was the MAIN FEATURE of it. Licenses were introduced to regulate the drivers, but that was separate from the medallion effort.
Go back and do your homework.
Great! You're now qualified to announce that you'll be running for President on the Republican ticket in 2016. Best of luck and may the best sound-bite or hairpiece win!
Nobody I know does their SF-86 form on paper. It is an online form completed through a system called "e-qip".
Those jobs are factory assembly work, not "tech". They are in the same category as assembling car parts, radios, or toy wagons. Cook is talking about creative development where you work with your mind, not simple low-skilled labor.
Yes, it sucks. But conflating the two in this article is dishonest.
The summary forgot the word "exclusive" as in "exclusive to PlayStation" or "exclusive to Xbox".
multi-platform titles fared much better, but can't be used as a reason to buy one console over another.
An SF-86 is what you fill out if you're getting a security clearance. If it is SECRET level, they pull a credit report, criminal check, and send postcards to your relatives and references asking questions about you.
If it is TOP SECRET they send investigators out to talk to former neighbors, friends and relatives instead of sending a post card. They do a real investigation.
The big question is whether or not the results of those investigations are kept in the system with the forms. You know, sort of one big file on an individual. My best guess would be "yes".
"In Australia, up until about 1967, there were literally thousands of babies dying each year, doctors didn't know why, and it was awful," explains Jemma Falkenmire, of the Australian Red Cross Blood Service. "Women were having numerous miscarriages and babies were being born with brain damage."
It was the result of rhesus disease — a condition where a pregnant woman's blood actually starts attacking her unborn baby's blood cells. In the worst cases it can result in brain damage, or death, for the babies. Australia was one of the first countries to discover a blood donor with this antibody, so it was quite revolutionary at the time.
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