In Morse code: 'Come in Rangoon.'
Friend google has prescribed me 3 doses of happy happy to be taken at the nearest confession booth.
Strictly speaking, the assertion mwvdlee makes is logical. You can't affirm the consequent like that. But it's completely unreasonable in that it freely disregards other available(and in fact trivially commonplace) information about how diseases, and HIV in particular, work.
If they have 20 deliveries to my 600 home neighborhood, will they send 20 drones or send a few drones multiple times?
Oh, no, that's absolutely an attempt at large-scale mental manipulation as well.
Because HIV has numerous properties that allow it to remain dormant in a host for a long time.
Oh this is the most intellectually lazy of bullshit.
Saying "Why would stopping treatment lead to a relapse?" as if there was no trivially understood relationship there. It's just... silly. I mean, come on bro, no one wants to jump to conclusions, but this is like saying "I stopped watering my houseplant, and at some point, it died. We don't know there's any relationship there."
If they count as a foreign nation. Since "no one country" owns space according so some treaty or another(okay, I admit, my memory is fuzzy on this), they might not.
But they will pay taxes on the income/profits. And there's no economic system that doesn't value the availability of new raw materials as a primary interest.
Worse than that. It's like Brave New World news. The only things fit to publish are the things that keep us happy(and thus amendable to advertisements in this case). It's not trying to make on specific entity look good, it's trying to engage in actual mind control via selection bias.
It looks like every world cup but perhaps a couple has had a different stitch pattern on the ball.
No, it doesn't. They were all somewhat different up until the Telstar introduced the 32-panel, pentagon-and-hexagon stitching pattern, but it appears to me that remained unchanged for almost 40 years, from 1970 to 2006. The balls in between appear to have the same stitching pattern, just different printed designs.
I dunno.. my LEAF's maintenance schedule for the first 150K miles is pretty much "rotate tires, every 7500 miles, check brakes every 15,000". Checking the brakes, of course, involves checking the brake fluid levels, so there is a fluid. At 150K miles you do have to replace the oil used to cool the battery charger.
But, in general, EVs are very close to maintenance-free.
Yeah, but see, you can have your cake and eat it too. Eject someone if you don't get what you want, once you have the pretense to defy the US.
It's never about the moral high-ground. It's always about diplomatic leverage.
This excludes actions by populist elected bodies or particularly fickle monarchs. But in general if one nation is doing something to another nation, it's maneuvering by state and intelligence departments.
No, a surprise would be throwing US agents in jail. This is definitely regular international diplomacy stuff.
The occasional persona non grata happens.
If you look at the reviews, they actually have several 4- and 5-star ones, but they look more canned.