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I've been divorced and I've been in the army.To me it sounds more like military or job absences. But we're just guessing....
Our local credit union hasn't sent us new cards yet. As far as buying at Lowes, I'll go to the register, have them ring me up, and then I'll say, "I'll be right back. I'm going to the cash machine at Grow Financial across the parking lot."
Whatever they send us may still take a PIN; we use debit cards, not credit cards, for our day-to-day shopping.
If I had to guess, I'd say heritable immunity.
const int one = 65536;
As an aside (that means off-topic, guys) this looks like part of a fixed-point arithmetic implementation. It may not be as silly as you think.
Those genes are not expressed, and we don't have copies of those viruses floating around our bloodstream.
Probably, and for the most part. But we used to think the genome was mostly "junk DNA" before we understood that much of it was homeotic in function. It seems to me that virus copies would not be conserved over time unless they were serving some function.
That's why their leaders come to the USA for treatment.
As an American, I don't see how I benefit from a health care system that according to you is good at providing care to the wealthy and powerful of the world, but which we also know is crappy at providing care to the rest of us. Are you suggesting that good health outcomes for select individuals trickle down?
If a health care system that worked better for the vast majority of Americans happened to also discourage the elite from treatment here, I'm prepared to live with that. In no small part this is because under the current system I might not wind up living at all.
I've been working sick, and it shows. Thanks for noticing the typo, now corrected.
Doubt is a pain too lonely to know that faith is his twin brother. - Kahlil Gibran