I'm not mistaken, and I do live in Iowa. It has been the continual policy of Governor Branstad to give money to the largest corporate donators, not the largest group of Iowa citizens. Take a look at where road money has been spent during his current and previous terms. Then get back to me.
Rural roads will be abandoned...Rural land, especially family farms, will lose value...Family farms and rural housing will sell for much less due to poor access...Corporate entities buy the land and make a large farm or put up a factory..."This is good for Iowa. So, as the head of the Iowa Department of Transportation, I'll make sure these abandoned roads get as much money as possible to put them back up into working order." ---- Lets see the roads in question on a map, who owns the land next to them, and who made offers to buy the adjacent land before this announcement was made.
No - it is Salvage One
Translation: "I make more money than you do, so take it down or I'll ruin your life."
"I told him his name was in the book," - Elliot Ness (Kevin Cosner in The Untouchables.)
Translation: Another drug company paid the government to use the country as lab rats.
I thought Force Touch was when you were made to close ads before using the app.
"Due to gay marriage, the spouses are now considered dependents. Therefore, less money is coming into the IRS and we'll need to cut funds to the following social programs..."
No, for the same reason you're not also 100% protected from pregnancy.
Well, at least now there's a "good" reason to carry around a selfie stick.
I clearly remember seeing two days before the release that the PC could be had for $35-$40. Could it be these sellers had inside knowledge and purposely sold this broken product before word got out? If so, wouldn't this be something the Feds could look into?
Let's not forget this drugs sordid history. While this snake oil did sort of work, it was prescribed for decades before it was removed from the market. Funny how bad apples from the drug corps doesn't overturn the cart. But if they don't own the rights to something then all bets are off.
When medical science gives you no hope, you'll try anything.
You could say the same about political candidates. Yet people are going to waste a hell-of-a-lot of money on them really soon.
Well, yes and no... http://www.amazon.com/gp/custo...
... This person's one star review was posted three years ago and has garnered 76 responses. The most current was 20 days ago. It's amazing seeing the "You're right" - "No, you're wrong" conversation. Even when the company, right from the beginning, stated, "This is how your testing methods are faulty...", people are still saying this one star review has convinced them not to buy the product. [BTW: 88% of 4,121 people gave this product a 4-5 star review. ] So, while this review has survived the test of time, the only usefulness it has achieved is to show how bad testing methods are readily accepted if it's buried in enough data.