It's very Seth Rogen driven comedy, funny at moments but most part of it smells a little like US propaganda. It depicts a smart, maniac and manipulative Kim Jung Un. Funny enough, we know CIA it's capable of trying to murder a foreign leader.
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This city was built in mind to have a car, so there's no way to solve the problem with wider streets. Other megacities have solved this problem with better public transportation.
99% of iPhone users buy a case for their thin devices.
We have very long summer breaks. My kids have the French calendar, two whole months for vacarions, and a week break every six weeks.
Civilization comes with war. Warriors need a lot of testosterone and battles lead to anihilation of hi-testosterone individuals. I find some evolutive path to decrease of testosterone.
Maybe the videos are 30FPS but the player is doing some interpolation to achieve 60FPS, like modern TV displays.
If you travel a lot for business there's a chance you have to fly for half a day or even more hours, sign a contract, shake hands and return home the same or next day. Using business class is the best way to arrive fresher for you meeting and make good decisions. For me doesn't make much sense to pay business for a less than 4-5 hours flight, but that's just me.
Well, this doesn't help with the point, Right? How Chile can be a beacon of democrac if it had a dictator after dictator? According to you words.
And he left a bunch of "senadores designados" or non-elected senators in the law. There are still traces, but that's not the point. The point is, Chile is hardly a beacon of democracy, because generals tend to interfere with politics a lot.
A beacon of democracy? Chile had at least 5 military internventions in the 20th century.
There's a law that avoids liability for food donation:
Clinton signed the Bill Emerson Good Samaritan Act.
So no legal reason no to donate food.
I wonder if these guys really have no connection to Tesla in any way.
I don't have 128 GB in music, it's a lot of money. But I like to run and my shuffle is convenient for the 40 minute training; no movable parts and lightweight. .
"The news is likely to hurt ties between the US and Mexico."
Hardly. When you have huge difference of powers the weaker nation, Mexico in this case, can only act as offended but forget the issue very soon and go on.