By that argument then, a candy bar should make you sated. But it doesn't (despite Snickers' commercials), I'd say at least partially due to the small volume component.
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Does not stave off hunger?
You do realize that at least some "feeling full" is literally physically filling your stomach, right?
While yes, different foods fill one up differently, a can of soup that has only 160 calories in it can fill me up for a while.
I agree with you in general, but I think it's fairly easy to leadfoot it *unintentionally* and go fast, especially on big open freeways.
Actually, it seems easier in my electric car (smart electric, one of the wimpiest ones), because I'd at least notice the higher revving of the engine in a gas car, even in a high gear.
Well, see, that's part of the problem.. I don't "cook".
Though admittedly once in a while something I eat (like a few kinds of soup I like), the meat isn't really all that necessary.. But for the most part, the meat is often the most interesting flavor/texture of the whole thing, even if it obviously is a small portion overall.
Why the fuck do you need select people BEFORE you've even proven you can put robots on the planet.
So you can pipeline training the people with the robot work?
(Don't get me wrong, plenty else seems scammy..)
The best idea would be irradiation, but people are illogically afraid of it.
Make something as yummy _and cheap_ as meat, and I'll eat it. You're probably going to argue that it's due to water subsidies or something, but at least the various "meat substitutes" are all ridiculously expensive compared to real meat.
Yes, plain vegetables aren't.. but they're not as yummy..
Many of the crops grown in California don't require the climate. They are grown there because farmers can do year round harvesting. Otherwise you wouldn't have many of the items you like in the supermarket during the winter months.
Do you have specific examples? You do realize that many things come from other countries, e.g. grapes from Chile.
Do we know for sure that they have "lost" their memories, and haven't instead lost the ability to access the memories? At least the cliched "they sometimes remember their kids" moments seem to imply the latter.
Computer analogy: The hard drive's still there, but not plugged in.
Car analogy: The gas tank's full, but the fuel line is plugged.
As long as Spotify is paying the licensed amount, Universal has no say in it.. until the next contract negotiations.
(I generally don't use ANY of these streaming services, btw.. because of the ads and limited amount of skips.. in THEORY I'd love to find a lot of new similar music to what I have, but I seem to usually already own the various things it thinks are similar to the bands I choose.)
Yeah, such legislation would almost definitely be unconstitutional; but some sort of legalist slurry, similar to the one that made 'obscenity' mysterious-but-constitutionally-unprotected, would almost certainly have been emitted and might well have worked.
As long as it didn't actually ban anything, why would a labelling law be unconstitutional?
Also, it only covers 'indecency', not 'obscenity', which you used, but most people don't realize that the FCC's power to restrict content on OTA stations (basic cable & satellite are _voluntarily_ following approximately the same standards) between 6AM to 10PM. Late nights, your stations _could_ be airing indecent stuff if they wanted to.
While the PS2 had a completely broken Z-Test
What is this referring to?
Is it http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Z... ??
If so, can you give a real world example of this being used in a game?
Ooh, which ones are the God of War clones?
The computer you're posting from isn't something that anyone _needs_.
You need water, air, food, and shelter.
In theory, I want people to want to vote.
But hey, if you're too lazy/stupid to vote, better for me, since my vote then "matters more".
(BTW, I purposely don't vote on a lot of things, from propositions I don't know enough about or care either way, or most local political votes.)