Citation and clarification please. Which part is a "myth' and wrong? I get the impression that you are not knowledgeable in the various forms of ammunition available for the various types of commonly owned guns.
On a side note, I've had the opportunity to try to purchase some REO properties in my region. It turns out a lot of the forces buying up REO properties from HUD and the banks are groups like "Selene Real Mortgage Opportunity Fund" (SRMOF) and those like them, and they are by-and-large driven by the same folks who brought us the 2008 crash. In other words, they're double-dipping in the communal sauce.
There may be not requirement for DHCPv6 in IPv6, but that's not to say that DHCPv6 does not have merits to it. And DHCPv6 still requires router advertisement.
Castoreum would be considered a natural flavoring. So "natural" really means nothing of consequence, and artificial equally means nothing of consequence... unless you prefer fresh-squeeze beaver anus, that is...
Tell that to the police who have been receiving MRAP's and other combat zone armored vehicles including some types of tanks. They got them in my city too.
You must be new here.
:-) The telcos have "gentlemen's agreements" where they mostly collaborate to not rock the boat too much for anybody else in it. It's rare that some company really creates waves. Question: What's the most expensive bit of data to the telco? Answer: The one they didn't collect a fee on.
I have to question those numbers. Perhaps if you're in the stone age paying for a voicemail per-seat license per year or something like that, sure. But you're still doing it wrong. Voicemail is pretty damn cheap to run and doesn't cost much in storage space either (look at those AMR sound files that some cellphone providers save their voicemails in that your Android phone then downloads).
Universities have gladly contributed to the concept that everybody needs a college education to work. Sorry, I'm going to agree with Mike Rowe on this one: you don't need a degree to keep track of my schedule or answer my phone calls for me. In fact, I'd guess that anywhere between 1/3 and 1/2 of all office type of jobs don't require a degree for competency either.
Are there not sands that are a fine enough grain that they can be used instead? That would at least mean we're putting something that is commonly found in the water back in it instead of plastic microbeads.
Psssh... only high school and college? How about politics and big businesses?
You keep using that word. I don't think you know what it means. Now according to the summary millenials started being born in 1981. In a few more articles, millenials will start encompassing those who were born in 1975 or later...
Ya know, lots of written languages in the world have no cursive equivalent. Those folks seem to do quite well without that b.s. "important to the development of young brains" cursive writing. In fact, many of them seem to do much better than we do with our dying cursive (haven't used it myself in over 2 decades).
Blaming the microwave is like blaming a car for making somebody fat. I use my microwave all the time - to heat up pre-made homemade meals that I divide out into single servings and freeze...
Forgot to add that the kid that wasn't vaccinated was a child of antivaxxers, and was in the ER for... wait for it... MEASLES.