(I realize we're talking about the German STATE spying on its own people, which is different. My MIL lived in East Germany and tells stories of how you never knew which of your neighbors or friends was passing info on to the state.)
Germans spy on Germans...what else is new? It's a piece of national pride to know everything about your neighbor...except when they die watching TV and nobody finds them for 16 years. It seems that every time I hear about one of those happening, 9 out of 10 times it's in Germany...
It's worse now that the other USVI Golden Goose (HOVENSA) has shut down. I've seen up-close-and-personal the graft that exists on St Croix...
My mom was born in E. St. Louis (in 1940, it was a little different then). The E. St. Louis of today makes Camden, NJ look nice.
Of course. That's the way things have been going around here (USA) for a while now. It's quite unfortunate you know.
Imagine a budget spreadsheet in Comic Sans. I've seen it and it made me cry.
I wasn't pre-med, I was a chem major and the hardest class for me was orgo due to the same reasons mentioned above.
Marky Mark is Mark Wahlberg. Donnie is on Blue Bloods.
Wouldn't your fingerprint be on the glass of the iPhone in the first place? Like, maybe, on the button itself?
OH yeah, for relevance this is in a town just north of Boston.
Last winter I stepped out my front door and smelled gas and called NSTAR and they came out with a truck and detectors and the whole lot. They smelled it too, but the concentration wasn't high enough to call it an emergency, so they put me on a repair list. Two weeks later I come home to find the street in front of my house spray painted by DigSafe and a note on my door saying I need to be home the next day. They came, ran a liner in the pipe from the main to my house, connected it inside, and were gone. No more gas smell.
Then they came 2 months later to replace my meter (which they do every 7 years).
And the EVIL Exxon Mobil's Net Profit Margin is 8.68% and its Operating Margin is 15.06% compared with the EVIL Microsoft's of 33.1% and 38.3% respectively.
There are three types of drug ads in the US - http://www.fda.gov/Drugs/ResourcesForYou/Consumers/PrescriptionDrugAdvertising/default.htm
The ones that mention both the drug and what it is indicated for are called Product Claim Ads and must enumerate the benefits and the risks including potential side effects. Reminder Ads give the drug's name but not what it is indicated for and Help-Seeking ads describe a condition does not recommend or suggest a specific drug or drugs.
Didn't Motorbootkompanie 10 used to open for Kraftwerk?