They do. Compare a European car with a US one. Faster with smaller, more fuel efficient engines.
Not the point. That would be not entering into a new contract with that person. This is about altering the current contract (possibly after you've left). Pray they don't alter it further.
The reason it is difficult to match up is normally because that entire phylum got wiped out in any of the mass extinctions so there isn't anything to match up to; nothing evolved further because they were all dead. That there are similarities to extant creatures is coincidence.
We know that hundreds of phyla were wiped out. We don't know for sure how many as we only have fossil records to go on. There could have been thousands.
I don't see anything in that where a non-US citizen has to supply financial data, only that US citizens do through agreements with the country they reside in. Your wife to be can legally tell the US government to go fuck itself.
Joint accounts are a different thing, of course.
Except that there's a bunch of edits that to pushed that have nothing to do with politics. Like one for a dance movie.
So while it's good to see the positive spinning, it's also good to see the time wasting on the taxpayers dollar.
Except they mix it with lake water *after* filtering it, so you've got different shit in it now.
And that bullshit about powering on electronics if you're flying to the States? That just got broadened to *all* flights *anywhere*. I knew it was coming, I just didn't expect it within 3 fucking days...
She was never in when I called. Popular girl, that Jenny.
What physical perfection? That's the point of the singularity, to take the mental perfection and put it in a body that is capable of lifting 30 pounds. If not more.
Boron is B, Barium is Ba...
That's a whole new aspect to contention ratio when you can't hear Irving Berlin's "Always" because they don't have enough phonographs / copies free...
An IP address does not correlate to an individual. I would have thought someone with a user id below 1 million would know that by now.
Yeah, we've got this thing with the major ISP (BT) where you can get free wireless at hot spots around the world (FON) by ticking a checkbox that sets aside bandwidth on an open SSID on the router. The IP remains the same, but a claim of responsibility for what other people do with open WiFi gets a "fuck you" to the prosecutor and to hell with the contempt of court.
Because the older guys can fix the shit the younger guys made in a rush to get to the bars before they fill up.