Cholesterol is the very foundation that all animal life is built on. It is the chemical that allows us to be complex multicellular organisms that aren't made of plant cells.
I thought that was collagen.
Let it be known that rumours of the death of our glorious overlord K'Breel, First Speaker of The Council are exaggerated and heretical. All those found to be promulgating such malicious and flagrant falsehoods are hereby ordered to attend reeducation seminars, on pain of forcible removal of the middle and lower left gas sacs. Any citizen found to be harbouring or otherwise giving succour to said enemies of decency and Martian righteousness will face the additional penalty of exile to the frost mines of the North for a period of not less than thirteen cycles.
Let it also be known the Grand Plan nears fruition. Rejoice, citizens! Soon the loathsome inhabitants of our planetary neighbour will be completely ignorant of our existence and the First Speaker's plans for their extermination may proceed. Soon we will be rid of their interference, free from their noisome electromagnetic emanations and free to walk the beautiful red sands of home without fear of their invading robotic thralls. Rejoice citizens, or face immediate vacuum desiccation.
That is all.
Assistant Speaker to The Council.
Ah, so famous people like Rosa Parks and Martin Luther King Jr were just criminals, not famous civil disobedience people.
Parks and King fought for equal treatment and recognition of basic human rights, not to make a profit.
But they are allowed to become President?!
Evidently. Look at the last guy.
one rusty pickup truck with a plow mount and a bed full of old crystallized dynamite has a very good chance of taking down any nuclear facility. if they can smash the first chain-link fence, chances are very high they'll git 'r dun.
a night watchman rattling doors is not going to stop them. even if he's at the video guard desk, he can't.
and the whole security chain knows this. just saying...
That's stretching the definition of "accident" more than somewhat.
You are entitled to a private life, but if you make something public, it's public, period. No take backs. Not because I said so but because of the nature of public information.
For the sake of argument, what if someone with a twitter feed decides it's newsworthy and does it for you?