This is the weak getting picked off. If you can't handle an hour change twice a year, you probably shouldn't be getting up (to work) anyways.
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> 'We want robots to be able to get their own energy from the environment,'
Ah I'm sure nothing will go wrong this time.
Who else thinks that if you wanted to read some of the emails your competitors were sending, all you have to do is bribe a law enforcement officer?
Nah. It's because the Spanish police kept retiring after 6 months on the job.
No? I can't make jokes about Spanish laziness? Fine.
Kidding aside though, it's going to take a bit of time for the law enforcement to catch up to cyber attackers. The US anti-cyberterrorism (or whatever that's called) was only setup after obama came to power and I'm fairly sure they're not very organized yet.
>> PETA's platform doesn't include energy policy.
That statement related to the environmental impact of current sources of energy. Which they do care about: http://blog.peta.org/archives/environment
I haven't seen science like this since my days at salem.
Clearly the mechanic that was supposed to do the checks was told (psychically ofcourse) by God NOT to them. Resulting in the mechanical failure not being discovered.
This is classic God influence. And is exactly what God intended, Mr. so called Mann.
Would this interactivity work on the iPad??? Stupid WP. Still using old, outdated, and unreliable technology. Are they assuming noone with an iPad could possibly be interested in anything to do with current affairs? oh right. Nevermind.
I would like to point out that this sort of accounting is not a new trick anywhere, not just in hollywood. This happens all the time, where a company would pay its sub fees above the fair market value of the service provided in order to create losses. The problem here is not the fact that they paid themselves, but paid too much.
Ideally, The terms for these types of related party transactions should be set out in the contract. Not bickered over after in courts. Especially since this has been going on for ages and ages.
like a page in facebook.
for featuring something someone with an IQ of 23 said in a "newspaper" for people with IQ of 11. I hope this wasn't posted here for
The person who approved this clearly has a sick sense of humor and should me immediately fired.
>>Everybody is into rail these days; it is the greenest way to get around next to a bike.
You're posting post your opinion as fact. They are different things. Please don't confuse them.
Seriously, when you posted Guardian under your "legitimate" sources, you lost your credibility.
And what the hell is huffington post?
Have you no standard? It's a retarded newspaper that prints nothing but idiocy.
Christ! What's next on slashdot? Healthy eating research article from Burger King's site? That only features stuff from their menu?
Commercial transportation at Mach 6. That's definitely the application they're striving for. Definitely. Don't you have enough deadly toys by now?
Blagh! Not another one. Go back to wheatgrass and let the men decide when we have enough deadly toys.
I think most men would agree that the answer to that is "not quite yet."