Far more than the produce section of supermarkets. The outside of every pharmacy, hardware store, grocery store, and even banks carry a similar warning sign.
In Soviet Russia, tradition
"Honest, officer! She tripped and fell on it 16 times!"
This question seems to suggest a question that may have to be answered first: Would robots be considered citizens of a country?
If so, now we're also talking about the rights of said citizens.
I've always thought of "exempt" as "being exempt from all laws regarding slavery".
I'm not sure if I can accept that.
Could you put a Power Point presentation together that would explain it?
Just reformat and reinstall.
Sorry, the summary of the article was TL;DR.
Can it calculate the sound of one hand clapping?
Hey! You Granby public pool managers suck at your jobs! You wouldn't know chlorine from liquid nitrogen if you stuck your hand in it! You can't clean hard water scale worth beans!
And your cooking probably sucks, too.
This brings to mind an interesting question: An Uber driver picks up a prostitute, who happens to be on the way to a client, on the Mo side of the city and drives her to the Ks side.
Could the Uber driver be prosecuted under the Mann Act?
"And your little dog, too!"
This gives me an idea...
Let's hold a hearing on scientifically driven politics, and don't invite the politicians!
With blackjack... and hookers!
I believe the politically correct term is now "Digital-American", at least here in the U.S.
I'm not too sure about that.
I remember a movie called "Atomic Café" that compiled various newsreels, documentaries and propaganda films from the late '40's through the '60's. In one of them a scientist explained that there are three components to an atomic explosion: heat, concussion, and radiation. Then he proceed to add that, of the three, radiation was not much of a concern.