As we did with Eternal September.
Crap, there's another bubble burst by pesky mathematics.
"This is an Amazon-sponsored..."
You could have fooled me, with that 30 second Geico commercial prefacing every Pilot offering I was sure the Gecko was sponsoring everything.
You sir have restored my faith in humanity.
In the garden of Eden, baby.
Grandaddy of them all i'int?
Your prediction would depend on another "one-size-fits-all" solution and as big Pharma is finding out, due to only testing prescription drugs on a select subset of the population, it just ain't true.
In fact, the case has already been made that formula â breast milk, in any way, shape or form.
In normal birth (vs. C-section), there's a fair amount of mess involved, much of it from Mom. So in that sense she's inadvertently passing on heritable and beneficial microbiota.
We, in our wisdom, tend to try and tidy things up too much and so may have set our progeny up for later failure.
The same attitude was prevalent about breastfeeding in the last century (don't do it, just buy our formula and keep those ta-ta's perky).
Well, that funding is doomed.
After all, science flies in the face of the elected party's platform, or at least one plank, albeit a critical one.
Studies have concluded DST is more expensive than standard time in energy costs (http://www.nber.org/papers/w14429.pdf), the last rule change, extending it by another month was estimated to have cost the US between $550M and $1B and may adversely affect accidents and medical conditions.
Do away with the time shift and set it to standard permanently, or set it to saving time, but stop the incessant back and forth, it's just plain silly.
This just eliminates the time frame Beltway insiders have typically had to wait while spinning through Washington's revolving doors.
It also serves to legitimize the fact we live in a corporatacracy.
But only the ones with stars and badges.
Lord knows, that's one organization that knows the value of inflation.
Regime change, again anyone? There've been enough indications it's sought after in some quarters.
Both Apple and Microsoft abandoned what was to me one of the most simple and elegant ways to deal with multiple programs and their windows.
I wish there was an easy way to enjoy that again on both platforms, rather than being subjected to the whims of designers and autocratic company executives.
But could someone kindly explain what "hoirs" (in the summary) are?