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Also, the costs of a death row inmate by far exceeds the costs of a long term imprisonment. (This is particularly true in the states that allow prison slave labor - which has a high correlation to the states that allow capital punishment). The many rounds of appeals that a death sentence automatically trigger cost a heck of a lot more than the room and board.
That's a dangerous argument in this case because a lot of death penalty proponents would simply reply that the appeal process is too lengthy, and that is not an inherent difficulty with the death penalty.
Not sure why you have this anti-avocado agenda. You're just regurgitating the 1970s and 1980s "facts" that claimed high fat diets made people fat. That's like claiming that drinking a lot of water makes you retain water. Avocados are 160 calories per 100g. That's not high for a "snack food". Most of their carbs are in dietary fiber, which is good. They have some saturated fat, but that's low in relation to the unsaturated fat so I wouldn't call it a problem unless your doctor is worried about blockages. They're also pretty damn high in several vitamins.
It's a lot better than dipping your chips in sour cream and onion dip, I'd say.
It's hard to get anything out of the trees without cutting them down and releasing the carbon dioxide. Also, trees are hard to grow on top of buildings.
It's OK-- most of the people commenting below didn't read the article either.
Starting today Seattle pedestrians can no longer pat their pockets and claim to have no cash
So now they will have cash? MAGIC!
Who forced him? You said never.
And yes, this kind of bold thinking is rare. That's why success is business is almost as rare.