Look at the unregulated sections of autobahn. Unlimited speed limits, safer than U.S highways.
Just a guess, but German drivers are probably better trained and follow conventions (such as not driving in the passing lane or moving over when somebody behind you flashes his headlights) than American drivers.
I see so many people who drive in the passing lane for no reason and others who are mystified as to what a headlight-flash means. Either that, or they're just being jerks. Either way, I can't see unregulated speed limits working in the US.
I think the average beheading is pretty much against the law.
The act is, but photos or videos of it are not; so while your statement is true, it's irrelevant. However, even photos or videos of child porn (i.e., after the fact) are also illegal.
Facebook should be in the business business. If they can make more money by making the site more family friendly, at the cost of kicking out some of the dregs of 4chan, they should do so. Hell, they have an obligation to their shareholders to do so.
They can accomplish the same thing by allowing people to self-tag posts as "adult." (Or they could even have several tags such as "violence", "sex", etc.) Minors wouldn't be able to see such content (based on what tags their parents allow them to see). At worst, adult content that's not self-tagged as such would simply be tagged as such by Facebook if/when they're alerted to it. Adults who've chosen not to filter their content will get to see everything. It's a win-win and it's certainly better than outright banning.
If it's on a page you've "liked," unlike the page and stop following it. If a friend posts something you don't like, either learn to accept your friend is his or her entirety, or simply unfollow or unfriend your friend. Facebook shouldn't be your nanny.
4*4*4*4 = 256 eh?
64 ways of combining four letters taken 3 at a time to form a codon.
WTF are you getting at?
Re-read my post. I said what I'm getting at: they have to do a better job of birth control, i.e., providing condoms and actually getting people to use them, the catholic church not withstanding.
Anyway, if there was a ~100% effective vaccine taken by almost everyone, would that eradicate malaria itself, or could the malaria parasite continue to exist?
The latter since malaria does not require humans in particular as part of its life cycle.
I'm waiting until they reveal the next writer. Matt Smith has done a fine job, but Moffat just hasn't been giving him as good of scripts as Davies wrote for Eccleston and Tennant.
During the Eccleston and Tennant years, Davies' scripts were mediocre/bad. It was only Moffat that wrote the good stories (e.g., The Empty Child, The Girl in the Fireplace, and, probably the best story in the new series, Blink).
Given stories like that, I was really excited when Moffat took over from Davies, but, sadly, now that's he's lead writer, the stores are back to being mediocre/bad. It might be because being lead writer, nobody has the guts to tell him his scripts are rubbish and go back and rewrite them.
Zuckerberg isn't a fucking idiot
Then why is there even such a project (that he's delayed twice) to begin with?