When it comes to guns, you judge first, taking whatever story constructs the best straw man for you to knock down. You never suggest waiting for all of the facts to arrive before casting judgement.
Don't worry; Detroit is still fucked.
Came for the Armageddon reference; left satisfied.
The guy was eighty years old, the young people attacked and robbed him in his own house and had done so before. If he shot her before they left, it was certainly justified. If it was indeed in the alley he should certainly face murder charges. As the article says, that hasn't been determined. Personally, I'm going to withhold judgement.
It involved a gun. DR is going to assume the worst.
Did Hitler mean well?
Charging her accomplice with felony murder is pretty clear cut (depending on how the statute is written). Death occurs during the commission of a felony.
The old man... It is going to take a little time. His advanced years would tend towards going to violent defense sooner rather than later. It does seem like a questionable shoot.
So, any thoughts about the doctor who capped his patient last week?
No, I'm not even trying to hint that. APK is whom, exactly?
A modern version of Eliza that plagues slashdot from time to time.
Much of healthcare is devoted to taking care of people who are throwing away their own right to their own life. (The overweight smoker speaks from experience)
They meant well, though, right? No matter what bad they do, they meant well, and that makes up for it. You know, like Hitler.
Right. But the point is that they now say it was an oversight, even though the architect said it was intentional, and for a specific and well-defined purpose.
So we know the language of the text is clear: it's for state exchanges. Their argument became, "well that wasn't intentional; if it were, that would be contrary to the purpose of the ACA." We know however, based on this quote and other similar ones, that it was intentional, and perfectly in line with the purpose of the ACA.
It sounds like this transformer had its center tap grounded and was the path to ground on one side of a ground loop as the geomagnetic field moved under pressure from a CME, inducing a common-mode current in the long-distance power line. A gas pipeline in an area of poor ground conductivity in Russia was also destroyed, it is said, resulting in 500 deaths.
One can protect against this phenomenon by use of common-mode breakers and perhaps even overheat breakers. The system will not stay up but nor will it be destroyed. This is a high-current rather than high-voltage phenomenon and thus the various methods used to dissipate lightning currents might not be effective.
Gruber said in another comment in 2012 that the reason why you can't get subsidies for the federal exchange is so that states will be encouraged to make their own exchange.
In March 1989 much of Quebec lost power for the same thing.
They lost power because the common-mode breakers tripped, not because their system was actually damaged.
Look for a hybrid apnea mask. Has nasal pillows and a lower portion that covers the mouth.