No, I think it's rather different, but yes, I do think a semi-nomadic people like the bedouins have a rather different view. Given the land rights they had dated back to the Ottoman era, and were widely ignored, they're probably right not to believe in land ownership.
Peaceful coexistence on Israel's terms. That's an interesting interpretation of peaceful coexistence.
Much like in the US though, my understanding was that the residents didn't really have a concept of land ownership, so I'm not sure it was an entirely valid transaction.
There's no reason they couldn't offer a cosmetic stick as an add-on, with a soundtrack to match. It's not like petrol driven cars are above piping sound in via the speakers to improve the experience.
Quite, so film in front of a live audience. Red Dwarf is a good example where they switched away from a live audience, and you really notice the damage.
If you're talking about simple web graphics, then yes, PNG is often a good choice. Lossy compression simply makes more sense for photos, as the compression ratio is that much better. Always using PNG is idiotic, as is always using JPEG. JPEG2000 is not our saviour.
Oh don't get me wrong, I'm no different. But looking at religious behaviours in contended and violent regions is, in my own opinion, quite difficult to analyse. It might make you think that religious fanatics went to war in WW1 for example.
Also note that if you're blind, you may be applying for DLA via a website that, yes you guessed it, isn't accessible...
There are no atheists in the trenches.
I thought petrol in a diesel caused excessive wear of some components that expected lubrication from the diesel that they don't get from petrol. If you look into average repair bills for misfuelling, it's considerable.
Am I wrong in thinking the UK has a plutonium stockpile it really doesn't know what to do with? Simply not juicy enough?
That's not true, they're not entirely generous to Chinese or Romanian ones either.
You've seen Cooking Mama right?
They can have weather radar along with a radar altimeter, but I think you're right that they don't have radar for detecting nearby aircraft.
We go with username@domain and A.N.Other@domain as the main alias, where there are conflicts they get a number added to the end. People want a fancier alias all the time, so it doesn't make sense to generate them ad-hoc as it'd just generate too many support requests.