Not acting per se, but he was excellent in the Caddyshack documentary. Some of the insights into how that movie got made were awesome. Especially his observations about the direction a movie can take when you decide to make an animatronic gopher one the lead characters.
Here's a link the to US treatment:
Yes, it looks like the limit can be $50 in some cases (but that requires that the thief personally present the card before you're told the card vendor that it is missing). If only the number if stolen, the card holder has no liability.
And rules are very different for debit cards.
Correction: there are no primary refineries. There may be some secondary facilities. In any event, if someone sneezes at any the refineries in CA, gas prices in Oregon go through the roof.
Additionally, there are no refineries in Oregon. All of the gas has to be trucked in from CA or WA. That has to add to the cost.
I'm still pissed that they bought up SageTV and appear to have done absolutely nothing with the technology. One of the better comprehensive PC-based DVR/media streaming systems destroyed. Even with zero updates and little support for 2 years, I still use it. The HD300 is still an excellent media streaming box.
That's because "Girlfriend" is a defined term here on Slashdot: a mythical creature (see e.g. roc, pegasus, unicorn).
Indeed. And a Toledo Salamanca broadsword can easily remove the head of Viking.
What exceptions are you referring to? I can see why a landlord might not want to rent if the marginal operating costs (janitors, maintenance, tenant improvements, security, etc.) exceed the rents. But I'm not sure what tax benefits are realized by letting the building sit vacant if there are tenants who will pay rents that exceed marginal operating expenses. I can't imagine that there are any property tax benefits, and income tax is applied only on actual income. The landlord can claim depreciation on its returns regardless of occupancy. I'm genuinely curious. Does NY have some sort tax on gross revenues (like Washington's business and occupation tax)?
Yes, a spoiler alert was definitely justified.
that hot chick in The Crying Game is really a dude
The white whale lives
It's a joke. But seriously, I work in the healthcare field and have a number of gastroenterologist friends who have told me about this therapy before. One method of administration is via a nasogastric tube and, sorry here folks, but notwithstanding the physical integrity of the tubing, just knowing that pureed shit was being pumped through my nose and down my throat would cause me some significant levels of distress (or maybe not, as it appears the C. Diff. is a really crappy illness to have, pun intended).
Yeah, the whole idea kind of leaves a bad taste in my mouth.
I took a sternwheeler ride up the Columbia River last year. At some point, a bunch of guys in kayaks got behind us and rode our swell about 10 miles up river without paddling a single stroke.
However, they got into trouble when we turned around because the sternwheeler didn't have to go all that fast to get back to port on time. So the swell wasn't big enough for the kayakers to ride. They had to paddle the 10 miles back (albeit with the current).
No, OP is right. Please listen to this if you still believe otherwise: