This - it's 10.30 april 2nd, not april tools day, and even logged in im still getting this stupid unreadable bullshit, and im NOT getting whatever the hell button you're on about above. I'll check again in a month or so to see if you've gotten back on track with geek/IT news and not deliberately pissing off your readers.
Completely agree - who would have though that deliberately obscuring the sample text would encourage me to simply stop reading at all. AMAZING!
fangmcgee writes "Lab-grown leather apparel could hit the runways in as little as five years—all without harming a hair on a single animal's head, according to Andras Forgacs, co-founder and CEO of Modern Meadow, a Missouri-based startup that's approaching meat-and-leather production from a tissue-bioengineering, rather than farming, point of view. Backed by Breakout Labs, the grant-awarding foundation headed by PayPal co-founder Peter Thiel, Modern Meadow seeks to combine regenerative medicine with three-dimensional printing to synthesize leather and ultimately meat."
None of which is worth the paper it's not even printed on or signed if it runs afoul of local law. You can cite as many as you wish, that doesn't make them magically waver legal rights, *even if you agree to them*
Time to buy shares in boats - or just buy boats.
now that's just damn cool.. even if not really blurred in any way shape or form
so at what point does being worried about the state of your countries political affairs and the direction that the laws being introduced seem to be headed consitite anything but prudence? "The United Kingdom is felt by some to be moving quickly in the direction of a police state, with biometric identity cards, continuous surveillance and long term detainment without trial all having been introduced by the government." (from wikipedia on police state) Wow.. seems like they have the basis for what people are worried about.. And now they're introducing yet more measures... but anybody who says anything to that effect must be a moron cause zimbabwe is worse.
Doc bills won't ome down : the amount of time they spend on each patient will.
nope, unfortunately, it gets repetitive about 20minutes into it.. roughly 3 minutes after you get out of th water.