But 'killing' is such a negative word. I like to think the army is merely exercising its right to choose to terminate a pregnancy... retroactively. Why should the choice end at birth? We're just talking about post-natal fetuses.
I don't think they were technically aliens in The Abyss.
Yeah, tell that to Rosa Parks.
This is what scares me. Will they require us to lift our fat so they can rifle through our folds? What about large breast? I was humiliated enough as a chubby child. Being forced to jiggle my fat in a body scanner will make me snap. A very hostile fat man will ground all flights for a week.
Have you never dropped an iron and tried to catch it with your hands? It does affect your ability to reproduce solo.
Charging China a paltry fee of 12,335,273,000,149 would do the trick.
Who would have guess that those child porn laws would be good for something?
You're in the wrong business!
This article confuses me. Would someone be kind enough to explain it to me with a car analogy?
TechnologyResource (1638031) writes "Apparently GPS isn't just for the geographically challenged anymore. Just last week, the FBI and local police were able to track down suspects in a suburban Chicago bank robbery thanks to two credit-card-sized Global Positioning System devices that had been stuffed in with the stolen cash. Debbie Jemison, a spokeswoman for the Illinois Bankers Association in Springfield, said she first started hearing about use of the GPS devices about two years ago, but this was the first time in Illinois "we are aware of" in which they were used to solve a bank robbery. Last week's robbery, according to the FBI affidavit, took place around 10:40 a.m. Dec. 30 at the TCF Bank on Torrence Avenue in Calumet City, Ill., in Cook County. One robber, about 6 feet tall, clad in a black hooded jacket, dark skull cap and scarf over his face, walked up to the teller with a small pistol and said, "Don't push any buttons," according to the eight-page affidavit. Moments later, a second robber, about 5-foot-9 and wearing a tight-fitting mask, jumped over the counter and gathered the money, which included two GPS devices, according to the affidavit. A third man was involved in the planning of the robbery, according to court papers. By 11 a.m., the FBI had "identified the approximate location of the tracking devices," the affidavit said. Police went to a home on Wabash Avenue in Dolton and spotted a dark-colored ski mask and dark clothing inside a car. The FBI then pinpointed a home with tracking devices and found one of the suspects inside. Another one had been picked up on the street a short time before, and a third was caught not long after, the affidavit said. Brad Borst, president of Rocky Mountain Tracking in Fort Collins, Colo., which sells the devices to banks for about $500 each, says he sees a promising future for sales. "I think there's a growing demand," he said."
Link to Original Source
Link to Original Source
Tain or runway? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DwIxkzQxppg
Stop screwing yourself. Why are you still screwing yourself? The government is making us screw ourselves!!!
In other news, you should jump off a cliff if it is the cool thing to do.
There is no making you happy. You aren't happy with naming your own price on WoG, you complain about crappy sales on WoG leading to DRM in a future game and then you threaten to not buy the game. You are truly an enigma.