The lowly and common microwave oven is a by-product of war and the MIC.
Call me a peace-loving commie hippy if you want, but I'd be willing to do without a microwave oven if we could just skip the war.
Actually I've heard the PTSD can be even worse - the human brain is apparently not that well suited to killing people 8-to-5 and then going home to the wife and kids who can't relate at all.
The carpal tunnel syndrome is a real bummer too.
In the ancient world, Greek athletes competed naked, and rubbed with a layer of olive oil.
I advocate this as the rule for all modern Olympians.
especially the Japanese women's ice hockey team.
FREE AMANDA KNOX
If they're free, I'll take two.
The Educational Institute of Engineering and Industrial Operations
Isn't that where Old McDonald had a farm?
A better comparison would have been the French revolution.
"Let them eat Apples"
Spelt is the way "spelled" is spelled in British English.
I was = past I am = present I will be = future but you've never needed I have been = perfect I was being = imperfect I had been = pluperfect
Pretty much all languages express the same tenses, it just depends on how.
It is far from that simple. English does not have a future tense. There are many different constructions for talking about the future, with various nuances of meaning.
For example, you can say
I will fly to America
I'm going to fly to America
I'm flying to America next week
There are at least 12 different future constructions in common use in English, of which the above are just the most frequently used.
Every language has its own quirks. Some languages don't bother with tenses at all. Learning to appreciate that there is more than one way of doing things broadens the mind.
"I now have the body of a 12 year old
Well he shoud give it back.
What's the use case for any more than 50% write?
That would explain why I got a dildo, two pounds of Kona coffee, a Mickey Mouse Ears hat and the third season of My Little Pony in the mail last week...
How come they shipped you my order?