You almost had it. It is Grand Central Terminal, not station, because that is where the rail lines terminate. The trains do not pass through Grand Central, they stop (excluding the subway).
Republicans who want bigger, more intrusive, more expensive government. And how will this bigger government be paid for? With higher taxes, thus showing tax and spend Republicans are no different than Democrats.
Are the people who produced the horrid piece of trash they now call a web site part of the 15% being sent packing? What used to be a fairly easy way of getting stories in an easy-to-use format is now a jumbled mess of shitty colors and blocky outlines.
I, and many others I have heard, have stopped going to their site as a direct result of the change. If Mayer, or the morons in charge of web design, were hoping to get more eyeballs to their site, they have failed miserably.
Because having health insurance means you will never die.
It's like claiming more people have health insurance when you force them to hand over their money to a private company whether they want to or not.
More high quality products developed by private industry for the US Govt...
Considering the redesign they went through within the last week, I certainly hope the incompetent web designer and the person who signed off on the new look are both fired. Talk about a giant steaming pile of yak manure.
As to the women given preference, considering they're paid less, on average, than men, it only seems reasonable for a company to cut costs where it can. If the woman can do the same work as a man but for less money, that's a good business decision.
Or are the men now going to whine that they're being discriminated against when all along they've been saying there is no discrimination because it's all based on ability?
When one considers the $8 billion we taxpayers are forced to hand over to the apartheid state of Israel each year, combined with technology stolen by traitors such as Jonathan Pollard, it's not as if we didn't have a right to the images.
Besides, since they deliberately attacked the USS Liberty in international waters, claiming they couldn't see the American flag flying and didn't know it was a U.S. ship despite repeated radio transmissions in the clear stating as much over a 20 minute period, we need to be sure the next time they attack us they can't use the same excuse.
18 U.S.C. Â 2332b defines the term "federal crime of terrorism" as an offense that:
That's fine. I have no problem with helping such people since quite obviously they did not choose their condition.
Helping such people would be much more cost effective in the long run than the process we have now where everyone can do whatever they like secure in the knowledge someone else will pick up their tab.
Health is the responsibility of the person, not the community. Since the community has no say in how a person lives their life, whether that person smokes, gets drunk, uses drugs or is obese, why should the community be responsible to pay the medical bills for that person? Obviously the person doesn't care about their health or they wouldn't have chosen the lifestyle they lead.
A civilized society wouldn't force its citizens to hand over their money to protect those who choose to kill themselves through their own bad choices, especially when that society has endlessly informed its citizens about the dangers of such lifestyles choices.
This is now. Later is later.