MPAA doesn't have a problem stealing food from grandma's mouth right? With all of the incorrect accusations of them stealing movies when all they had was an IP address and sent out a form letter. Maybe I should have posted it as "Corporations are people."
Corporations are people, my friend!
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That is not PC... you mean "They Fox News'd it." LoL
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The only person I know who is for Ron Paul and who has tried to "help me see his ways" as the way forward, was a person who owed a lot of taxes, who filed for sovereignty in a state that's a Republic and who now has no more personal tax liability. This is also a person who has a business in the same state and is having issues with his business - he is being sued for damage to something he transported (he's a transporter). So, instead of dealing with the lawsuit as a responsible individual/business, he let his domain and email expire and is starting again under a different name. Can't go into more detail, but that's basically the situation.
While I understand that he has a problem with taxes, I have a problem with him not understanding that if he, like most all of us, doesn't pay at least some taxes "into the system," he wouldn't be able to even have a transport business because no one is going to personally venture to set up the massive infrastructure he uses everyday to make money. And even if someone was willing to do so, I couldn't even imagine what the cost would be to use it.
I've been fortunate to have been able to travel abroad quite a bit and have found the option of "free road" vs toll road." Free always takes longer, is more exciting (dangerous), and might have the benefit of experiencing new things. Toll will get you to where you want to go faster and safer, but at a cost. And during a long journey, it adds up.
Yah... like the sole comment on that page said... 'there's a reason they're always empty, even handicapped people don't want to park there, they just want to get treated the same as everyone else!'
Well that's my point, I also saw those and wondered if they worked as reviews on that style could go either way. So in buying 1 cheap flat antenna, I ended up finding a gem! I went back and bought plenty more, not just for me but for others as well.
I picked up some $15 flat antennas and they end up working really well. Here's what they look like: http://alatest.com/reviews/tv-antenna-reviews/artec-digital-an1-digital-flat-antenna/po3-75349031,207/
They can only "walk like humans" if they can't walk in a straight line! They just tested out that 'myth' on mythbuster of humans not walking straight unless they can see where they're going. It was really interesting to see, even the swimming portion. If you haven't seen it, check it out:
WALK A STRAIGHT LINE
Premiere: Oct. 12, 2011
Is it impossible for humans (without a point of reference) to walk in a straight line, such as when they're blindfolded? Will binary explosives, well, explode in the case of a fender bender? The MythBusters are on the case.
Although there is always more work to do, that doesn't mean there's always people who want to do it. Interestingly enough, I think part of the reason for advancement in technology (on farms) was not only for greater profit, but also to replace the hard to find work. Sure, "anyone" could work the farm, but that doesn't mean they were any good at it OR they wanted to do it. Having read books about migrant workers, they were very poorly treated and extremely underpaid - both because they were "undocumented workers."
Now adays you can't get "documented" workers to break their backs on farms, so technology plays a great role in that sense. Unfortunately the same people who don't want to break their backs, I would argue, probably don't want to take the time learn anything demanding because in the end, the people who are willing to break their backs, we could say are willing to do anything for work including learning things for better opportunities in life.
The point was not that they can guess what clothes they are, but rather she can tell me what color/patterns they have in darkness!