Even better as you can track the click-through and know they are good to target for more U2 merchandising emails.
But if you then mugged the bank robbers - that's a lesser law broken and so not as bad bank robbery, although the rewards would be the same.
The State of Colorado seems to be profiting from weed rather successfully - something like $7 million a month in state income (tax, licence, etc)
I thought it was "A foolish man built his house on sand, while the geek built his house in Minecraft."
As each cell has a CID (Cell ID) you can get software which will display this, and other, information.
If you know what the CID should be for a specific area then you can restrict your phone use if you don't recognise the CID.
eg. 2 phones - one a burner you NEVER use, but is always on so you can track the CID,
Your main phone you only switch on when you trust the CID of the cell you're in to make the calls.
A public database of Cell ID - http://opencellid.org/ Its a little out on some of its info, but its a good starting point.
but limit them to less than $10 a day.
I've got some testable predictions for other theories - but they're currently beyond our current ability to make a time machine and a FTL space craft, but I'm sure we'll get around to that at some point.
If you can't build the experiment then it is untestable, even if you have some vague idea of what the experiment requires.
The article states that even before the cast wages are included production costs are more than that of Doctor Who.
Either BBC is yet again showing what it can do on a shoestring budget, or Hollywood TV has over inflated production costs.
"I'll need a copy of his death certificate and proof of your power of attorney over the estate as I'm not permitted to deal with anyone other than the account holder, or authorised by the account holder"
Its because HP customers are used to printer ink cartridges being overpriced disposable units. They're thinking is to move this into computer components and release them as over-priced disposable units too.
"Within the French judicial system, personal and honest reviews have been sued by the restaurant owners - as such I am unable to leave an honest review of this establishment without risking legal action."
"Unable to leave an honest review"
You're not saying the restaurant is bad, just that you're unable to leave a review.
NASA has a reduced budget so has to do more with less.
The overarching goal is Mars...
The asteroid visit is a stepping stone, which they'll have to do anyway at some point.
Just like when they were going to the moon, they did a few orbits of the Earth first before moving to to orbiting the moon, then finally landing on it. The asteroid visits, capture, asteroid insertion into lunar orbit, etc are all steps rather than a single shot system whose only purpose is to get to Mars. We saw how useful Apollo was at being reused for other purposes. So multi-mission capable systems are what they're looking towards.
While NASA is harvesting resources from the asteroids, SpaceX might get their act together and propose their martian lander system. NASA can then throw resources at that, as they have done with COTS and CCDev.
Just because everyone thinks it is right doesn't mean that its correct.
Scientific consensus once said that the world was flat, that the sun orbited the earth. It was once the consensus that an atom was like a plum pudding (JJ Thompsons model).
A GPS will tell you where to go.
A map will tell you where you are and what is around you and where to go.
Or we had it and that's what happened to all the anti-matter - they got kicked over the hill and into the valley of oblivion.
Or just got invited to a wedding by George R.R. Martin.