We could cut down on all this silly legislation if they'd simply pass a law that let you punch rude people in the nose.
You often find small animals hiding in paper bags looking for food.
The more likely reason is she isn't really your daughter.
While I think this was taken to an extreme there are some issues to be addressed. Mainly, while as a singularity it's not a lot of power I'm going to guess that there could be an issue if every external outlet was plugged into by people charging their cars all at once. The second is a general safety concern. You now have extensions cords running to cars causing hazards. Most places require external cords to either be taped or held down to make them less a tripping issue, was this done? Presumably school was out, but you also have people charging at a middle school where there could be hundreds of kids of the age to get themselves in trouble. None of these warrent and arrest, but they are issues that need to be addressed.
He admitted it? Jail is full of innocent people too. Just ask them.
And blaming the driver. A little background. While not professional drivers Walker and the driver were on a race team together and did plenty of circuit races. The guy driving has a GT3 so is more than familiar with the class of cars in question. Each had many more hours logged racing than any pilot would have flying before being able to get his flight license. It's easy to blame the driver, and it could rightly end up that way. However, the question of whether the car malfunctioned or should not be considered street legal should also be asked. Point being, if you believe these guys had no business driving this car then nobody shy of an F1 driver should be able to by them, hence they are too dangerous to sell to the general public.
This rates as one of the worst leads into a story I've seen on here. Someone is trying way too hard.
Ford is doing a recall on an event that occured at roughly 8 times less rate than Teslas fires. They didn't gloss over it and say everything is perfect. They took a good amount of time to determine if there was an issue and came to the conclusion that there is. It's a voluntary recall.
What did I say that implies my stance on guns? Just making fun of you because people on a website have scared you into anonymity.
Perhaps you need bigger guns if the people around here have scared you into posting anonymously.
I'm actually OK with being charged for the bags if the money collected is allocated to a system that actually addresses a direct bag created issue such as upgrading recycling facilities to better handle them so they don't just go into landfills. What I am against in a general sin tax on bags that goes and funds whatever it is the government wants to fund with the money collected.
It would have been much more clever had you tied your original headline to printable guns.
Unless it's the corporate type.
It's a giant fan blowing all the radiation to the West Coast.
Everyone knows urine rusts robots.