This was done on both sides to speed up the process I guess.
Oh, well as long as there was a good reason for Pelosi to not bother reading the legislation before passing it. I'd hate to think that congress might actually take their time while passing important legislation.
Enterprise, watched it, LOVED it,...
As a guy who is a big Trek fan, and religiously watched TNG, DS9 (sort of), and Voyager, I can't understand how someone could LOVE Enterprise. I sat through some of the first season, and then gave up. I was bored to tears.
I actually sat through that stupid episode where they spent half the time trying to figure out what the favorite food of someone was so that they could make it for his birthday. Seriously, that was the side plot.
He spelled "wsa" correctly.
I don't see the problem...
...Linux advocate and LinuxAutomation.org founder Kurt Forsberg...
Working as an engineer in automation, I thought, "Hey, maybe I'll check out this linuxautomation.org site!"
The entire website consists of a few paragraphs about how great it is to use open source for automation, plus it has a few links to linuxfestnorthwest.org, a link to their Facebook page, and an email link.
What exactly did he 'found'?
But who qualifies as a 'candidate'?
I think a better solutions is to have all contributions go to an independent entity that then distributes that money to the candidate specified by the donor. That way, the candidate no longer knows who has provided the money, but the donor is still helping to get their candidate elected.
Nearly everybody I know with college degrees (many like myself in engineering) have made out quite well. I am most assuredly going to encourage my daughters to go to college.
I'm not sure how you have managed to have nearly nothing saved after being an engineer for two decades. How is it possible to have NO 401k? Every single job I have worked the past 15 years has had a 401k.
I have a feeling that your current financial condition doesn't have anything to do with the fact that you have a college degree, but is some combination of poor choices/bad luck.
I wonder why Braun wasn't called safe (he was standing on an unoccupied 2nd base at the time that he had successfully stolen), and Seura wasn't called out (he wasn't on any base because he got caught in a rundown while failing to steal third). It seems to be the more logical outcome of that play.
And I had no idea that you could go back to a previous base.
I keep seeing this argument of "Who pays: Owner or Manufacturer?" all the time, but I really wonder if the answer should be "Neither". If I crash my car into a tree, neither I nor the manufacturer of the car pays for the damage. My insurance does.
Perhaps if self driving cars could be show to have lower accident rates than drivers, my insurance might actually offer to cover my car for less than if I had a car that I had to drive myself.
Insurers already offer reduced rates for advanced technologies like ABS, anti-theft, air bags, etc. Couldn't a self driving car that reduces accidents be a good thing for insurance companies?