I'd say "not dead yet", "the lumberjack song", "spam", "Torremolinos!", and a couple movies.
The kettle was arrested and exploded for cooking while black.
Actually we need do to reset the upper tax rate to 90%, graduated and of course adjusted for inflation. Back when this was the case large incomes actually paid around 50% tax after deductions and credits, while today they are well under 20%. And they make the vast majority of the income and should pay the majority source of the income tax.
The Republican party has problems finding voters to support policies that benefit just
If the professor has issues, they are issues with setting limits and issuing consequences.
No student who swore at the professor or disrespected him in class should have been allowed to continue, they should have been thrown out on the spot and possibly readmitted pending appeal and review. If they threatened him he should have called security.
And the same goes for cheating - he should have terminated anyone's right to continue in the class as soon as he had evidence that they cheated.
Perhaps the situation was not so clear cut, that it was not obvious who was cheating or who was disrespecting, but if so I'd like to hear it.
It looks like he missed several opportunities to put management techniques into practice.
I saw that John Oliver show, and I can't agree that "most people think Snowden is Assange". However, it sure seemed, from their impromptu sampling of people in the street somewhere, that most people they talked to had either no idea or a very inaccurate idea of who Snowden was and what he did.
If in fact most people don't like Snowden, and most people also don't really know what he did, then maybe it's just an issue of getting proper information.
The problem now is how to provide sufficient bandwidth so that tablets and phones can be used indefinitely as a distraction. Think of a trip to Mars as just a really long line to wait in.
They are 20 years older now and middle managers. Instead of tracking down actual abnormalities themselves, they spend their days in meetings wondering which of their other co-workers are aliens or supernatural.
Apparently you haven't been around enough mentally ill or socially defective people - they aren't deterred by it (painful death), may even see it as a challenge.
Agree. I can't understand how Oregon allows a doctor to write a prescription for something that will kill you, yet some state can't obtain drugs to execute people. Which is fine by me, since I don't think they should be executing anyone anyhow.
And as you said sufficient morphine, or propofol, or other strong narcotics will kill you, and that stuff is available from any pharmacy supplier. Perhaps their ethics prevents them from supplying executioners.
...about capitalism doing it the other way around.
.... cures it.
When will we see real-time brain injury analysis like "Wow Bob, that left hook to the face just left him with a level 6 concussive trauma that will mean severe aphasia in 12 years - he won't be able to say ****."
Fantasy, unless it's well and thoroughly regulated. Capitalism when free incentivizes monopolization and centralization of power and eliminates competition. Seems like everything else does too. We're doomed.
It's not only sound quality that's subjective, price is too. For some $200 for a pair of speakers is a lavish expense. Others may much more for just a cable.
Do they sound better when you pay more for them?