The best part is when he's arguing with himself. Don't know who he is, don't care to know, either. Anybody who argues with himself (sometimes vehemently) is not a guy to be taken lightly.
My Japanese car was assembled in Indiana: http://www.subaru-sia.com/
Some of us carry a deep seated disdain for people beating around the bush with HR-approved corporate speak. Those of us that do would much rather deal with someone straightforward about their position.
Or the house buying lots of alcohol that your car insurer might like to know about?
They should be happy that I'm drinking at home, versus driving to a bar...
Adam Lanza did not have access to an assault rifle. He had access to a semi-automatic rifle that happens to be styled after an assault rifle. He also carried two handguns.
Are you going to ban my bolt action hunting rifle because I can fire it *almost* as fast as a semi-automatic? After practice, the bolt can be cycled pretty quickly; maybe a couple of seconds faster. Take away the need to aim, and I bet it can be done quicker.
Last I heard, banning assault rifles hasn't done much for the crime in Mexico...
Suddenly, annexing Canada sounds like an idea I can stand behind...
I'd rather lobby for a law that makes it illegal to knowingly breed, raise, and release pest species.
I would love to hear how you think most hunters don't want to eat the wild game they kill. Here in upstate NY, most of the hunters I know do eat the game.
On the other hand, from the description provided in the article, I doubt the description of the shooters as hunters. Butchers, yes; hunters, no. I doubt they're eating the pigeons afterwards, too.
If I were a lawyer (I'm not), I'd argue that purposefully breeding and raising pigeons or other fowl/poultry, then releasing the animals in order to shoot at them from nearly point blank range (a few yards away, as the article claims) is more aptly described as butchering, not hunting. When a farmer raises a group of cattle for the purpose of food, we don't refer to it as hunting.
I'd also argue that the pigeons are not wildlife; they have been bred and raised.
Hunting should the opposite; attempting to take wildlife (whether for sport or food) in their natural habitat.
X-Plane (http://www.x-plane.com) is also supported on Linux.
The problem isn't her showing her tits on the 'net. Obviously, she has no problem with some apparent stranger seeing her bare breasts.
The problem lies with some asshole attempting to blackmail her into giving a peep show on the 'net by threatening to send the picture of her bare breasts to her family and friends. And then does so. That's the problem. If her dirty laundry hadn't been aired out to those closest to her, this would have been a non-issue. People's lives, careers, and families have been ruined over less.
I'd argue that a great deal of fifteen year old girls don't have the emotional or mental capacities to cope with such a life altering event. Hence the suicide, instead of issuing a public apology and stepping down from political office, resigning their position, or taking earlier retirement.
And you may want to also refer to this publication by the IIHS: http://www.iihs.org/externaldata/srdata/docs/sr4404.pdf
Safest when it's hit by a vehicle in its same class.
How likely is that to happen?
I'd like to add that ABS can be hindrance in certain situations with snow/ice/gravel: http://www.carbibles.com/brake_bible_pg2.html#abs6, I've tried slowing rolling down a ice/snow/gravel covered hill, and the ABS won't let me lock up the brakes to skid to a stop. Instead, the ABS kicks in, the wheels continue to roll, and the car and I continue down the hill.