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... but only if you want to access *.shark on the internet, right? I'm not trying to be pedantic, just don't know if I'm missing something.
If you have a local authoritative server, why will you have to give up your local domain? (unless you actually want to access the new rightful owner's network)
"Put your company and employees in a more expensive and crowded place (and *blighted?!* = more dangerous) because I say it's better", says a guy who works for a terribly-run monopoly that depends on people needing to get where he's telling them to build.
He's not suing about fracking specifically, or any would-be-hypocrisy-laden dangers or damages associated with it. He's suing over a water tower and the traffic associated with it. There's a considerable difference.
Not exactly correct. The prosecution has to provide the defense any exculpatory evidence it has.
Right. But if 25 percent of US West coast smog is attributable to pollution from the 20% of Chinese manufacturing that's attributable to US exports
If Chinese manufacturing accounts for 17 to 36 percent of China's pollution, and a fifth of *that* is attributable to the manufacturing destined for US export, how can a quarter of west US smog be attributable to the US export pollution? Does the other 80 percent of manufacturing smog know to go elsewhere?
I never said anything about a private practice, and I'm not trying to target socialized medicine, only making the point that you can't equalize everything.
I asked whether a better surgeon could charge more and you said they could, and now you say they don't. Is that genuinely true? Are there not a particular hospital or doctor or surgeon that are considered better, which people seek out?
Oh, stop it. Homelessness is still a universe apart from being owned by another person.
No, it's not what I "chose to hear" - you said that better surgeons charge more.. That's great that you got the best surgeon in the country by chance. If you wanted to be *certain* you'd get the best, wouldn't it cost more?
No, not "except" then. Even in that case, your employer isn't allowed to beat (or kill) you if he feels your work is sub-par. And there's the thing about his owning your offspring.
That you're even making the comparison is hideous.
I asked because you said "if health care were better, people wouldn't have to make that decision" but it sounds like even when it's 'better', the best care comes at a premium.