No. Though wow did have another similar bug.
Well, reliability does seem like a good sort of attribute for the winner to possess.
True, but being "only" being bat-shit crazy makes him one of the best available choices in politics these days.
Is "both" an option?
Eh - Ron Paul is only insane. Which puts him rather on top of this year's batch.
Try gethuman.com. It doesn't always have the company you need to call listed but has helped me deal with companies that
Have you not gotten your shopping bill yet then?
Even if you want to reduce it to "Democrat or Republican - forever" voting for a third party is still useful; its a way to identify a vote as up for grabs. Perhaps about the only way under those circumstances. Consider it a form of what England did in their elections. LibDems were not even close to actually taking majority for themselves - but because they decided who would they wielded (and wield) a disproportionate effect.
A 'Third party' vote is likely the *best* vote you could make.
Is there any evidence of this? All I saw at that website was a simple assertion.
While buying gold might be a viable investment strategy buying it via Goldline is not. Their markups over commodity - or even their competitors - are enormous. Sure the price may have doubled since you bought your 'investment' but if bought at a 150% markup (large but not their worst one) those gains will not be seen by you. Assuming you don't believe in a total collapse of the entire world economy you would be better off buying something like a mining company or ultra-low risk foreign bonds.
And if you *do* believe in total collapse I'd recommend that the heavy metal you want is three over on the elemental chart.
How about +1 insightful?
Such as participating in a long term Alzheimer's research project.
That may not be a massive amount of 'Good' by whatever metric you want to use. Its still more good that I know the nuns in question have done then say
Nope - cant do it.
If we start removing the genes for sociopathy we will not have anyone left to be the CEO of the fortune 500 companies.
Those who are seeking help are generally told to post in on the support forums at some time
Well that depends - do you want to actually be able to *do* anything with 150k? I'd say current US government spending habits are on track quite nicely to 150k paychecks. Too bad rent will start at 5k a month at the bottom end