I think the definition is a little narrower than that. I.e. there is some music that is neither popular nor classical, e.g. jazz (of the John Coltrane or Miles Davis sort, not Kenny G)
alcohol is a VERY weak base, but most alcoholic beverages are acidic. I don't care though.
Most comments here seem to be opposed to the ban, but the majority of the public are in favor of it, so the Congress is just representing them in passing this. I would prefer to let the airlines set their own rules and let the market work, but I'm giving a devil's advocate position to all the libertarian comments here.
...so I don't fall for BS like this!
If the law is "working" as it should, you know what you can and cannot do *before* you do it, and you are dissuaded from doing what you *know* you aren't supposed to do. This situation is nothing like that.
I bet they get a lot of 'Likes'.
I totally agree. I got it one day last week and I hated it. Too much whitespace. Among other things.
1. When should you launch a missile?
a. Whenever you feel like it.
d. When your commanding officer tells you to launch.
e. None of the above.
2. Who can authorize a strategic launch?
b. The mailman.
c. County sheriff's deputies.
d. The POTUS
e. The tooth fairy.
How can part of a missile cheat at anything? And what does "half a wing" mean? Aren't the fins on the missiles one-piece?
actually, a microwave oven will heat up a cup of water in one second. Just not very much.
"You can generate maps of neighborhood rat inspectation [sic] data."
It's confusing that the high rat density areas are shown in green, since many of the areas happen to be parks and parks are normally green on maps. Plus, green usually means 'go' and is a pleasant color that makes me think "this is good".
It also struck me funny that the department is actually called "The New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene"
Reminds me I need to pick up some mental floss at the drugstore.
It's interesting you say that. I remember reading that creativity is greater when you are somewhat tired since thinking too clearly impedes creativity...you tend to wander off and free-associate when you're not as sharp, and that's the essence of creativity. I think it was suggested that evening is the creative time, but I could be remembering that wrong. It is after midnight here, after all.
I think it's related to GIMPS. No, not the open source image editing software; the Great Internet Mersenne Prime Search, i.e no limit.
I was gonna say, is Fukushima Springs some new resort or day spa? Hope they fix the water leak so people can use the bathroom while they're waiting for their bird poop facial.
Yeah, I think you're missing the "America" part? Are you sure you live in the US?