You've never had poast? It's basically poached toast. Or maybe he was using a shortened version of a pot roast, also known as a proast. Both are delicious.
You've Godwinned the Godwin reference. I am now officially out of mein kampfort zone on this thread.
I knew someone was Goering to go there.
The thing is, some of these questions don't seem all that hard.
How many golf balls fit in a school bus? Well, I could give a ball park figure by estimating:
The volume of the bus/the size of a golf ball.
So even if my numbers aren't right, I'm sure the general application is what they'd be going for in an interview, so...
school bus: 20ft x 7ft x 9ft x12 for cubic inches= 15120 cubic inches.
If a golf ball is 1.5 inches in diameter (have no idea if this is true) then 10080 golf balls fit in a school bus.
Now, its true that with spheres you can actually fit more in by stacking them in certain ways, but I wouldn't know of the top of my head how to actually adjust my calculation for that. So I guess I won't be the next Google employee.
If h'es not sentenced to death, he'll be sent to the Supermax facility in Florence, CO, for the rest of his life. But he'll probably be put to death, as he should be.
Actually, as the farmers like to say, California's biggest statewide crop is grass. Namely, people's lawns. When you have people in Rancho Santa Fe using upwards of 350 gallons of water per person, per day for lawns, it's hard to get mad at farmers growing kale and artichokes.
...but things change, and the primary purposes of links now, on almost all platforms, is for one primary reason: to generate income.
You click a link, it goes to a page with an ad, which, when served and clicked on, will generate income, allowing the owners to pay for the website. While some websites are purely informational, most websites generate information in order to make money, and most of that money is made by people clicking links.
I wonder what the joke is regarding bugs bunny always taking a wrong turn at Albuquerque. Why not Tuscon or Flagstaff or Barstow. It it just because it's a funny word, like Timbuktu or Kalamazoo?
They didn't use muskets. They used rifles.
I tried reading one of these. They were horrible; I couldn't get through the first one.
But it does in every other place in the world with the population the US has, which is more than most places. The larger the population, the larger the disparity. Comparing economic disparity of people in, say, Sweden, to the entire US is pretty silly when you realize Sweden's population is less than that of L.A county.
The intentional homicide rate in the 1930s in the US was more than twice what it is today. So, yes.
They are worth 700billion dollars. What would you consider a not dead company?
Competitors gonna compete! I built my app for a competitor first and now they won't talk to me? Oh noes!
That's some grade-A whining right there.
Why does the San Jose Water company care about this at all?