No debris? Must have been taken by Space Aliens/UFO.
I can't even get Qworst
What Could Possibly Go Wrong?
> 3) make a profit on this "education" and funnel it to their board members.
If they're making so much money, how come my kids' (plural possessive) Charter school has so many fundraisers?
It seems like we're always contributing our time and/or $$$ to retain a music teacher, gym teacher, etc.
Tasers in a data center
The machine uses the Sun's rays and a metal oxide called ceria to break down carbon dioxide or water into fuels which can be stored and transported.
> Uh, dude, look around you. 99.99% of everything you eat, own, use, buy, throw away or want is brought to you by oil. *Nothing* matches it for chemical versatility
Bear in mind, plastics can be made from cellulose obtained from hemp!
I guess they'd rather build a nuke plant nearby?
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How To Build Roads To Control How Fast You Drive?
Comedy Central's decision to yank two of the most popular shows on Hulu — "The Daily Show" and "The Colbert Report" — in a dispute over splitting ad revenue is the latest blow to the entertainment industry's attempts to make money off ads that run with free video.
Yet Hulu's most viable alternative — charging for access to some videos — could turn off viewers and crimp the site's explosive growth. Ultimately, the remedy to Hulu's current troubles could leave the site even worse off, a poor shadow of its former self."
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