Thank God for the UN's beneficence and adherence-to-principle.
Good thing none of those votes were bought through corruption... or through funds skimmed from the Oil-for-Food program.
"At one time, science was the pursuit of truth, but nowadays it has become corrupted into the pursuit of fame and fortune."
Yes, because when I see that famous blonde in the Ferrari, I know she must be a particle physicist. Lousy rich scientists with their swag.
"USA military is by far the strongest military in the world"
And look how bogged down it got against peasants and farmers in Vietnam, Afghanistan, etc.
Your argument is amusing.
"Not if you consistently vote in people who aim for reduced spending and smaller government."
I've seen a lot of mouthy political bullshit along these lines, but no actual politicians who are interested in implementing it (lots and lots of politicians who want to reduce spending in areas they don't like, while increasing it for areas they do, however).
You routinely keep cans of Pepsi in your pockets?
"If you confront police with a weapon you may die."
Or if you "confront" them with a wallet. Or if you're holding a can of Pepsi. Or if you're minding your own fucking business.
I did something similar (in New Zealand in the early 70s) except we used perforated cards for a Fortran subset. Cards were taken to a local bank and run on the machine that processed/reconciled cheques after the night shift was done
They're just a poor mom and pop operation trying to make ends meet, hence the need for the additional Ask Toolbar revenue stream.
I'm just going to go ahead and start pirating everything. Including cars. Suck it, industry.
Suck my sweaty balls, PETA.
since when did "hacked" mean "took a copy off" - come on if they had hacked the building plans they'd have added secret tunnels or something, at the very least installed the doors with the hinges on the outside
A bug in the code is worth two in the documentation.