Like pro-climate change folks don't get money, too? Give me a break.
Welcome to the new (for 5 years now)
Weird, I have a felony conviction and I can still vote. Are we sure we're not confusing states and the US?
Also raises the question of why the gov pays farmers to keep land free from producing more product. Yeah, yeah, price propping, got it. And now there is a shortage.
Don't offend the monkeys.
Because it's one of the few federal agencies/departments that actually makes money.
Whoops, "no beliefs"? Your construct is incorrect. Atheists have-
Besides discounting anyone else's worldview as invalid, believing that there is no higher power(s), the belief that it is OK to call people "sheep" or "believing in fairy tales" and "you're just an idiot." Get over yourself, you are as bad as a fundamentalist Baptist, the only difference is that most religious people don't run around calling atheists "morons" for having a different opinion. Religious folk (for the most part)- "You don't believe in anything, that's cool." Atheists (and specifically you)- "You fucking dolt for believing in something I don't, why don't you go ride a unicorn with your fairy tale god."
In summary, learn some tolerance for others. No need to shove your beliefs down anyone else's throats.
And tolerance for others' beliefs.
You can count me in as one of those. Amazing what 14 years can do to a site.
- Manti Te'o, Microsoft Spokesman
"Eat up Martha."
This subject comes up. And every year the various values, or # of tiles, or blah blah blah changes with each "study."
From now on, at least 100,000,000 signatures will be required for us to bat an eye.
Over here in the US, there is no equality in insurance. For example, there are different rates for men/women and young/old based on historical evidence. But if a bad woman drive has a few accidents, her rates are going to explode. Not sure where you're getting your medical insurance info from, but my wife who has diabetes pays the same amount as her healthy coworkers. And in the US you don't have to buy flood insurance. The thing is, if you pay your $5/month for flood, and you house is destroyed, the federal government comes in and pays the few $100k to fix you up, garnered from the whole country's tax dollars, so essentially everyone ends up paying for the flood insurance. If you don't buy it, and get wiped out, I hope you have stashed that few $100k in the bank, rather than paying $600 over 10 years for insurance.
e-credibility: the non-guaranteeable likelihood that the electronic data you're seeing is genuine rather than somebody's made-up crap. - Karl Lehenbauer