What I don't understand is why Clinton supporters always resort to insults.
It's all they have. They can't run on her record or her predecessor's record, they have to know their policy prescriptions stink on ice and would be about as popular with the public as pralines-and-dick ice cream...so out come the insults.
The booklet had a spiral which took some time to figure out. Basically, 2 pieces in the middle, and 1 on each side of it, which makes it look really cool, and more importantly, supports the turned pieces. They do a slow turn though.
From what I can see, there's a correlation between being religious and being conservative, and also a correlation between being progressive and donating.
If by that second point you meant an inverse relationship, then yes. Amazon's description:
We all know we should give to charity, but who really does? In his controversial study of America’s giving habits, Arthur C. Brooks shatters stereotypes about charity in America-including the myth that the political Left is more compassionate than the Right. Brooks, a preeminent public policy expert, spent years researching giving trends in America, and even he was surprised by what he found. In Who Really Cares, he identifies the forces behind American charity: strong families, church attendance, earning one’s own income (as opposed to receiving welfare), and the belief that individuals-not government-offer the best solution to social ills. But beyond just showing us who the givers and non-givers in America really are today, Brooks shows that giving is crucial to our economic prosperity, as well as to our happiness, health, and our ability to govern ourselves as a free people. [Emphasis added.]
No, wait, blowing up the Parliament carries a lower sentence.
Umm...didn't the last guy who tried to blow up Parliament meet a rather more harsh fate?
We were made to eat unprocessed (or less processed) foods, meat included. Before we started processing everything, we used to get a lot of our sugar from fruit, which doesn't cause your blood sugar to spike as much as processed sugar (particularly high fructose corn syrup). When it comes to starch, we're a lot better off getting it from sources where they haven't removed all of the fiber, like whole grain bread.
A lot of the processed foods we eat have had all the fiber taken out, presumably because people find the texture more pleasant, but we really need fiber with our sugar and starch.
There's a lot of useful PDP-11 programs, too; but most people can't run them, either.
Really? You might even be able to run them in your browser...
A 1.25 gallon tank plus only 25 MPG means I can't get from home to work without running out of traffic is really bad.
25? I bolted a 50cc 4-stroke onto an old bicycle once and was getting 100 mpg from it before the cheap-ass gearbox chewed itself up. You're not (legally) going to have something much bigger than that on a scooter. 25 mpg is down in four-wheeled conveyance territory; that's about what my cars get/have gotten in recent years.
Bí go maith, a mhuirnín.
What matters is the intent, mens rea, the will to steal, and the intent to permanently deprave the rightful owner of his use of the item. This is critical. Without, you could become a thief without even wanting to steal anything, by mistake and accident, and I hope we can agree that this is not the intent of the law!
Unfortunately, we seem to have picked up a bunch of laws where mens rea isn't taken into account. Try looking up mala prohibita. It's far from an ideal situation, but it is the situation as it stands today.
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