Federal law was passed against longarm open carry in response to the Black Panthers in the 60's and 70's. Learn your laws.
Unless you are bat shit crazy or a felon. there are laws that cover that and every sane gun rights person supports them.
The dude is bat shit crazy.
Drooling Moron that believe everything and has no understanding about safety or even proper etiquette goes on a ego building adventure and finally gets what he needs from the police.
The dude is a mental patient that needs serious help and because of how unstable he is needs to have firearms removed from his possession. Sorry but if you are that much of a headcase, you do NOT need to own guns.. There are laws in place that already state this.
I see the fitbot watches the most, then Apple watches. the rarest is the android ones. I wish someone would make a decent round one that looks like a diver watch with some real waterproofing and at least 2 days of battery life.
Yes. But we need to be aware that man is not the only source of antibiotics. They naturally occur. We get a good lot of them from plants and bacteria, starting of course with penicilin which we got from mold, and which was already present on salted food and damp environments. What we did was to make antibiotics present in organisms other than their natural sources.
Trump and his cronies want stupid lower class so they dont question things and still believe the "american dream" and "work hard for your riches" bullshit.
you don't get rich working hard. you get rich being born into it or bullshitting your way to it.
The Andromeda Strain was published in 1969.
The United States has some disease reporting, it started at least 75 years ago before the antibiotic bubble. This CDC Report summarizes the present state of disease reporting, in two pages. We need higher standards of reporting and legal penalties for failure to report.
This is part of the decomm process of Google+ I think, yes, it looks like they're spinning locations out of G+
They've made no secret about G+ being a failure, but there are a lot of communities that do use G+, a lot exclusively, so it's going to be interesting where they go and how they'll hold up.
You remember Latitude don't you? Latitude was location sharing, then they moved it to Google+ as part of their consolidation effort, to try to get people onto G+ and now they're spinning it back out again.
The rich get rich, and the poor get poorer. The haves get more, the have-nots die.