Grandpa, leave the slang to the kids, you suck at it. Nice lawn, though.
I would not trust Wikipedia for drug facts.
No, white guys do that too. Beaners are the janitors.
Does not matter. The end result will be ORMs (Asian and White Males) fired to make room for URMs, primarily women, and African Americans.
And it's even on topic! Take that you Fristy Pissters! See front page story on Japanese Toilets.
I can think of three, maybe four, but beyond light flush, heavy flush, bidet, and drier, what are the other four functions?
I wrote that wrong (was in a hurry). If you have ever USED LSD, then due to the fact that it is fat soluble, you will one day abuse LSD, entirely by accident. I had meant to make it "have used" not "abuse"
Except for maybe Hong Kong, I'd suggest that the researcher's data skews towards people who abuse LSD.
Elliot Freeman, a cognitive neuroscientist at City University and the study's lead author, said: "A lot of us go around having senses that we do not even recognise."
It seems to me more like a short circuit between regions of the brain than a different sense. I wouldn't like to hear things that aren't there just because I'm seeing things. It's well known that there are substantial interactions between different regions of the brain, which is why for example we turn down the stereo while trying to find an address.
Interesting... is attaching it to the window in the wording?
Yes. (Too lazy to look up the cite just now, but not too lazy to reply, hope that counts for something)
Sounds like an awesome idea.
In the presence of a working public transportation system that actually met the needs of inhabitants, it might be. But we have that in maybe one or two cities in the USA, and actually, if you took the cars away the systems couldn't handle the load. Toll roads are harmful to business and individuals alike. We make use of the road network free to enable commerce and free travel.
I am an outspoken proponent of PRT and of ordinary rail for longer distances, but barring their existence, I'm extremely opposed to placing more restrictions on people's ability to travel. What year is it? Let's figure out how to let people travel efficiently.
For every (likely made up) story you have about how your father's uncle's brother's first cousin's roommate had a union job and it was full of lazy people
I had a student job with a community college while I went there only about a decade ago, while I uh, pivoted. And what I saw in the IT department was tragic. The primary system upon which the school depended was a HP-SUX quad Alpha, because that's what their software runs on. Then they replaced it with some ridiculously expensive many-way itanic box because that's what the vendor told them to do. On the old system, I got paid to implement ssh tunneling (with putty, naturally) to stop them from sending SSNs and other private student information across internet links in cleartext, because the sysadmin they were paying to do this stuff couldn't figure it out. Then I got paid to figure out how to implement ipsec on the new machine because the guy whose job that is couldn't manage that either. I was hoping to slide into that job but that guy bought a second Harley, and he had to stick around to pay for it. Or more to the point, so that the students and taxpayer could pay for it. He certainly didn't earn the money. My boss was quite competent, that was nice. My two coworkers were also competent, but lazy. I wound up doing job after job that they were supposed to do, because they didn't bother. One of them had severe short-timer's syndrome for the entire two-year span we were both there, with a countdown clock to retirement. He was a pro at stretching jobs out and making them take forever. He probably should have had a 75% pay cut.
Meanwhile, administrators have a different union from educators. This results in administrators and their favored assistants being paid dramatically more than the educators... you know, education? The point of the whole place?
I don't know if unions are as toxic in other industries as they are in education, but they're definitely a massive part of the problem with education today.
You should watch the Netflix series about the 80s. For every awesome thing reagan did, he did a dozen bad ones and they point every one of them out.
I am left of left around this sideshow but look, that doesn't invalidate his point any more than his citations invalidate yours. Can't we just agree that Obama was a shit president, and that Reagan was also a shit president, and move on?
The universe is an island, surrounded by whatever it is that surrounds universes.