my recollection of informal research is that caffeine is only safe to a certain point. Too much caffeine, like too much testosterone or steroidals, can be dangerous.
Or too much water, too much calcium, too much of anything. In determining the safety of ingesting something, one must evaluate the ease of staying within limits that are unlikely to produce negative results, and the likelihood and consequences of the negative results in comparison to the benefits.
I mean other than the obvious that NBC is now owned by a cable company...
Because NBC is now owned by a cable company.
"Instead of raising your hand to ask a question in class, how about individual push buttons on each desk. That way, when you want to ask a question, you just push the button and it lights up a corresponding number on a tote board at the front of the class. Then all the professor has to do is check the lighted number against a master sheet of names and numbers to see who is asking the question."
I think the US is one of the exceptions, where the more affluent population continues to have more than multiple children.
Can you share a source that cites just how many more than multiple?
Anarchist is a label for people who refuse to be constrained by society's limits. And one of those limits is not to kill.
Wrong, Anarchism in it's truest form is closer to socialism than chaos. Anarchism and lawlessness aren't the same. Anarchists don't want to abolish government so that they can go push old ladies down the stairs, that's a rebllious teenager's point of view. Anarchists just want everybody to be equal no person above or below any other in terms of power or pull. An anarchistic society would still have rules, but they would be decided by the community, there would be no police because the people of the community are responsible for it, every man, woman, and child. Please don't comment on things you know nothing about.
Correct. People seem to be confusing anarchy with nihilism; they are not the same.
If this is a service economy, why is the service so bad?