If climate change is real, why is there no peer-reviewed research that shows it?
Soylent Green...is cars!
Come down to Houston. I'll buy you some barbecue that will make you weep with joy.
Netflix Marvel: First season of Daredevil...great! Second season...still pretty good. Both were soooooo much better than the original movie. Luke Cage...unique style, excellent. Jessica Jones...not bad. Ironfist...didn't really like.
ABC Marvel: Agents of Shield...couldn't get into it, despite Joss Whedon. I don't know, there was something about the writing, the casting that did not work for me. The production values just felt cheap, like any other boring network TV series. Netflix Marvel series feel more like movies. The cinematography, the fight scenes on Netflix were often very well done. Their series have a sense of atmosphere that is lacking in the big network's shows.
I cut my cable TV a while ago, and I will never go back. Commercials seem like a slap in the face now. I hate them hate them hate them! As far as I'm concerned, the big three networks can just die.
It's more pleasant than West Texas.
Yes, it is. And the food is better.
South Texas is the best, though.
Turn the ISS into a Trump-branded casino. The president has the necessary expertise, and it could be a big draw.
And if nobody ends up showing up and it starts losing money, well, the President knows what to do then, too.
Expect to see a few corporate headquarters relocated to East Texas
Except don't nobody want to go to East Texas.
How long until the first comment that says this is proof that climate change isn't real?
Do you think the lawyers reading the ACA legislation and the children reading Harry Potter are equal?
I'm pretty sure lawyers' reading skills outpace those of Harry Potter-age children.
Plus, the lawmakers are being very well-compensated to read legislation. It's like their one fucking job, you know?
If Trump and the GOP couldn't unravel the 3500 page health care law, how are they going to pull off reforming the tax code, which ran like twenty-three volumes (without addendums) back in the 1990s? That's not counting the judicial precedents which are now law. Hell, there's like several hundred pages of law that just governs the taxation issues related to owning racehorses.
I've seen IT directors who drive Teslas but who still pocket RAM sticks from the lab.
The problem is, there is zero probability that this new corporate surveillance will be aimed at IT directors.
Because if there's one thing we've learned, it's that if you are rich and you steal, it's considered, "smart". If you're making $35k/yr and you make an unauthorized copy of your tax return on a company xerox machine, you're going to get frog-marched out of the place.
Late-stage capitalism is a cancer.
It wasn't a law. It was a regulation the FCC made up without the authority to do so. Congress slapped it down, now they will write a real law.
This Congress has definitely proven how good they are at writing "real laws".