I can still recall the day I learned that you could copy a frame from the Sunday comics by pressing silly putty onto it. I thought that was the coolest thing ever.
Any time they want to mix it with graphene and inject it into my blood stream, I'm ready. I haven't seen a piece of Silly Putty in decades, but I can still recall its smell vividly. I loved that stuff. I think my childhood dog Smokey ate an entire Silly Putty once and crapped it out unchanged. I think it still had the image of Smokey Stover on it.
Your citation shows higher poverty 2009-2015 than 2001-2008. More people have been impoverished under Obama than before.
Tell you what, Chris: People can look at the graph for themselves and see that poverty has been steadily declining since the end of the recession. And right now, poverty is lower than it was the year Obama took office.
The poverty rate today is also almost exactly where it was when Ronald Reagan left office.
"How do we know this radiation isn't actually good for you? I mean, the Sun's heat is radiation, right?"
- Trump's new director of the Department of Energy.
[Note: If you think I'm somehow exaggerating, you might find tonight's story about Trump's new Department of Energy "enemies list" an interesting read:}
Major bummer for the guy who had 10,000 bitcoins on a hard drive and threw it away.
Sooo, like every food truck ever?
You think food trucks aren't regulated? Are you a fucking idiot?
That's not a rhetorical question. I'm really curious.
I'd say it's pretty close - and considering it's a steady upwards evolution over its 7 years in existence I think you have a completely different agenda than to report facts when you wrote "air going out of the balloon"
I like facts. Thus the chart.
Statistics are no substitute for judgement. -- Henry Clay