And the millennial generation are the ones who are doing it by far the most.
Can't argue with that. No, I mean you literally can't argue with that, as it's a fact-free generalization so vapid it defies refutation. Plus you have decided you can define "idiot" to mean anyone who does something you personally disagree with. Nice move, Orwell.
But at least you've figured out how to spell the word "millennial."
Gerald the pink-furred cat only exists in your imagination.
Ah. About that. Actually Gerald is the result of a science experiment gone horribly wrong. I'm really sorry. I learned a valuable lesson and it won't happen again.
>Then the city should step in there also. We want full service
If you think fellatio is "full service", you probably have Comcast as your ISP.
It gets better.(tm)
That site is one of the most depressing and dishonest things I've seen in a while. She should be ashamed of herself.
Her opinion on walrus ecology is as valid as yours and mine. Except hers is paid for by a "think tank" that does everything it can to undermine science if it gets in the way of corporate profits.
We are so fucked.
So, yeah. In 2012 the entire country of Canada recorded 543 homicides. There were 414 in New York City alone. Almost 15,000 in the US as a whole. Ten times the population, but almost 30 times the number of murders.
Violent crime rates have been trending down everywhere in the industrialized world for the last couple of decades, but relative to the other countries in the G8 the good ol' U.S. of A. remains a pretty violent place. As someone pointed out upthread, it's a big, messy cultural problem with no easy answers or solutions.
Sooner or later. Unless a big-ass meteor crushes the Earth, in which case we're all doomed and I'm right on a technicality.
>When all is said and done, right now Apple is rather aggressively destroying value as it tilts at windmills.
>Sure, they might get away with it in the short term or figure out a way of avoiding it in the long,
>but eventually this sort of behavior catches up with a company.
Here's hoping you get to put those principles of yours to the test!
According to the latest official figures, 43% of all statistics are totally worthless.