Last week, Zuckerberg said, "For most of these folks, they will now receive money for something they never even knew they had. No one will be forced off the land."
Does that still apply after accounting for the fees for the lawyers they were forced to hire?
It is still a douchebag, asshat move. If he had actually attempted to determine ownership of the land, and then approached the owners with offers to buy, that would have been the proper opening move.
So you're not sure if you are misguided or not?
and serves a purpose.
We no longer live in an agrarian economy and the major population shift to the cities over a hundred years ago makes the Electoral Collage a virulent aberration that allows the very ignorant few to rule over the many who actually pay the bills.
You apparently didn't even bother to read the summary. You stitched together things that were said. This creates things that weren't said.
... would you shave its butt and teach it to walk backwards?
Malaria is 100% avoidable? Why don't you go tell that to the 600 million people that get infected every year, you useless wanking prick. Maybe they'll stupidly and carelessly drop you into a septic tank where you belong.
My insurance doesn't cover the full cost of anything, you fucking asshole. I don't use this medication but because insurance is a way of cost-sharing, I am paying for other people to use it. How in the absolute fuck did you get modded Insightful? By other people completely fucking clueless about how things work in real life? Shkreli can lube a porcupine with tar and shove it up his ass. Oh, wait, that would be cruel and unusual punishment... for the porcupine.
Have they secretly released your password to hackers too?
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... just shocked that Trump supporters don't believe in the 1st Amendment right to free speech. I truly thought they had the Bill of Rights tattooed on their thighs.
You're forgetting that Microsoft redefined "cancer" as "Open Source Software" some years back...
Kitty litter is not such an odd choice as the article makes it out to be. The mineral variety is typically made out of sodium bentonite. This is well known for its ability to absorb more than its own weight in water, which also causes it to swell and therefore seal cracks, enhanced by its self-sticking capability. Kitty litter has a well-defined grain size and would be fine to use so long as one didn't switch brands. Wikipedia even lists a method for determining whether kitty litter has bentonite or not.
Let's not focus on short term gains.
The next POTUS will nominate at least 1 and possibly several Supreme Court justices, individuals who will directly influence the course of law for the next 20-30 years and indirectly long after that. There's nothing short term about it.
At least it wasn't equipped with a finger pricker.
"An idealist is one who, on noticing that a rose smells better than a cabbage, concludes that it will also make better soup." - H.L. Mencken