Stein is only on 45 ballots, including DC.
Stein is only on 45 ballots, including DC.
Uh, what? That has to be a typo.
I have a 2013 with 95k miles on it. I still owe about $9,000. The deal will pay me about $18,000, so I'll walk away with $9,000 in cash after paying off the loan.
I'm headed over to my dealer this weekend to see what kind of incentive he'll give me on top of that for sticking with VW. Considering new Jettas start around $15,000, I could end up with a new car (2017 model year) for almost nothing.
If they don't want them, they can return them to the US government which owns them.
They were given to the South Koreans. They no longer need them and would like to sell them to largest group of collectors on the planet.
The evil libtardos aren't coming for your guns
They've been trying for 50 years and their repeated failures have been precisely because we take a hard line on the issue. Not one inch.
It's been 8 years. Don't you think if he was going to do it he would have?
He has done everything within the power of the executive branch. Operation Chokepoint was instituted to make it hard for gun related businesses to do business. He has blocked importation of perfectly legal guns from Russia and South Korea. He has been hostile to the American gun owner, even if he doesn't have the votes in congress to pass a new anti-gun law.
Gun enthusiasts don't want them.
Police and military won't take them.
Non-gun people aren't going to spend that kind of money.
It doesn't make any sense other than as a propaganda tool.
Rent controls cause this situation.
When landlords can not raise rents to match economic conditions, they are forced to find new revenue streams.
My father grew up in an orphanage.
My mother grew up in a housing project.
I am college educated and own my home. Their hard work elevated us into the middle class. I have access to resources that my parents didn't and it's because they took part in the process of moving from the 'outside' to the 'inside'.
but I have to say that coaches like Belichick are the reason why the NFL feels the need to take such precautions. If they didn't, some coach would get the idea to use spotters and/or directional mics to eavesdrop on opposing teams and send the information to the coach, who would then relay it to the men on the field.
No it's not, because everbody KNOWS the first one really means the second one.
No, everyone doesn't know that because it's not true.
The term for that is 'dog whistles' - when you say words that incite violence and disguise it *just enough* that you'll be hard to convict in a court while making damn sure nobody is mistaken about what you meant.
Most of us understand what dog whistles are and people of all political persuasions make use of them. If the words do not directly convey the message, you're talking about Thought Crime. I'm not willing to go down that road and fortunately, I still have the right to vote based on that position.
Besides which - pain is not the issue, actual neural scarring is. Which has been proven to be a potential consequence from a pattern of abusive words.
If you still believe that ignoring hate speech can prevent injury then you are about 30 years behind the scientific facts.
In order to hurt me with words, I would have to value one's opinion.
Even if you ignore that words themselves CAN do permanent, real, physical harm to a person - you still run into the problem that advocating violence (which is what most hate speech is under) will cause OTHERS to wield sticks and stones.
There is a clear line. Between simple speech and advocacy or inducement.
Saying "#Person is a piece of shit #Slur and I hope he dies!" is far different than saying "#Person is a piece of shit #Slur and one of us should pick up a #Weapon and blow his fucking brains out!"
You can choose to allow the former to cause you pain.
Sticks and stones being wielded by people in order to assault and injure? That act is illegal. Not the sticks and stones themselves, but the act of wielding them in such a way.
If ignoring the sticks and stones could prevent injury, it wouldn't be necessary to do anything about them.
It most certainly can if you can recover the costs by capturing the customers in Apple's ecosystem.
This would be a variation of the razor-blade model of sales.
Let me know if you figure out how to do that with an encrypted SSD drive. You'd essentially need a boot device that was able to reach out to the Internet to get a key to unlock the 2nd stage device. It gets complicated, because then you have to secure THAT.
That would mean it couldn't reboot unless you were physically right there -- making it useless for any form of remote application.
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