I think any reasonable farmer would go with:
C) Kick himself for not charging more for the beans on the first day. Obviously, he wasn't charging enough for them if they sold out that fast.
You'd be much better off with an XBOX-360
I'm so confused now... Is Slashdot endorsing Microsoft now?
I can't keep up with what companies we are supposed to hate the most around here. Can somebody make a top ten list and refresh it every couple of days so I can keep up?
ANYONE that knows anything about firearms already knows that you store unloaded, with a trigger lock or in a locked box and with the safety on.
Sorry, I have to disagree with your broad generalization here. Expecting someone to be able to unlock and load a gun in a high stress self defense situation is unreasonable.
Granted, keeping a unlocked, loaded gun where a three year old can get to it is a disgrace, but I really disagree with your broad generalization.
I would also like to propose a distinction between "whining" and anecdotally highlighting a situation that is both unfair to individuals who decide to pursue an advanced education and harmful to the intellectual and scientific health of the country.
It isn't unfair, you knew when you decided to pursue a post-graduate education that you had loans and that the interest would accrue on them. You weighed your options and decided to continue with your education and let the interest accrue. There is nothing wrong with that, but don't call it unfair.
I don't believe in free market anymore.
There's just too many loopholes, lobbying being the biggest. And I think the U.S. government has a lot of corruption to stamp out before it can be as flexible as the EU has been hitherto.
If they gain an advantage by lobbying, then they aren't really competing in a free market, are they?
If you can't understand it, it is intuitively obvious.