But it does to 11...
But it does to 11...
Nope Voldemort, whoops I said it.
I think they can drive with Burkas, but that's like driving drunk is modern countries. And if you're a drunk female Burka driver might as well drive off a cliff and get it over with.
Get them some used Macbook Pro's. I've been having this debate with my uncle who is 72.
Old Testament my friend.
The Quran goes in the opposite direction of the Bible getting more violent as it progresses, as Mohammed is denied as a prophet as he trekked north from Mecca to Medina.
It was actually a donkey but anyway. Islam is defensive and it has a right to be because of these crazy ideas. At least with Christianity you have the New Testament which is reasonably sane.
You could drop Jesus in almost any country in any century and he would bring peace, or try to dying. With Mohamed you'd just have a big perverted mess on your hands.
And much of that is collateral damage, still wrong yes. Also U.S. intervention has only exacerbated the Sunni-Shia strife in the region. The U.S. is guilty yes, but of not understanding political Islam and how it plays a role in the M.E.
Intentions matter, people killing or subjugating others because they are among the dis-believers is part of the ideology as stated in the Quran 9:29.
Same thing happened in the 60's and 70's when quartz watches were so much cheaper and accurate compared to mechanical movements.
Mechanical watches will always be a niche market and will never go away. I'd rather have a watch that will last 50+ years and still look and sound good after that time. Take your pick, you got: Omega, Rolex, Breitling, Seiko, etc.. plus high end makers like Patek Phillip.
Sure the swiss watchmakers will go through their slump, but after the novelty of fancy usb charged smart watches wear off you'll always have the artistic mechanical movements of old.
Violence in the name of Christianity is hard to define if going by the New Testament. The Quran goes in the opposite direction getting more violent as it progresses. The Old Testament has Deuteronomy and Leviticus which are pretty violent, but the New Testament has Jesus' teachings.
Even if you don't believe in religions you can easily see the Bible "evolved" and we are left with the New Testament. The Quran's last marching orders are violent, if it stopped at "You have your religion and I have mine" we'd be much better off.
But you can thank Quran abrogration Surah 2:106 for all this mess.
Bravo, as a liberal Christian I couldn't have said it better myself.
It's a domestic war against a defined enemy not undefined. However the defined enemy hides behind the media claiming anyone who criticizes a racist bigot, and politicians rightly so won't touch that with a 10' pole.
Since we are living withing a simulation already this doesn't surprise me.
Work in Java for a few years or on a large Java project then go back to C or switch to Python.
It boils down to what you want to do: use best tool for the job. But I wouldn't be caught dead working on a new project/team who decided to use Java as the primary language.
Lazy? Java is overly verbose, a lot of typing.
protected static transient synchronized const unsigned int m;
It loses points in my book for being too verbose.
Gotta love Jack Handey.
"If someone tells you you should 'walk a mile in their shoes' you should take them up on that: you'll be a mile away and have their shoes."
If bankers can count, how come they have eight windows and only four tellers?