This is actually a sad case, but even though there are those cases and they are not as rare as one would think, they are not the main route for heroin. People addicted to painkillers are usually reaching for solutions that are closer to legal prescription drugs.
Heroin, at least to my knowledge, is an exit drug, used by people who have pretty much reached the end.
You wanted to go "lalala, I can't hear you", so if you now leave your shore settlement to climb the mountain I'm on, I'll shoot you.
Problem solved. I don't care whether climate change is real anymore. If it ain't, great. If it is and your shores get flooded, drown or get shot.
Doing so wouldn't really have told them anything considering I don't have a Facebook account (at least not one that is by any means tied to my name), don't use Twitter or other social media and generally don't really have a very visible online profile.
Hey, maybe that made me suspicious. Time to create a meaningless, happy-go-lucky Facebook page. Which gets me back to the idea I had a while ago, creating a service where you can pimp your Facebook profile so recruiters, law enforcement and in-laws think you're the perfect guy. Kinda like SEO for social media...
So domestic violence was down? Really? Great. So your chance to get beaten up was going down while your chance to be shot went up. Great trade off.
A girl licking a boot sure isn't getting me hard either but allegedly that's considered porn by some people. Hell, there's people getting off to the weirdest shit you could imagine. I remember a story about a guy who gets off by sticking his dick into hamburger meat, does that mean every time I have a burger I'm essentially participating in hard vore?
You're being ripped off. Our satellite is about $60 per month, that includes a DVR and all the other things you'd expect but I have a gut feeling cable companies still charge extra for like HD.
It's actually an article of faith among some here that having your content available to download for free doesn't in any way affect your sales negatively, an argument frequently used as a justification for mass copyright infringement.
The presumption people who make the argument usually have is that people download what they want to test it, and then buy the stuff they think is good. I'm not convinced, but there you have it.
VPS providers usually have reasonable reasons to customize the distros they run somewhat to fit within the framework they're using to virtualize each server - which are vary rarely simple "VMWare on a Xeon" type environments due to cost/scalability issues.
My guess is that certain providers are crappier than others.
Hmm, possibly the Mediterranean, though the English Channel and North Sea can also be sources of clouds in Europe.
What market has chosen? Apple has chosen to produce an iPhone and people can buy it or not have an iPhone. And people buy it.
Remember how market economy was supposed to be? Suppliers offering choices and people being the decider what sells and what doesn't? What choice do I have? If I want a more or less modern phone, I have to swallow that it's going to have a soldered battery with an anemic lifetime because it's paper thin, along with the phone not being much thicker and needing a protective cover so it doesn't crumple when you put it into your pocket.
And please don't tell me people really HATED those USB ports enough that they DEMANDED them removed...
I actually did have a phone with a tiny keyboard you could flip out underneath. Granted, it was a hint thicker than 2mm, but not much thicker than a contemporary iPhone with its "keeps the tinfoil phone from crumpling in your pocket" protection cover. And it didn't need a cover, so...
"The chain which can be yanked is not the eternal chain." -- G. Fitch