I'm sure republicans feel great now.
Just like a meth-head feels great right after inhaling.
> Think of the amount of data you could store in a single copper BB if the atoms could be used as memory. Holy fuck.
> Ten million Libraries of Congress? 100 million? A billion?
Well -- copper BB's are usually copper coated. Let's assume it is SOLID copper... BB's weigh 5.28 grains at ~6mm; but that is copper coated. I don't remember my density formula at the moment. Let's call it 5 grains.
Copper has a molar mass of ~63.5 g/mol. One mole of an element is defined as 6.022 x 10^23 -- so there's that many atoms in 63.5g of copper. That will give us 9.5 x 10^21 atoms in ONE g of Cu.
Your copper BB storage device would hold roughly:
That's 40 zettabytes or 40 sextillion bytes.
I found it a whole lot easier to just turn Windows off.
> I don't care if it was a Pinto and she was going 80MPH in reverse when she hit the tree causing it to burst into flames.
I would pay to watch that.
Good. I'm glad she's dead. Stupid is what stupid does.
One less drunk on the road that could kill me sober.
Why not blame those who made the alcohol? They're more to blame IMHO. Dumb ass lawsuit.
Gainfully employed bartender in Vermont is a just-so story.
One year previous to your "couple of years ago", Vermont had the highest rate of illicit drug usage in the US.
Did your "free-roaming vacation" take you past the burnout hovels in St. Alban, Winooski, Brattleboro, Barre, Rutland? If so, I'm guessing you didn't have an hour-long wait at the bar in a Rutland Saturday night friends-and-family shooting gallery.
My point is that your just-so story about how a single (or a dozen) hard-working bartenders in Vermont provide a much better population context for socialist governance than people "three generations deep in Section 8 housing and welfare" is an anecdote that says nothing about the benefits of socialist economic agenda in urban and rural contexts.
I'm sure this will go over the drunks real well, I mean go over real well with all the drunks. Either way it'll be fun to watch.
you will take vi from my cold dead hands
"Letting traitors go free" won't play well to the "tough on crime" Republican crowd.
I didn't think protectionism and cozying up to Russia would play well with Republicans either.
My thoughts, exactly.
Snowden embarrassed the Obama administration. As much as I think he should be pardoned and let back onto US soil, Obama won't do it. Trump certainly won't either.
What makes you say Trump won't pardon Snowden?
I oppose Trump in almost every way imaginable, but I do think it's very possible he would pardon Snowden.
Four flat tires. Cut the stems off.
He who steps on others to reach the top has good balance.