I agree with you on the whole, but when it came down to what amounts to a set play, the defense, at that moment, might have been setup to defend for a shorter amount of time than what was played. That's why the last measurement is more important: the nomber of outcomes is much smaller.
I don't know who you hang out with, but the D&D players I know tend to be pretty superstitious about their die. And fairness doesn't really enter into it: if you roll any dice for no reason and get a high value, you are wasting those high values. If a dice is rolling badly for you, you "retire" it for the night.
it makes absolutely no sense, but it does.
What are you complaining about. The meowmeowbeens episode was great. I don't know what could go wrong.
For the Horde, I mean, FOR THE CHILDREN!
So, for the Alliance, then.
For the ward!
If you screw a woman in some countries without their father's approval beforehand it is rape.
And I would think they would have tons of trouble having you extradited from the U.S. or the U.K. Not that this has anything to do with the case at hand.
I don't know how seriously the scientist took this research.
But I do remember that Richard Feynman wrote a paper on the wobbling movement of a spinning plate. He did this because he was depressed and had scientific writer's block. And nobody would deny the importance of his later work.
Science is science. If what they find is correct in the scientific sense, it really doesn't bother me too much.
I'd be worried if scientists started really competing for the Ig Nobel prizes. But I doubt that they ever will
Since I was doing "undercover" programming (i.e. programming at night when I was supposed to sleep
I then kept this habit since, learning the sound of a properly running computer, and being able to tell when the beast is trashing, and so on.
Of course, with all those new-fangled virtual hosts, I'm missing a lot of cue about the system I'm working with. This is sad, my friend, really sad.
Hmmmm, I'm wondering: will she find this cute, or plain too much geeky ?!?
You stopped quoting when if gets interesting.
By party and region
Note : "Southern", as used in this section, refers to members of Congress from the eleven states that made up the Confederate States of America in the American Civil War. "Northern" refers to members from the other 39 states, regardless of the geographic location of those states.
The original House version:
* Southern Democrats: 7-87 (7%-93%)
* Southern Republicans: 0-10 (0%-100%)
* Northern Democrats: 145-9 (94%-6%)
* Northern Republicans: 138-24 (85%-15%)
The Senate version:
* Southern Democrats: 1-20 (5%-95%) (only Senator Ralph Yarborough of Texas voted in favor)
* Southern Republicans: 0-1 (0%-100%) (this was Senator John Tower of Texas)
* Northern Democrats: 45-1 (98%-2%) (only Senator Robert Byrd of West Virginia opposed the measure)
* Northern Republicans: 27-5 (84%-16%) (Senators Bourke Hickenlooper of Iowa, Barry Goldwater of Arizona, Edwin L. Mechem of New Mexico, Milward L. Simpson of Wyoming, and Norris H. Cotton of New Hampshire opposed the measure)
A man is known by the company he organizes. -- Ambrose Bierce