their prize-winning vagina all stretched out.
Actually its the Coin Slot and Prize Chute all in one
Historically humans have often had more children than there was food to support as anything up to 50% died before 5.
sadly those who breed most prolifically are the least likely to contribute to society we are heading to idiocracy
1. Put your shirts on hangers
While still wet will minimise ironing
All cost is derived from human labour. If there is no labour in making the stuff you need to live, then it has no cost (free). A businessman owning a fully automated factory would be the human labour, and rivals would attempt to reduce that (competition).
No economics 101 all cost/price is due to supply and demand just because there is no labour cost there will still be material/delivery/distribution/advertising etc, etc cost and just because a product is plentiful or cheap to manufacture doesn't mean it will be cheap to buy, diamonds for example. Note also Labour cost is only part of the problem some gadgets are completely built by robots yet are manufactured in countries where regulations and tax systems mean better profits for stock holders
True that most of the failed applicants were asian or indian but even the asian and indians on our team appreciated the method as it meant we didn't waste weeks with someone who wasn't qualified
It amazes me how many times the patch to fix the problem, doesn't fix the problem.
I fixed it, easy I removed all Microsoft products now if only cancer was that easy
And... how exactly would Britain be able to help multinationals dodge taxes on profits earned in EU countries?
"Transfer pricing" EU divisions buy at higher price from UK distributor and sell at near cost to them leaving all the profits in low tax area, already happens everywhere else and near impossible to police. And yes Brexit looks a good thing as the Brits don't want to be governed by the Germans who obviously now need billions to fund the refugee/invader crisis they encouraged
As for the courts In the past the woman was certainly a parent after all it came out of her however are you sure you are the dad? A while back when paternity testing first became popular a statistic came back that as much as 25% of children were the progeny of another dad- note I can't recall if was disputed cases only which is why courts tend to favour women in custody al other things being equal.
There is another disturbing aspect to this:
If it is established that in order to avoid liability, providers must disconnect their customers after a certain number of allegations of infringement (because let's face it, it's rarely going to be practical to determine the factual or legal basis of these alleged infringements),
What would be the legal liability if they frivolously disconnect someone whose internet connection is connected to security services, medical machines etc and those services are suddenly required. Or simply trying to get legal help to fight a frivolous claim. These days internet access is arguably a utility like electricity and water and the normal phone system which is exempt from liability of the illegal use by there customers. This seems like a mistake on the part of the judiciary and ISP's should fight it as it is not there job to be police - looking at everyone’s internet connection, I suspect and highly illegal, judge listening to and acting on claims by any party, jury i.e. passing a judgement and then executioner cutting of a service without a court order based on individual merit. ISP's should fight this otherwise the compensation payments to customers will be higher than anything Hollywood could inflict
Sometimes, too long is too long. - Joe Crowe