Simple solution: Japan will just build robots. I for one, am looking forward to Sony/Skynet overlords that will take over the Japan's labor force. Among other things.
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What you folks are arguing about is just a small bit of the issue. Sure, there are people who puff who may be bipolar...but what about people who have diagnosed severe pain? Seizures? Glaucoma? Loss of appetite as an end result of bouts of chemo from...say cancer?
Marijuana is not a cure-all, by any means of the imagination. But by no means is it the boogyman that the drug enforcement agencies back in the 80s instilled on everyone. Face it...States eventually realized that medicinal marijuana was not a bad thing for its residents, then more have taken appropriate measures to legalize sales.
What Washington and Colorado have done is just the next evolutionary step. The end of the world didn't happen then, and it isn't going to happen with it being legalized for recreational use. If anything, now the the black market and cartels will dry up, and tax revenue monies will be enjoyed. Puff Puff, win-win.
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Meh. The teacher should have totally taken a few cues from "The Queen's Classroom." Now THAT was a classic teacher!
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When I read "deri-heru" I initially thought DAIRY heru...
Not that it's that far of a stretch.
Still, what a weighty predicament...
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It's just like the photo/video sharing features that are done touching Samsung device to Samsung device, or the other plethora of fun that has come to be known in the Galaxy line. It's not about "hating" on Apple: But when the innovations just have't been there on the hardware side of a 4" screen with proprietary software and a perpetual "this is how it is must be done" mantra from the maker, then you can see how it has become easy to bash Apple.
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Personally, I have yet to hear from someone bringing up the issue of "smart guns." You know, the ones that refuse to fire because they have some embedded technology like RFID or sensors or the grip....
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They should have added Serena Williams into the mix....after all, it was named after her.
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"Does that mean until 12am Tuesday morning December 25 or throughout the evening of December 25? I'm guessing 12am Tuedsay morning...."
@ Serrano - How about you enjoy the lights that are NOW ON DISPLAY, instead of worrying about semantics? Besides, everyone knows that the world is going to explode or something before that light display is up, according to the Mayan calendar. Bwahaha.
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And yet despite all the hate coming from the few commentators on this board, or some talk shows with no real sense of humor, PSY has hit Number 1 in 20 other countries' music charts. Japanese debut on the chart for PSY this week? #20.
Goes to show you that someone is just a wee bit late to the party. Don't take yourself so friggin' seriously. He sure doesn't. Lighten up.
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In related news, Tom Cruise, distraught, will repeat his leap back on Oprah's couch....but this time fly back to his home planet of Xenu.
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Gross..AT&T. Wi-Fi Only for me...I refuse to be tied down to that nincompoop of a conglomerate. Worst service EVER!
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What NONE of you has discussed or mentioned is WHY IN THE HELL did the idiot have a pellet gun IN SCHOOL, brandishing it around, in the first place? Seems to me he got himself in this predicament. And yes, I live in Texas, and I find it pathetic that the godmother and stepmother are demanding justice for their slain kid. Why? He put himself in this situation! LEO's (Law Enforcement Officer's) Do not have time to dally around and sit for tea and crumpets to assess the situation when someone is pointing a weapon at them, or what clearly appears to be one. And as far as 3 shots, one might be enough to disable the subject, but he or she can still get up and shoot. So, the correct actions were done and done. It's not a case of Texas vigilante-ism. It's a case of what was supposed to be done right.
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