We’re currently in the process of designing and building a new library because, believe it or not, a poured concrete structure doesn’t allow for much change to the power and internet infrastructure. »
So, I am not a lawyer, but reading the judge’s opinion, he appears to be saying that the very act of pointing a gun and pulling the trigger can never, ever be considered “reckless.” Never mind that the person hit was not the person being fired upon. Never mind that the defendant allegedly blindly fired over his… »
Seems weird to me that no reporting re: Ferguson won, but I guess the media did fuck that one up pretty bad!»
It's such a fantastic shot, basically a replica of this one (which is meant entirely as a compliment). »
Are we sure the scene in "Cut Man" was actually done in one take? I haven't gone back to look, but even that .gif has that classic "zoom in on a single area to mask a cut" look. There's an earlier part of the scene that does the same thing. »
It's easy to miss the word "respectively," as I did at first. Without that word, either July 16 or August 17 would be correct. Once you realize that Albert knows the month and Bernard knows the day, July 16th is the only possible answer.
What I learned from this video: Playing "When the Saints Go Marching In" in a minor key makes it sound like the Game of Thrones theme. »
I don't know that this is the way to solve whatever problem it's supposed to solve. It's also bound to cause a huge problem with grocery stores. There are already problems in may cities getting decent grocers into downtown areas because of space restrictions and limitations and keeping the chains out isn't going to… »
They canceled school here today because the wind knocked out so much power last night that only about half the schools had electricity this morning. We literally had hurricane-force winds hit the city (89 MPH in one area). We've still got poles down across the main road near my house, probably 10-15% of the city is… »
I'm pretty sure the whole Kroger family does this, so that would be Kroger, Dillon's, Ralph's, Smith's, Harris Teeter, and bunch of others. It really is great. We have our cards attached to our church and a couple of choirs that my wife sings in.
Okay, the article is pretty dense and I'm trying to comprehend it, but from what I understand the issue is that, as cities become more and more suburbanized, the jobs tend to move out to the suburbs too. »
And, most importantly, the extra-solar planets we've found are known to be biased toward systems with large planets close to the star simply because those are easiest for us to spot with our current methods. »
I don't think it's that, I think he's still a little bit crazy...and maybe an asshole too. The thing is, we never got to see Phil before everything happened. He may have been the naive person you describe or he may have just been a dick. And now that he has somebody to be a dick to (multiple somebodies actually),… »
Is it really that much for you? We've never come close to being able to deduct our mortgage interest. I imagine most non-wealthy people outside of New York, San Francisco, or Boston would say the same. »
Goddammit people are so fucking greedy. This is a process. Do you understand that. It was always going to go this way. We're talking about the third company in the second wave of cord-cutting and do you know what they're offering? Pretty much the exact thing before for half the price. Isn't that great? »