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  • sandmile

    sandmile

    March 11, 2015, 8:11 am

    1st December, 2009, Alicia Keys is going to release her fourth studio album titled “The Element of Freedom”. At the end of last month, she has given to know the lead single of this new material, Doesn’t Mean Anything, on 2009 MTV Video Music Awards. The one has reached the peak positions at #61 on U.S. Billboard Hot 100 and #66 on Canadian Hot 100. The second single to be released is titled “Try Sleeping with a Broken Heart.” But Keys has not announced the date yet. According with a Billboard’s review this song is perfectly compared with her other hits “No One” and “Superwoman”.

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  • Onelouder

    Onelouder

    March 10, 2015, 5:31 pm

    When I was 11 I was outside during recess talking to my friend who was on the swings, these swings were the rubber seat kind like that, and they have a metal belt inside to keep the rubber from tearing. Unfortunately, the rubber cracked, exposing the metal and corroded it out, until, as he was coming down from swinging forwards, the swing gave out and my friend went flying backwards about 20 feet. It was the most amazing thing I'd ever seen in my eleven years of life, but the aftermath of the ambulance wasn't that great. Still, I kept laughing when I pictured it in my head. Sorry Curtis!

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  • pharmacykeys

    pharmacykeys

    March 10, 2015, 12:11 pm

    I'm not standing up for the bankers. In fact, I'm wildly ignorant to the exact specifics of the US's turmoil. What you're doing, however, is associating a few instances of depravity with an entire economic philosophy.

    With exception, the rich are generally rich for a reason. Whether through direct or indirect means, they've generated wealth, and have been reward for it.

    "The inherent vice of capitalism is the unequal sharing of blessings; the inherent virtue of socialism is the equal sharing of miseries."

    - Winston Churchill

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  • stone11

    stone11

    March 10, 2015, 8:13 pm

    >Thanks for raising the level of discourse.

    I did, actually; obscenities are a substantial raise from the trite, hollow babbling you offered. It is only possible that someone have the opinion you do if they have *literally never* possessed the intellectual curiosity to actually *challenge* the received idiocy from people like Ron Paul. What's worst about people like you is that you're the ones most likely to claim to be concerned with 'original intent' and 'the Founders' when in reality *Jefferson himself* wrote that laws we no longer valid twenty years after they were passed. *All* of the Founders believed the Enlightenment idea that 'the Earth belongs in usufruct to the living', and, terrified as they were witnessing the example in the European monarchy where the public could be constrained for centuries by arbitrary convention passed above their heads, they would *never* want us today to try to constrain ourselves to their ideas.

    *No one* advocates the Air Force be disbanded because we all agree that while it is not *in* the Constitution, it *is* a reasonable inference therefrom. If you had any integrity in the convictions you pretend to have, you'd advocate that it be disbanded until such a time as an actual amendment could be passed -- which, since the amendment process was made intentionally unwieldy since it was meant to account for only the most exigent changes between Conventions, would likely take months to a year or more.

    What's ultimately the most aggravating is that you think you've found a scapegoat here, a reprieve, a stay of execuction -- any excuse for not having to develop an *actual* argument to justify your ideology.

    I'm the one who tells you: you haven't.

    You'll have to pardon me if I swear a few times doing so.

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  • InfinitelyThirsting

    InfinitelyThirsting

    March 11, 2015, 12:47 am

    But you're ignoring the fact that despite our empathy, malformed and unfit children were usually killed or exposed. Older adults were taken care of, yes, because they had contributed, both in their youth and in their age with wisdom. But a child that will be nothing but a burden? Nowhere but in developed nations are those children regularly saved and cossetted.

    As for the adoption option, bullshit someone would adopt and treasure it. Very few people choose to adopt special needs kids. Most adopt healthy babies. Kids with issues grow up in orphanages.

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  • sinfondo

    sinfondo

    March 11, 2015, 12:28 am

    > No that is not true. There are other laws too about land ownership for example.

    What laws about land ownership apply differently to Jews and non-Jews?

    > Not being allowed to do military service is also used to discriminate against Palestinians since it is common to require military service even for trivial jobs as working at McDonalds.

    1. They are *allowed* to do military service. Their leaders actively campaign for them not to do *any* service, not even community service instead of military service.

    2. The law explicitly forbids discrimination on the basis of military service. The courts are consistent in upholding this law.

    > So you are saying that all the 400 murdered children were "collateral damage"? Are you serious? I know that you would not accept one single Israeli death. Your pretense is ridiculous.

    If the Palestinians made (1) an effort to protect their civilians instead of putting them in harms way (much like Israelis do) and (2) an effort to target the military and not civilians, then I would have no choice but to accept collateral damage on the Israeli side. Until (1) and (2) are fulfilled the whole discussion is academic.

    > It's obvious that the damage done by the over-sized fireworks occasionally sent from Gaza has created minimal collateral damage. Since they are not targeted it is not intentional.

    It is precisely because they are not targeted that it is intentional. These things have poor aim, but it's not like their trying to hit a specific house in Sderot. They're trying to hit *any* house in Sderot. Sometimes they manage.

    > You benefit from the suffering of the Palestinians but you don't understand it. You benefit from the occupation and land theft. You benefit from the money the US pours into Israel.

    Not as much as I would benefit from an end to their suffering.

    All of your further comments show a complete ignorance and naivety regarding the issue. If it were as simple as you present it it would have been solved by now.

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  • CherryInHove

    CherryInHove

    March 11, 2015, 3:19 am

    I'm English and I was just thinking "What would I choose if I had to choose something to represent American cuisine" and I don't really think it's going to be possible. The way I see it, because your states are so big they're almost like separate countries with their own cuisine and climate and so things that people enjoy in Mississippi are likely to be entirely different to what is being eaten in Maine.

    I suspect this is a similar story in lots of countries but possibly less defined in many as most countries are nowhere near the size of the USA so it's always going to be a lazy choice.

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  • jaysonbank

    jaysonbank

    March 11, 2015, 4:24 am

    Right, but the ultimate problem, the one that underpins all of this is the fact that these people have a _choice_ in testing. There should be no choice, tests must be done by an independent authority, on the spot, with zero notice.

    I honestly can't blame these companies for making these threats/demands - thats their prerogative, they are out to make money, thats their bottom line, thats what companies are for, and they are going to use whatever tools they have at their disposal. If i were running these businesses I would almost certainly be threatening companies that test my meat (heh) why the fuck would I want to risk getting shut down?

    No, the real people at fault here are the government agencies responsible for this market and the way these agencies are set up to be both regulators and promoters of the industry.

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  • fragilemachinery

    fragilemachinery

    March 10, 2015, 7:24 pm

    On a scale of 1 to 10, how mad at me would you be for making ~100mil/hr mining arkanor in 0.0 in a gisti hulk + Rokh combo? If you get into a major territory holding alliance (I was in goonfleet from our days as noobs in syndicate until about 9 months before they finally took down BoB) it's possible to make huge quantities of isk relatively trivially. For most 0.0 players I knew it wasn't the cost of replacing a battleship or even a HAC that was the problem, it was the hassle of spending an hour or more running to Jita to buy a new one and then getting it safely back to your territory (although, eventually for us at least, our alliance-operated jump bridges made this a lot easier). I eventually sold my carrier/mining character for about 8 billion isk and spent most of my last year in eve dicking around in faction fitted HAC's and Recons (which are, or were anyway, almost impossible to lose if you know what you're doing).

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  • infostellar

    infostellar

    March 10, 2015, 10:41 pm

    Microsoft Exchange Server offers multilingual environment support to its users. You can easily access of your emails, contacts, tasks and other items in any language, which is included in its database. Every language in Microsoft Exchange Server has a unique Locale ID (LCID). This is quite helpful feature to provide access of Exchange Server in native language. But in some situations, this might might prove harmful and cause database index corruption. The situation might occur due to a number of reasons and eventually cause critical database corruption and data loss situations. Such cases require Exchange Recovery to be sorted out.

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  • chippingpotatoes

    chippingpotatoes

    March 10, 2015, 6:47 pm

    I am talking about the amount of information contained within your personality/brain/consciousness; your capacity for growth as a person. You could learn several new things about yourself everyday, for the rest of your life. Even if you had more time you would never cease to learn new things because new situations would always arise to teach you more. I understand death is a finite cap, the point is that a portion of you is interesting in a fractal sense (the further you look the more there is); no amount of searching could ever get all of the information. Just because you have a finite amount of time here does not mean that you as an individual are finite. IMHO YOU, are infinite, and the universe contains all of your information, along with all of everyone else's.

    And was there nothing before the big bang? Or was everything just contained within a single point that began to expand, and continues to expand?

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  • jordanlund

    jordanlund

    March 10, 2015, 6:45 pm

    The problem is that before you can have battery standards you need to have screen brightness, CPU and drive usage standards.

    For example, I have a netbook with an 11.6" screen. You'd think you could compare it to any other netbook with an 11.6" screen... Except this one has an AMD Athlon 64 bit processor instead of an Atom processor. It also has an ATI X1270 graphics card while most netbooks don't have any sort of added graphics at all.

    I could, if I wanted, get an app to overclock the processor, that's going to impact battery life. I could run at highest brightness all the time...

    There are way too many variables to have a standard battery ratings card.

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