Replying to your edit about commuting on I35. My option is that commuting on the highway is much safer than dealing with city streets. As long as your bike isn under powered(SV650 should be fine), the highway is a much more predictable environment. Typically the public schools had better facilities and I was told higher paid teachers. We did endless fundraising through the church and school to keep the tuition parent paid low because most of the families were not well off. The gov has no interest in getting all of those students back here when they will then have to pay the full cost of their schooling and probably have to buy a few of the schools for space.therealzue 5 points submitted 1 month agoI don love the idea of giving out free homes either, but you know what I like less? Losing our parks to the homeless junkies.
There was a point in JW:FK where the nerdy character is running up a ladder and the ladder falls back down towards the danger and in that brief moment I thought it would be great if he dies here. Set the tone that I don know who might die, plus his scaredy cat shtick was played out by then. Once he survived that scene I got the idea that this movie had no balls, and it never challenged me on that front.
I am so livid that this is able to go on, one short week after this tragedy. ALL GUN SHOWS sales should be stopped in respect for these innocent souls. God Bless us All.. As part of the agreement, Facebook said it would adopt new measures to prevent its members from sending text messages to recycled phone numbers and would work with mobile phone carriers to monitor lists of those numbers.The settlement helps avoid another PR nightmare for Facebook, but it also begs the question: who is actually responsible for Ms. Abrams problem?Is it the mobile phone carrier that sold her a recycled number? If the messages were part of a pattern of harassment, did the previous mobile phone customer have any obligation to inform either Facebook or the carrier of the problem? Or is this an issue that rightly landed on Facebook’s doorstep?Universe hates Higgs boson, Chicago CubsBy John Bowman, CBCNews. A physicist working on the Large Hadron Collider doesn’t think much of the theory that the universe is sabotaging the project to prevent the discovery of the Higgs boson.
You are on the internet right now. Use it. Look up the model number. SubscriptionsGo to the Subscriptions Centre to manage your:My ProfileThe current dispute between Bell Canada and smaller independent internet service providers over the throttling of internet speeds carries echoes of a similar struggle that happened in tiny New Zealand not so long ago over an arcane telecommunications issue known as “local loop unbundling.” The very different directions the two countries have gone in are interesting to say the least.Basically, here’s the simplified version of what local loop unbundling (LLU) is and how it works. Every house has a wire known as the “last mile” that goes to the telephone exchange, or a central building in their neighbourhood. Those exchanges are then hooked up to each other, forming the phone company’s network.