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He’s not doing it right.
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Figures that Gawker chose to run with the waitress’ story without getting all the facts. They are almost as bad as TMZ.
Serenity makes a great stocking stuffer.
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I had an idea for something like this a few years ago, but my idea would have required a much larger infrastructure. The idea was to take all of your membership cards for various retailers and consolidate them into one card, although different retailers would have had to participate for it to be compatible at their stores.
This is the first Advice God I’ve seen that actually made me laugh.
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Whoa, Detroit still has TV signals?
I used to eat at Burger King all the time, but now they kind of suck. Just about every time I’ve been there in the last year, they have managed to burn my food-- even at breakfast. The last time I went there I got a cinnabon for breakfast, and it was cold.
It’s like someone at Shout factory was just said “no-one is gonna buy Season 3 anyway, so who cares if the cover looks like crap.”
Now there is an allegory if ever I saw one.
Why? Korra is hot.
I think the important thing here is that the mayor of Toronto is very soory and promises it won’t happen agayne.
While alternative and future renewable energies are well worth investing in, as they say a bird in the hand is worth two in the bush. Fracking is a great way to increase the global full p fuel supply, and in the United States and Canada it represents the possibility of not only energy independence but also the opportunity for our countries to become energy exporters, which means more jobs. It’s really no wonder that Opec is investing millions (possibly even billions) into anti-fracking propaganda-- they are already losing a lot of business to it, and they’ll lose even more as the technology proliferates and improves.
Fracking is not just about increasing the amount if energy we have available-- it’s also about sending less money to oil-producing countries like Saudi Arabia and Iran that love our money but hate our way of life. Like it or not, we need oil, and we have had to give a lot of money and manpower to some very bad people in order to get it. The Saudis recently threatened to cut off diplomatic relations with us since we wouldn’t go to war with Syria for them. Syria os one of Saudi Arabia’s biggest oil competitors, and the war would have driven up Saudi oil prices. For them, making the US fight Syra would have been good business.
While I would love to have a fuel cell car that runs on hydrogen for pennies a mile, if the choice for now is between fracking and letting groups like the Saudis continue to hold us by the metaphorical balls, I will take fracking.