If you need citrus juice out of an actual citrus fruit as opposed to out of a bottle, dramatically increase your yield with a couple tricks.
Roll it on a counter first, and then pop it in the microwave for about 10 seconds (watch for hot spots). Cut, juice, and see a lot more juice to use.
I was in culinary school with a girl who missed the step about cutting and juicing a lemon. She was literally just rolling it on the counter as hard as she could, and she was getting super frustrated before someone walked by and noticed.
"What are you doing?"
"I'm TRYING to juice this lemon!"
"Um... I think the inside is probably broken up enough now, you can probably cut it and juice it now."
Lemon girl did not complete the program.
So as long as you remember to cut it and juice it, you're good. (Careful with the rolling too. I squeezed a blood orange between my two hands once and it burst all over my chef coat.)
I always thought that video games are the next evolutionary step up from reading books. When I read a book, I'm imagining what is going on. I am an invisible spectator, with no control over the story. With video games, I have as much control as the developers allow me. The story still gets told, but I get to have some say in what happens and when (depending on the game, obviously).
How about Mass Effect? Your choices in the first game have consequences in the second. Politics, genetic modifications, the rights of AI to exist, speciesism, sexuality, nobility, selfishness, all of these show up depending on how you play the game.
"Furthermore, of course, there's a question of why you would even want to do so. That's not made at all clear in the article, but if you're talking about consenting adults trying to find some porn online, what's the problem with that?"
I don't know. Ask Steve Jobs? Apparently he's decided to protect Apple customers from the porn monster as well. Maybe South Africa can make a business deal and become Apple-exclusive!
Actually, it's even easier than that. All of the doom and gloom budget projections include the rising cost of health care. We pay roughly twice per capita what other industrialized nations pay for health care. In a few more decades, we're on track to pay 3 to 4 times. If we institute a real single-payer medical system, all those deficits magically turn into surpluses, because we're not paying multiple times what we actually need to for health care.
Source: Dean Baker, co-director of the Center for Economic and Policy Research
Here in MN, they passed a law that says it's illegal to go slow in the left lane. What's slow? I don't know. What about when there's a left exit? No word. This only leads to tailgating and speeding. Personally, instead of outlawing each distraction singularly, I think they should just outlaw driving, and we can all walk to work, or go back to riding horses. Though then we'd have to pass "No talking while riding" laws too...
Seriously, isn't it better than say, going to a stadium to watch people slaughter each other live before thousands of screaming fans? Maybe we should go back to REAL gladiators instead of programming Objects.
Just give all home cooks only one ingredient to cook with. In fact, we can make it a green initiative by recycling while we set this up. I know, Soylent Green FTW. Saves the restaurant industry, AND helps free up cemetery space for the death industry too!
"Hmmm this will teach kids to be responsible with school equipment!" How can a school justify punishing a student for something said in a home? Just like that 12-year-old girl that got arrested for a first offense of *GASP* writing a few words on a school desk.
Wow, I'd imagine that girl has some serious insecurity issues. I mean, just try to picture that thought process: "Some anonymous person called me a skank. Skanks are bad. People might read that and think I'm a skank. That's defamation, I can sue!!"
You cannot, however much you'd like to, legislate common sense! Might as well ban mascara in cars, or toddlers in cars, or why not just ban cars altogether? Then we could ban texting while riding a horse! I shudder to think about how we elect representatives that pull crap like this.
The US has banned a lot of books over the years. Mostly from high schools in silly efforts to protect the children from some nebulous "threat". But any time a book has been successfully banned, it lays the groundwork for the next. Last I read, (which was a while ago now) Judy Blume was the most banned author in the US.