So? If they can't bother to vote they really don't deserve to complain.
Actually, they're the ONLY ones who deserve to complain. If your choices are between bad and worse, voting for either is continuing the problem. Being a conscientious objector is the only logic position, and hence the only person who can stand on the moral high ground to complain.
But do go ahead and vote between being kicked in the balls, and being hit with a golf club in the balls. Then whine about how your balls hurt.
This is the reason they're backing Hillary: they know how wishy-washy she is. Whatever she's saying today, she'll do a complete 180 before the year is up. It was one of the main reasons Bernie did as well as he did - Hillary keeps flip-flopping, and he called her on it.
Dodd's already chewed out Obama once for not doing what they paid him to. He's gonna throw another hissy fit, but that's the thing about late second term presidents - they're like Honey Badger: they just don't give a damn! :)
Add to that the fact that many more people will be using the system since it expires every three year. With more people applying, there's bound to be delays in processing since they'll only have one unpaid volunteer working on the applications. Your coverage probably also doesn't start until they finish processing your application. Looks like something the **AA groups came up with as a way to minimize the number of folks able to claim safe harbor.
Yeah, I ate a taco salad out of a tortilla bowl exactly like the one shown once a week or two for years back in the early 90's. I've had various TexMex served in virtually identical bowls all across the US over the last three decades... which is the whole point. Some lawyer saw how ubiquitous these bowls were, did a design patent search that turned up negative, and saw dollar signs.
Go to NewEgg.com and look at the AMD APUs in the same class as the PS4/XBone. You can often put together a similar, but better, system for just a little more, and it'll be a lot more useful since it will be a complete PC capable of running linux or Windows.
Not that I would run Windows 10. I have Windows 7 x64, and ONLY for gaming. I run Xubuntu 16.04 LTS for everything else.
Yeah, like anyone has their receipt after all this time. I sure don't. Anywho, I ran Xubuntu 9.10 on my PS3 for a couple years before finally updating to be able to play newer BDs. That was the MAIN way Sony forced you to update - you couldn't hardly play anything without a newer firmware. These days, I have custom firmware 4.55 on it so I can at least run homebrew.
This is going to be one of those cases where the payments to CUSTOMERS will be tiny as no one will be able to claim anything. I can't prove I even own the thing, much less that I ran Xubuntu on it.
Defendants knowingly and/or recklessly create virtual playgrounds/workshops where children can purchase and use virtual guns to cause mass shootings at virtual movie theaters under The Marks creating the false statement that Cinemark’s movie theaters are “unsafe”.
No, I think people got the idea theaters might not be safe when a real person shot up a theater in real life. It had nothing to do with games.
A lot of folks are confused about Miranda Warnings in any case. They think (usually due to movies and TV) that a Miranda Warning must be given immediately or it's a Get-Out-Of-Jail-Free card. That's not the case. The first point where police are required to give the Miranda Warning is prior to being ARRAIGNED, not arrested. Now they normally do give it as you are being arrested, but it's not required, and many places don't - the first you get the warning it right as they drag you before the judge to arraign you.
But the Court has also held that, even when there is a Fourth Amendment violation, this exclusionary rule does not apply when the costs of exclusion outweigh its deterrent benefits.
In other words, we broke the rules, but that's okay because you're CRIMINAL SCUM and deserve to be in jail. So watch out, we're going to get you even if it means breaking the rules.
Of course these days, being "criminal scum" has never been easier. Maybe you anonymously insulted your corrupt Mayor on Twitter. Maybe you insulted a rich person's hair. Maybe you advertised to rent your home while you're away on summer vacation. Maybe you crossed the street outside a marked crosswalk. Guess what? You're criminal scum and the rules no longer apply for you.
Hmm - that's a good point, but let's turn that into a plus! Use a fuel cell. That's the safest way to turn hydrogen into power. As you remark, to provide the current needed for electric motors to get you off the ground, the fuel cell will be exceedingly hot. So use that heat to maintain a hot-air envelope to help lift the car. So, a small hot air balloon type vehicle with electric fans to direct it, with the fuel cell keeping the air hot.