...on this site. Many of the people reading and posting on this site have Irish blood to some degree. Maybe you should find someplace else to spew your racist and divisive drivel.
Cuimhnigh orm, a Dhia, le haghaidh maith.
It always has. Nothing new here. Soldiers are taught to do this when captured by the enemy to convey that they are in distress when propaganda photos are issued. Rand is conveying a message to you of distress in an effort to disarm his political opponents.
Here's a photo of a soldier doing this very thing to Hillary Clinton...
This is incredible.
I would love to see that evidence as well.
...not modify it. Acting on the premise that Congress has a say is the issue for me.
...Rand was right to vote as he did. The ends don't justify the means. It should be a state issue.
...but there are some major social issues in southern France and resentment is clearly building on both sides of this issue. Marseille and Beziers are two cities I've visited in the last year and they are clearly Muslim-dominated cities: socially, religiously, economically, and politically. While my Cajun-French is of a rather limited use in France, I understood enough during my visit to know that these issues are getting worse, not better. This is a complex issue and people on both sides are becoming angrier with time.
J'espère qu'ils pourront trouver une solution pacifique.
...that we ought to be careful how we employ the words "true", "logic", "reason", or "philosophy" and how we connect them in our statements. Philosophy doesn't imply reason or logic because in some cases it is explicitly hostile to it. That was my point.
Philosophy is occasionally based in reason, but not always. Nietzsche was very opposed to the idea that reason should be the cornerstone of philosophy. "All philosophers are tyrannized by logic" he once wrote.
...I wish it was but it isn't. Here's the original article from a German-language satire site that I've translated via Google Translate:
...for the first two years and then transfer as a junior to a 4-year. CC's are much cheaper and just as effective for your first two years provided you take it seriously. CC's have a better scheduling system than most 4-year schools do making it easier to work and pay your way through. Once you've transferred to a 4-year, load up on as many classes as you can and finish as soon as you can to save money. My wife and I are both professors at a CC and we've seen huge benefits to those that go that route.
In fact, in some states you can attend a CC while still in high school. Several programs here in California allow you to obtain your AA or AS degree and your high school diploma at the same time which means you could potentially graduate from a 4-year by the time you are about 20 years old. Look into it.
If you want to do the gap approach (though I recommend against it), I would put it after completing an AA/AS degree.
...I teach geology at a college and this is a typical landslide. There are dozens of them along California's Pacific Coast Highway, some creeping slowly and others moving at deadly speeds.
It's all a part of the natural process we geologists call mass-wasting.
...as I've seen that fiery depression used all over the web and it is frequently misidentified. I'm a geologist and have been familiar with that site for at least 10 years and that's why I recognized it so quickly.
It's a famous natural gas-filled depression that is routinely visited by tourists. See link.
The plane is basically a modified F-5 fighter with some anti-radar features. It's pretty much a light fighter with some ground attack ability and the technology for this type of plane was obsolete in the early-1970's.
The real message is that Iran can arm itself on its own without foreign weapons but I doubt the U.S. Air Force is very concerned.
...I hope this one goes a long way.
Are they going after breast-feeding mothers next?
The government has gone insane.