I was born long, long ago in a galaxy far, far away. No. Not that one. That one is silly.
… when have they ever been wrong ? …
I’m going to call that a successful test of both.
Are we confusing coverage with care? Or are we just considering a $12K deductible as reasonable care? I’m guessing most of the happy liberals praising the ACA are not faced with the horrors of it. It’s easy to be compassionate with other people’s money and not care that your compassion is hurting the people it is purported to help.
That is not a tenable position. You are being sold a piece of swamp.
The Constitution of the United States recognizes that no government has the authority to deny its constituents the right to keep and bear arms. Naturally, there are those who do not recognize the authority of the Constitutional government of the United States.
That is quite true. Most gun deaths are actually suicides. In fact, the U.S. Department of Justice reports that approximately 60% of all adult firearm deaths are by suicide. So there is a good chance that people who are afraid of firearm ownership not being in the authority of the government to prohibit, as stated in the Constitution, are suicidal.
It was a typo. He meant to say, " “What about Chicago” had become shorthand for, “There is an obvious fallacy in this premise.” "
The commas were added for grammatical clarity, obviously, and were not present in the original ad hominem comment.
Technology is killing the world!
We have to reduce the population to less than half a billion and all live in harmonious organic communes and never, ever eat meat or use fire. These things, like firearms, are things of the gods and not meant for common people. Cold water, outdoor plumbing and hard labor will save the world from disaster!
I’m important though, and will require a car, a driver, a jet, a helicopter, a mansion with indoor plumbing and electricity and, of course, a phalanx of armed guards to protect my August Person from the rabble.
That is your subconscious mind attempting to impose order on chaos, to recognize patterns where none are intended. This is also what causes dreaming, as you attempt to put events into order for storage and retrieval as needed, drawing on existing memory templates to derive a narrative from cached experiences.
Not any more, no.
But once upon a time, handheld calculators used seven-segment leds for numeric displays.
That was before liquid crystal displays became cheap and popular, naturally.