I really doubt anybody changes their vote to be on the winning side. Also, third-party candidates aren't viable candidates in the US. The polls are not responsible for their lack of success.
Your brain doesn't have to be fully developed to know that murder is not okay! The sentence that they received is not just so they "learn their lesson" but to make sure they pay for the horrible crime they committed.
Most of the "kids" who get life are 17 years old. It's not like were locking up actual 14 year old kids. They know the difference from right and wrong and they chose to do something really bad, usually murder. If they can take a life, they can spend the rest of their lives in prison.
While you are right, I think it is way more important to learn about their policies and ideas. Don't worry though, it will never change. Arguing like a reality TV show is great for ratings.
So do they literally have Fashion Police?
Don't you think North Korea would have forced the surgery on those athletes as well?
There was no reason to require reassignment surgery. It does not affect physical abilities. Hormone therapy does affect physical abilities.
Trying to do international business when it's a Tuesday in the states and a Saturday in the rest of the world wouldn't work.
Historically, the only way a new political party has gained any lasting influence has been by completely supplanting an existing party, thereby retaining the two-party system. Example being the Republican party replacing the Whigs.
"By reaching 5 percent of the popular vote, Gary Johnson will secure approximately $10 million for the Libertarian candidate in the 2016 election. For a third party candidate, this is significant and justifies Gary Johnson’s recent quest to give him five." http://ivn.us/2012/11/01/why-5-matters-to-gary-johnson/
Do you mind me asking which way you lean politically? Hard to help you find a candidate if we're playing guessing games.
Have you ever heard of something called a third party. There are more candidates than just Trump and Clinton. I'm sure you will find one of them more appealing.
Texting is dangerous while driving as well. Our phones don't block that feature while going over a certain speed. Passengers should be able to play the game and people should just be smart enough not to play while driving.
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It’s time to stop forcing games to be “sports.” Jamming them into that label and pushing them onto platforms like ESPN only invites direct comparisons to the traditional sports that more people already know. That comparison inevitably surfaces what pro gaming lacks, such as easily intelligible physical prowess, and does nothing to highlight its many unique merits. Calling these games “sports” is like calling YouTube videos “TV shows.” All are entertaining, but they’re different in important ways, and it’s to the benefit of eSports to recognize those differences. If Google had trained the world to expect TV-style production values on YouTube, the site would be far less creative and interesting. http://www.recode.net/2015/4/27/11561916/video-games-on-espn-its-time-to-stop-pretending-esports-are-real
Six months is fair. The boy made a mistake. No need to ruin the rest of his life. Can you honestly say that you didn't do stupid things when you were 20.
Seriously, how can anyone eat that much and think they can't lose weight. Just stop eating like that. Addictions can be broken.
Security and profits don't mix well. If the security company wants the airport to hire more of their people, they can just let a few security slips happen. Sounds scary.
Budweiser went all out. I think its a fantastic marketing scheme. "Changing the title wasn’t as simple as typing out a new label. Budweiser is a hand-drawn script that had to be recreated to spell our country’s name. The "A" in America was particularly challenging, because as the focal point of the word, it had to channel the same distinctive, swirly aesthetic of the Budweiser "B." The alterations don’t stop with the beer’s name. Almost every bit of type on the Budweiser label has been scrubbed away by Easter Egg patriotism, with new text citing the Pledge of Allegiance, the Star Spangled Banner, and America the Beautiful—all rendered in newly developed hand lettering, inspired by Budweiser’s archives. To name just a few of the updates: "King of Beers" has been changed to "E Pluribus Unum," "The World Renowned" changed to "Land of the Free," and "Anheuser-Busch, Inc." updated to read "Liberty & Justice For All." Even legalese like "Trademark" was changed to "Indivisible," and "Registered" changed to "Since 1776" (you know, the year America was founded—even though, technically, Budweiser wouldn’t be available for another 100 years)." https://www.fastcodesign.com/3059681/budweiser-renames-its-beer-america
Ryan will support Trump eventually. Trump is going to pick a sensible running mate and then Ryan will be on board.
That's not what it does at all. Pastors have never been required to marry anyone that they don't want to.
Supporters of Rubio and Walker will turn to Bush, but Cruz and Carson supporters probably won’t. Cruz has been trying to align himself in a position that when Trump drops out, he inherits all Trumps supporters.
People elected to congress are rich, not smart. Don’t give them too much credit.
Uber fanatics are under the impression that regulations on Uber will ruin the service. In fact, it’s the opposite. They will ensure that Uber cars undergo regular maintenance and safety checks. They will keep prices at a standard rate instead of random price surges. Drivers will have to have background checks to ensure they don’t have a history of illegal activity such as driving drunk.
Also, kids think they are invincible and don’t understand that these things kill you.