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Each generation has its fair share of good music. The style of music also gives you a good feel for the region you're in.
Nothing tops Gen III for me. The most upbeat generation. Gives the feeling that you're genuinely on an adventure.
Breivik is not insane.
He committed an absolute atrocity, but he is not insane. He has a very firm grip on logic. It made sense to him to perform a massacre. The type and extent of thought he gave to his plans indicate a mind not lacking in sanity, but in understanding of emotion and of any...
I like how you're all selectively quoting me, thereby giving your implicit acceptance that everything I've said that you haven't quoted is correct.
That was a joke.
Hence the emoticon.
You quite clearly said in the OP that "we are clearly past the point where we need to use coal"...and...
I don't find the supposed damage of a few extra years of coal worth the cost of changing to nuclear for a short period of time. Money better spent elsewhere.
Keep in mind that I am approaching this from an Australian standpoint. The effects of coal power on our population are...
You're missing the point here.
We're looking for a temporary solution for coal (which apparently is so bad that we cannot possibly use it for a second longer, lest we all die) until renewable sources can provide the same amount of power for a relatively similar monetary cost.
No, why would I be?
Until you can guarantee that there will be absolutely no meltdowns under any circumstances, it's not worth the potential cost, which is the exact thing you're complaining about with coal.
I'm not going to discuss this with you if the only thing you're going to argue is that "He didn't get it legally therefore gun control laws are not needed".
That is absurd.
I am well aware of the prohibition era, and of the "drug war".
Have you considered looking north? Or perhaps...
Well, yes, we are a month into 2012 already, but there are still eleven left.
I'm going to make a list of "things" in the world that we know will or might happen. You're going to predict the specifics. Person at the end of the year with the most correct predictions gets lots of respect and...
Yes, I have heard this numerous times.
There is absolutely nothing to be frightened of because there is not, and has never been, a genuine chance of this becoming law, and even if it did, its application would be extremely difficult. Notwithstanding the fact that the law applies to only one...