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These guys are nitwits, who belong to the "private sector can always do things better than the government" club. Make them put their money where their mouth is, and let the private sector pay for their reconstruction, rather than the government.
Wright was a visionary of design, no doubt, and inspired much of today's design. However, his designs were not as practical when it came to function. Hence, the leaky roofs and impractical furnishings. When it comes to combining modern design with practical function, Apple stands out as probably the greatest innovator...more
Their coffee is horrid! Bitter and thin. Starbucks isn't great, as they burn their coffee beans, but it is better than McDonald's. I would rather brew some Tully's or Seattle's Best at home, or stop at an independent coffee shop if I am away from home...
Please old man, Star Trek was a dying franchise. The old series has run its course and Abrams reimagining was the only thing keeping it from fading away. When we were kids, the city I grew up in had only a handful of over the air television channels, so everyone watched reruns of Star Trek. It was either that or a s...more
Many of our forefathers owned slaves. So, yes, some of them were evil...and, before you say that slavery was acceptable at that time, there were many true Christians at the time who realized slavery was immoral, fought against it and worked to make it illegal.
How about the 4,000 Americans that died in Iraq, fighting in a completely unnecessary war based on bogus intelligence? While 4 Americans getting killed in Libya was unfortunate, why don't we hear you screaming about the 4,000 that died in Iraq, along with tens of thousands more that were wounded there?