It is also a city that just approved the 2020 Republican convention (which no other city in the country bid for). So there’s that.
Both those spots would be good ones for the Rockies. God knows there are enough Kansans and Nebraskans coming into Colorado to buy weed; they could take in a Rockies game while they’re at it.
Let’s start with increasing the taxes on poppers, pills and Pepsi.
Baseball is the one sport in the US where you could truly enact “relegation” like they have it in the Premier League. Worst two teams in the majors get sent down; best two AAA teams get sent up. That would be awesome and would simultaneously remove all this tanking for draft picks bullshit.
Why was I once looking on Reddit for Starship Troopers? I don’t know, but I present “The Tragedy of Buenos Aires Was a False Flag Mission.”
Agreed. Any road trip with kids should have a stop every 2 to 3 hours. If you’ve planned well, they’re usually fascinating for adults too (biggest ball of twine, 50 ft tall Jolly Green Giant, missile silo etc). Also, stay the fuck off of interstates. Even if it’s slower, it’s much better to be moving on the backroads…
because Mom is always the last one to the car, because Mom is the only one who actually wants to PREPARE for this trip
By extension then coal plants are good for the people of West Virginia and the people of Pueblo, Colorado or any other low income community. I’ve got an idea, let’s put dirty coal plants in low income communities (to provide jobs).
First of all, pipelines are much safer than transporting by truck or rail, which is how it’s being done now. (ask your friends in Lac Megantic about that)
this is fun (and easy)
If you figure that an average megaton-sized nuke would take up about 4 square feet (don’t know if that’s reasonable), then you would need to cover every square foot of the Earth in a pile of nukes 10 deep (ignoring increases to the radius of the sphere), in order to place 6x10^17 nuclear bombs on Earth.
Yes, because I’m certain that your civic advocacy involves constant checking of water treatment standards.
And we’ll actively destroy the Earth while we’re protesting against “destroying the Earth.”
I apologize. It seems like the implication was that Canadian foods automatically have some higher standard. I’m not aware that there’s any higher standard.
and the rest should be what they would find in the bellies of the prey they would be eating if they were living in the wild.
Yup. If you read the article as well as the FDA release, there’s not even a speculation as to a mechanism for how this could (potentially) be occurring. There is no quantifying the number of cases they’ve seen or the rate at which this is occurring. There’s no suggestion as to what an “appropriate” level of plant…
This is entirely false. Go to any high end pet supply stores. There are plenty of American-made brands with high quality meats as the first ingredient. The only high-end “Canadian” brand that I can even think of is Acana, and they just opened a bigger plant in Kentucky/Tennessee.