That’s not slowly? It’s actually a pretty rapid and massive expansion of voting rights...
Not to ruin it, but I’m pretty sure he says “You just learning sports.”
Terrible take. It’s fun to watch them actually have to work for it once a year.
Ortiz is hardly a stumblebum, to be fair
This sure didn’t age well!
the way the statues were arranged, I think they just removed Hogg because it would be weirdly placed alone. They are thinking of placing it elsewhere on Campus.
This is very weird to me. I didn’t think it was very hard to understand at all
Do you not do the double parking routine in your neighbourhood? I kinda like it and if I get close enough to my window I still get WiFi
I’d leave an actual answer on this to a lawyer, but I imagine the decision they made might have something to do with the fact that the court can’t legislate. They can strike something down, but can’t write something new. Depending on the way the laws are written, this might be an explanation
I think the Democratic party should adopt a bylaw that nobody over the age of 65 is eligible for their nomination because really nobody over the age of 65 should be eligible for the nomination.
Yes, 10th Grade everyone does it
p sure everyone wants pittsburgh to lose
How did you get through UT in three years Summa Cum Laude with no coffee?
Your dismissal of the superstition is a fallacy. The fact that touching it is a jinx does not mean that not touching it would guarantee a cup win, just that touching it would guarantee a loss.
In fairness to the Guggenheim, it was established by a Jewish man in 1939. Not quite true to imply that fits with what is implied.
I just started hyperventilating
I wonder if this becomes a replacement for radar guns, though? I wouldn’t necessarily want to get a car that lets any cop car in the vicinity tell that I’m going a few over. I’m sure there are myriad other possibly privacy concerns. On balance, I think probably a positive, but seems like it’d be worth establishing… Read more
This seems, to me, like it should be Russia’s problem, though. Violations of treaties aren’t adjudicated based on “moral standing” but on the letter of the law. America having better technology that is not in violation of a treaty does not give Russia standing to violate a treaty themselves.