Of course the Germans would have a council.
Of course we do. But even the council isn't a guarantee to get it right.Of course the Germans would have a council.
Killing other people is never good and to many people only acceptable in self-defense. In your example, I'd say both are wrong for even entering an organisation that has the primary purpose of killing people.I was thinking of it in terms of an al-Qeada member believes that what he is doing is the right thing, while an American soldier going against him believes he is doing the right thing as well. Who's to say which is correct or even if either are correct at all?
Sorry, I was talking about evangelical Christians, but yeah, it applies to that video too.
I'm assuming that's the nut job from Florida and not the Monty Python cast member. The translator I was using didn't work all that well.
He is invited by some right-wing extremists to come to Berlin for a showing of some kind of videoI am pretty sure he has never left Florida.
Yeah, you're still missing the point. You, and your contact, are grossly exagerating the importance of this. You are taking an attempt to show some fucking respect, and painting it as a bad thing because it's TSA agents. Not the director of the TSA making political hay about it, not an attempt at garnering public support for the TSA by looking good, this was INDIVIDUAL TSA AGENTS TRYING TO SHOW RESPECT TO A FALLEN HERO IN THEIR OWN WAY.His anger is because TSA is not a military or police organization, they are glorified mall cops. Strictly speaking, they are civilians. Beyond that, he sees the TSA as a symbol of the new wave of domestic surveillance and policing at the expense of civil rights. He's not entirely wrong either, I have spent the last two and a half weeks traveling abroad and have passed through customs and immigration several times. It is honestly less of a hassle to fly between two non-US countries than it is to fly between states.
Someone should be leaving coat hangers at his rallies. Someone should be buying thousands of coat hangers and wave them at his campaign meetings.My brain is full of fuck.
This makes me want to jam a coat hanger in my year in an attempt to scrape the stupid off my brain.
Americans are paying high prices for poor quality Internet speeds ? speeds that are now slower than in other countries, according to author David Cay Johnston. He says the U.S. ranks 29th in speed worldwide.
"We're way behind countries like Lithuania, Ukraine and Moldavia. Per bit of information moved, we pay 38 times what the Japanese pay," Johnston tells Fresh Air's Dave Davies. "If you buy one of these triple-play packages that are heavily advertised ? where you get Internet, telephone and cable TV together ? typically you'll pay what I pay, about $160 a month including fees. The same service in France is $38 a month."
Problem is it'll never get to the rural areas. I live out on the Eastern Shore of Maryland and there is jack and shit out here.Let Google run out their fiber. They're planning on offering gigabit speed at 100 bucks a month I think it was. Watched the announcement on my phone while on the throne one day.