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Brought to you by the same folks who built an apartment building without elevators.
As if Spaniards had not already been dissuaded by the potential €60 million fines they face for illegally generating their own solar power, they now have to look forward to a knock on the door from the 'solar police'.
As if Spaniards had not already been dissuaded by the potential €60 million fines they face for illegally generating their own solar power,
illegally generating their own solar power
I was in the lobby of a hotel when i had that picture taken. One of my handlers had the smart idea of giving me soda, which made me worn out. Rule 1 of fursuiting, only drink water. Never soda/pop, The carbonation will dehydrate you. Had to get bottled water.
I think beards were more prevalent back in the 19th century and it's just a coincidence
Which is why I think most of the blame should fall on their shoulders. If they had just decided to pass a clean continuing resolution (which isn't even a budget bill it just buys congress more time to come up with one) instead of turning this into a battle about healthcare, then we wouldn't be in the middle of this shutdown. What does Obamacare have to do with the budget? It still operates with or without the government.
And regardless of who thinks should get the blame, the Republicans are going to be getting it anyways because even some of their own members think that John Boehner is being ridiculous.
No, you believe there is a should, which I find to be a waste of time and, to be honest, naive.
There is what is, and we can study that, we can observe that. I never talked about anything being "bloated." I have no idea what the hell you're talking about with that, seems you're starting to interject your own beliefs (probably libertarian), onto what I'm saying. I'm speaking from a strictly objective standpoint. I am not commentating on good or bad, right or wrong, efficient or inefficient. I'm simply talking about the function of governments, things designed by people, and the rational self interest of those who formed and make up governments. There is an observable form that we can extrapolate from our observations and our historical knowledge, both with how governments act, how power in general works, and what interests people to act.
That government's have rights, or things they cannot do. Government can do whatever the hell they want as long as they are capable. They exist for that sole purpose, to do shit. That shit tends to be stuff that benefits those in power in some way or another.
Those that hold a monopoly on violence do as they please.
You have a fundamental misunderstanding of what government is.
I fail to see why you think the government should not provide healthcare and yet you clearly think it should provide security and education. I mean I know the US is still suffering from the hangover of mass paranoia regarding anything that can be construed as socialist, but still.
Almost every single country in the west has universal healthcare, this has nothing to do with Britain being right.
Just like the government should have no part in preventing and fighting fires and crime, or have anything to do with education. amirite
It's not really "costing less and helping more" at all. It's forcing people to buy health insurance, and then fining them out the ass if they don't play along or get their own insurance. Nobody had a choice, even if they can't afford to pay for it.
Also, the "cheapest" plan starts at $300 and goes up. Nothing affordable about that. Also, depending on where you are, that price can go up too - lots of people are going to get screwed over and lots of companies are laying people off (or reducing them to part-time employees) because they can't afford to give their workers healthcare.
Did you even read the law?
Oh where specifically??
You have it figured. First month last month and typically 1 months for security deposit. So if you go 1200/mo ya you're looking at 3600 to sign the lease.
Moving expenses themselves vary wildly depending on how many friends owe you favors.
If you are going with 1200/month make sure it includes utilities.
I'm busy that weekend.
When I was in Boston it was mostly first, last, security (half of rent). But yea $3500 for the whole deal sounds about right.
ps MA rulez
Moving can be a logistics nightmare though, make sure you label your boxes. I'm moving right now too, and it's no small task. Are you moving with your brother?
There's renting a truck, paying for gas, buying boxes and tape, paying first, last, and security, renter's insurance, the inevitable strain of relationships if you ask someone to help you move, between you and the person you're moving with, a certain someone claiming they're just going to "stay a few days" and then ending up staying for a few months and putting you in a position where you're violating the lease agreement, having a slumlord who doesn't understand the words "emergency repair needed," cats refusing to eat and meowing constantly, creepy neighbors who bring you shitty flax "brownies" with screaming toddlers, having to change your address and apply for a new license, and not wanting to ever have to go through something so terrible again.
Depending on how far / how much you have to move, anywhere from free to a few hundred bucks.
If you don't need to rent a u-haul, you're just paying for some gas and food. If you need to rent u-haul, will be at least 100-200 for a typical move.
I'm currently trading diamond picks for 2 diamonds per if anyone is interested.
Also, inventory carryover wouldn't make playing on the current map completely useless.
It'd turn it into resource gathering period so you could actually build shit on the new map.
Rather than starting on the new map in a wooden plank hut and having to farm for hours to get enough cobble to build on the cool mountain you found, you'd be able to get to the creative part of the game (read: good part of the game) immediately.
Also, anyone who didn't want to carryover wouldn't have to.
The grinding for stone and junk is my least favorite part of the game.