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US Air Force.
Why is that obviously? Humans are no closer related to monkeys than they are to rats, God created man so that he could exercise dominion over the animals.
I don't want to be commissioned into the Army. Just my feeling.
And I know, but with the USAF I have several other job opportunities that I could explore (Space and Missile Command or Aerospace Engineering, or another that I'm not going to mention because it's rather ridiculous) if I didn't receive a pilot slot.
With the Navy, I have no idea what I'd do if I wasn't a pilot. I don't want to end up on a ship.
At the USNA, slots are usually decided on class rank (IE number 1 picks first, number 1000 picks the 1000th slot). I don't know how it works in ROTC, but I'm assuming it's along the same lines. I'm qualified now for flight, but if for some reason I'm not in the future or I don't make the cut for slot availability, I just want some job security, as mentioned immediately above.
I have an elaborate plan for April Fool's which involves ten horse-drawn chariots, a helicopter, a staged heart attack, and a rubber band.
well, if these musicians don't want their music to be played/remembered fine. I mean what's gonna happen....guitar tab black markets -.- ?
Um... I'd assume you'd know about physics seeing as it's in your name but whatever.
If a car's lighter, it will go faster. m goes down, v goes up
Fibreglass -> lighter
lighter -> faster
lighter also -> more efficient because engine doesnt have to rev so hard to move a hunk of metal alloys
Fibreglass also functions better in crumple zones than metal.
*Sigh* I already went off about the first one in that old thread for The Hangover. I heard they were making a second but I thought it was just a joke. I can't believe they are actually making a sequel to that movie. Lack of humour aside, it's just not the type of movie that warrants a sequel. This just proves me right that the movie was really just a cash-grab. Since it was a big hit, rather than Todd Phillips making a new(separate) movie, he's going to milk this one for as much as he can get through drunk, cretinous humour which will only be mirrored and multiplied by the endless quoting of it that will surely arise after viewings.
Say what you will about my opinions on the matter, but I am serious about comedy.
Obscure or not, they all have to meet the same conditions. The reason that they often don't make money is because they haven't met advance yet. The advance is already paid to the artist by the label prior to producing a record on the condition that the allowance must be paid back before any further profit is to go to their royalty. But where does this advance come in the first place? It largely comes from net revenue from sales. So if the artist doesn't meet sales expectations, the label is under financial pressure and resort to dropping the band or signing only "safe" investments, aka crappy pop music.
So don't think for a second that you can bypass the greedy labels and only support the band by going to their shows, which by the way, don't make substantially more because of the extremely high costs.
When you steal, you are negatively impacting all of them. Just come to terms with it and move on.
Now you're getting it. You really are too stupid for me to bother.
1. With a title like "is it really stealing?" and then trying to wiggle around what constitutes stealing, I'd say it was heavily implied.
2. I think so, too, but that wasn't what you were really focusing on.
3. I wasn't addressing that.
Like I said, too lazy. But just take my word for it. You're not making any profound argument here. Not even your laughable Pythagoras objection.