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I don't see why only the most successful ones should be allowed.
Researchers of the FNAS laboratories, University of Western Australia, have developed a way of making seamless clothing using wine, and its fermentation process.
At early stages of development, the material would smell like red wine and feel like sludge when wet, but fits on to bodies like a second skin.
There is a guy in Barinas whose full name is Hitler Maolenin Leañez Aponte. There are a couple of Venezuelans called Hitler Jesús.
The first of its kind in the United States, the law was adopted after the state Supreme Court went too far in one of its rulings last year, according to supporters. The case in question involved a man who assaulted an officer during a domestic violence call. The court ruled that there was “no right to reasonably resist unlawful entry by police officers.”The National Rifle Association lobbied for the new law, arguing that the court decision had legalized police to commit unjustified entries.
Thought about just posting this in the videogames thread, but it's an interesting enough peek into the utter madness of the industry I call home I thought I'd put it here.The rise and collapse of Yoshinori OnoSure, a fairly large part of that is that famously insane Japanese work ethic, but I hear similar stories from much lower profile people in the biz all the time. Hell, I ended up in hospital myself from the stress of overwork about 8 years ago now.
HELENA, Montana (Reuters) - A West Virginia man who was traveling across the United States gathering material for a book about kindness in America was shot and wounded while eating lunch in Montana, police said on Monday.Ray Doland, 32, was hospitalized with a gunshot wound to the arm following the incident near Glasgow, Montana on Saturday, Valley County Sheriff Glen Meier said.Doland was still in hospital on Monday but was expected to recover, Meier said.He said that Doland, who was hitchhiking across the country and writing a memoir about kindness in America, had been eating lunch at a spot of historical interest and was looking for a ride.When Doland approached a vehicle that pulled up near him the driver opened fire, hitting him in the arm, before speeding away, Meier said.A suspect, identified as 52-year-old Charles Lloyd Danielson III, was later taken into custody in Culbertson, Montana, Meier said."Montana is certainly full of a bunch of nice people and wonderful people and it's a shame this kind of thing happens but it just happens," Meier said.
Man writing book about kindness in America shot, wounded
"Montana is certainly full of a bunch of nice people and wonderful people and it's a shame this kind of thing happens but it just happens," Meier said.