@johngordon Very interesting. Thanks for link. except at their very tips, lest the male-determining SRY gene slip across to the X and wreak havoc. [www.nytimes.com] helps explain why older fathers pass on long telomeres to offspring [www.pnas.org]. @clarkgoble
@jessicadennis I was gonna say "get Thai"...'cause that way if they ever repeal the "every place in GA is the OK Corral" law and I once again visit Georgia, I can ask you for recommendations. Pho will do.
@aredridel the highways analogy may be as good as we can do. IMO it is clearly a commons yet it was actually provided to the many by a forward thinking few. Using significant tax monies as a wells private funds. @anjakovacs
@johngordon despicable to pick on a good guy like solar, selfish motivation loud and clear. But as off-gridder with no subsidy or tax breaks, I find kochs blind to economy as a whole. Ubiquitous solar would not dent their profits. They love scarcity.
@iconmaster school buses and snow plow trucks [in some Massachusetts towns] already get this surveillance. Data thus obtained has even been used to convict a truck who was not where he claimed he had been.
@gtwilson It does seem odd. After all, a Google for "bulk hardware suppliers" gets you Home Depose at the very top of the "Ad" results. Why would HD bother to buy an ad for a service they can't deliver. black eye AND waste of money!
@sanspoint favorite birthday card: image of three old guys strolling on beach. guyOne: "Its windy today!" guyTwo: "No, its Thursday!" guyThree: "Me too!, lets go get some beer." Unfortunately, my hearing deficits have not proven so hilarious.