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This is the exact same argument that was made against racial integration. No shop owner anywhere is being told to convert to anything. They are simply being told they cannot discriminate against people in a retail environment. No where in the bible does it say "You cannot sell flowers to gay people".
It's amazing to me the false arguments being made to support bigotry.
with its standing rider position, the 'halfbike II' by , can be controlled using the whole body to provide a smooth and instinctive experience.
One of the most vexing questions asked about space, scientists have spent decades debating this key issue. Finally, after extensive computer modeling and over a dozen midnight milkings, engineers have designed, built, and now tested the new Lunar Grazing Module (LGM), a multi-purpose celestial bovine containment system.
By now, many of you will not be surprised to be wished a Happy April Fool's Day from Astronomy Picture of The Day (APoD). To the best of our knowledge, there are no current plans to launch cows into space. For one reason, cows tend to be large animals that don't launch easily or cheaply. As friendly as cows may be, head-to-head comparisons show that robotic rovers are usually more effective as scientific explorers. The featured image is of a thought-provoking work of art named "Mooooonwalk" which really is on display at a popular science museum.
Image Credit & Copyright: Robert Nemiroff (Michigan Tech. U.)
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“Oh, no. Oh, nonononono. S#@$*!” — You, after realizing you just accidentally deleted all of your vacation photos from your camera’s memory card. Or maybe your child somehow got his grubby little hands on your smartphone and wiped your camera roll clean.
It sucks, and I sympathize. And I hope you can take some comfort from my advice: You may actually be able to get those photos back..."
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Sharing posts on Google+
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