Because in our upside down world a wealthy nation with the 31st highest per capita gross domestic product in the world (right below South Korea and Spain), and a $300 billion economy, receives almost 10% of all the economic aid the United States dispenses annually... That makes tons of logical sense.
"A Wall Street Journal story last winter put Budweiser’s market share at half of what it was a decade ago. That same story put the amount that younger consumers are spending on the craft beer category at one and a half times that over people over 30, meaning that the next generation is far more dedicated to seeking out craft beer to drink."
At a time when the NFL seems to have reached a new low in credibility, something new comes along to knock it down further. It would be bad enough that the league would be charging for the salutes. The men and women that serve the country get exploited far too much to begin with. But the idea that you and I as taxpayers are ultimately the ones putting money for these charged salutes and calling it advertisement may have redefined the word “greed”.
The Pentagon is unflinchingly tight-lipped about any new, high tech planes it has in the works. But every so often, a bit of information manages to squeak out into the public domain. In 2013, the U.S. Air Force sent a secret spy plane out over the Pacific region. The unknown...
Everyone from Nerf to Sideshow Collectibles will happily sell you a replica of Thor’s mighty Mjölnir Hammer. But if you want it to work just like the one in the comic books and movies do, you’ll need to do what YouTuber Sufficiently Advanced did and build one yourself.
"When people are committing hate crimes in your name, you do not call them "passionate." You do not say they "want this country to be great again." You say they do not represent you or your beliefs. You talk about why your followers are different from people who beat up homeless men because they're "illegal.""