Handy chart of deciding if you are, or are not, a "slut". Here's a handy guide for figuring out if you're a "slut". It could be put to use also by people who habitually think of others as "sluts" (tip: just convert the first person to third person to move through the chart). Here are some of...
While not admitting wrongdoing, Standard & Poor’s Financial Services agreed to pay almost $1.4 billion to settle allegations by the Justice Department that credit ratings for high-risk mortgage securities mislead investors before the 2008 financial crisis. Judy Woodruff discusses implications of the penalty with Mississippi Attorney General Jim Hood and Lynn Stout of Cornell University. Continue reading →
Under the Juneau ordinance, public places will include streets, sidewalks, trails, parking lots, schools, businesses, parks and "the common areas of public or private buildings and facilities."
Rob Duke's insight:
Going to need an initiative to spell out that when the voters approved cannabis, they didn't mean that their representatives could "pencil out" all reasonable areas for use. Either way, I don't see cops being keen on writing someone a ticket for going out on a motel balcony to smoke....
THE poorest people in Leicester by a wide margin are the Somalis who live in the St Matthews housing estate. Refugees from civil war, who often passed through Sweden...
Rob Duke's insight:
Yeah, true for most of the country, but in California there's been a weird exception (Prop. 98) that means funding comes from the state and is mostly equal throughout the state dependent on a particular school's daily census (pupils attending that day). Despite this, California's schools are still unequal.
Maybe it's more than tax structure that holds kids back in America....?
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