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Maybe someone did, but she doesn't particularly care for the rules and chooses to do what she will. In 5 more years I can star in a movie called "The 40-Year-Old Virgin." Sex is for marriage, and I am a man that has not yet met the right woman. God promises that trusting in him, in his love, and in his rules, will result in a better life than going our own way. Not all urges need to be satisfied.
A few of you seem to be missing the point of marriage rather spectacularly (and possibly willfully). I agree that there should be provisions for a single person to will their belongings to someone else. However, marriage by definition is between a man and a woman. Whether you want to look at this theistically or evolutionarily, marriage is between a man and a woman. Any single person gets 'no special treatment'/'equal treatment' as any other single, unmarried person.
Is it not O.K. to hate wrong behavior? As the saying goes, "Love the sinner, hate the sin."
It must be getting to be more popular and chic then, because in the late '70's all the studies were showing 2-3%. If atheistic evolution is true, homosexuality should have passed out of the gene pool long ago.
2-3%.
Great. So I just bought a queer notebook...
"iPhone Black"? Wait until Rev. Al Sharpton hears about this....
Regarding the term 'BRAND': Microsoft was trying to integrate their IE browser to the Windows OS and basically saying "This is Microsoft's BRAND. We have a right to do what we want with our software." To those of you who are arguing that Apple has a right to keep a lock on both hardware and software because it's the Apple BRAND -- do you then agree that Microsoft has a right to integrate IE into the Windows OS as part of their BRAND? The anti-trust regulators...
And Microsoft said that their software was their software, and they had the right to integrate Internet Explorer into their software. At issue is whether Apple's EULA is legal to be bound to a specific hardware. Microsoft's "EULA", in essence, was to force everyone to use IE if they wanted Windows. The federal anti-trust regulators here in the US and in Europe decided that Microsoft had too much of a monopoly in the browser department, and forced MS to 'play nice' with...
If these computers aren't reliable, they won't sell. This is a perfect test of, as you say, "whether Apple's approach creates a better computer, and whether its significant markup is worth paying for." Right now, Apple has a monopoly on OS-X-running computers. Apple's hardware doesn't have the same competition that Dell's hardware has. Dell has to make a reliable product at a competitive price to whatever HP, Sony, etc., are putting out. That's one of the main reasons...
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