4. Our Cities Undergo Class Gentrification
This is both an infrastructure issue and a social issue, and, hopefully, both can be addressed. On the social side of things, perhaps we should look at city living the way we look at tax dollars and social services — if you pay in to the system, you deserve to collect on the…»
There’s a couple of iffy almost-but-not-quite scientific niggles I have with this book. First and foremost would be running down the batteries until they’re dead while he was making his escape and recharging with solar cells for half the day. This is a good way to end up with unchargable batteries real quick.
Welcome to gamers circa 2005. You don’t actually own the game printed on your disc. You’re just renting the license for an indeterminate amount of time. »
So it looks like the rumors that Quicksilver bites it in Age of Ultron just gained another gram of truth. No mention of him in the Captain America rundown, but Scarlet Witch gets a special mention.
If you don’t mind a 7-year old learning about the inner workings of the human brain via car door, then sure.
We've killed plenty of ants. There's just so friggin many of them, and no one is willing to bust out the Ortho and start leveling anthills. »
I'm glad they go after old women for my dose of schadenfreude, because someone would be getting curb-stomped mid-prank if they did this to me.
Seriously. Dude gets blasted by lightning last week, sent flying backwards. Ollie makes a quip and walks off. You never see Roy again.
It's interesting to me how advances in technology and society seem to be splintering us more than combining us into a cohesive whole. »