People do all the time though..
I'm guessing if you put it in a vacuum so the feather could achieve incredible velocity, it just might....
Tell that to Narcissus
Come on, you can't just leave us hanging!
Where are you from?
As someone who lives in a dictatorship country pretending to be republic. I assure you, you really don't want to live in a historic event.
I'm pretty sure most films are 23 FPS.
I'm sorry but I stand my ground that a clarification shouldn't have been necessary given the context.
Were they good students? I've always had the notion that's kids who get knocked up that young aren't the brightest
Damn this is a little more surreal
I mean, the government alllows it so I'd say that qualifies as legal. His definition of war is almost certainly... well... war. I don't know how it can be any more literal.
Well in America, it's obviously not through a sexual education course.
I'd like to assume 16 and that the legal drinking age for her country is 21 because 13 is absurd. But I could be wrong.
As long as proof of state residency can be provided (or lower age for viewing overall) and the negative impacts such as unrealistic expectations and addiction are lain out plain and clear, I think it should be good. Maybe not worth the controversy of changing but I don't see too big of an issue with it.
I know. I recently turned 17(age of consent in my state) and it just hit me that this is the world I live in. That button gets more and more tempting every year...