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- noun a spacecraft that carries astronauts from the command module to the surface of the moon and back
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The only problem is when eveyone is a designer, no one is a designer.
Kevin, that whole who-watches-the-watchmen problem is one main reason I see this working within a membership system.
The problem is the NYT is stuck selling that stupid paper.
The problem is – how much are the paper ads still worth to the company?
In situations like this, our problem is that our best “major ally” is Microsoft.
The crux of the problem is that while the use of the weapon might be militarily justifiable during the day of the battle, or even the two weeks of the battle, or maybe even the two months of the battle, once peace is declared the landmine does not recognize that peace.
The problem is that the personalization of that culture industry isn’t necessarily better — in fact, you could argue that it really constitutes a tightening of controlling forces, and a greater encroachment on whatever space of freedom we have left.
I guess my problem is I haven’t had much experience with what you’re talking about on the East Coast.
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It’s very obvious that the problem is one of differing palates, not necessarily objectively bad food.
Wikipedia’s problem is not that it has become more (or more obviously) flawed as it’s grown, as Heyman says.
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