The man has no class at all...
Perhaps, Mr Trump, it's because they are the only people who find living in the USA under Trump a better prospect that staying where they are?
Surely careless or reckless use of a deadly weapon that is likely to end in tragedy if not death, doesn't have to come under the Land Transport Act just because the weapon in question is shaped like a car?
I would hope a citizens arrest could be (legally) made on grounds that you believe death/carnage was highly likely from any cause?
1) Any advancement in this area is welcome, and should be applauded...
2) But really... how wilfully blind/ignorant do you have to be to make such a half step?
So, the terminally ill have a legal defence for using... but if their friends or family grow or supply it to them, they could still be in for prosecution? I guess these terminally ill people (possibly wheelchair bound or bed-ridden?) will have to grow it for themselves then?
I'm guessing most that are well enough to grow it, probably aren't allowed to use it? (ie. not in the last 12-months of their expected demise?)
Tinned spaghetti pizza
I do not want tinned pizza, no-matter what flavour you offer me.. :D
BONUS: There’s also a $100 voucher for Rockefeller Oyster Bar, to be awarded at the judges’ dsicretion.
Completely not expecting to win… “dsicretion” might not make WOTY, but it might get me a prize at the judges discretion? :)
I have had similar thoughts, Bart.
Also, if I were running the process efficiently I’d expect my counting team to report their tallies at the end of each voting day
If you do that, the tallies could get leaked and influence people who haven't voted yet...
I don't like that idea... I don't even like the idea of countries with multiple time zones (Aus, USA, Canada) reporting results from earlier time zones before polls have closed in later ones...
Assumes person answering is telling the truth.
Of course... but even if it's a lie, it's not an opinion.
at any time on polling day before the close of the poll, conducts a public opinion poll in relation to the election
But surely an exit poll is not an opinion poll?
Q) Who would you like to win? A) Opinion
Q) Who do you think will win? A) Opinion
Q) Who did you vote for? A) Fact
A nice feature is they actually talk about the limitations, however they fail to mention
They fail to mention that any predictions about the size of the party vote received by United Future based on previous results are unlikely to bear any relationship to what they may receive now that Mr Dunn has retired...
They used to get what? A few to ten thousand party votes? I'd be surprised if they get 300 this year?