This would be one of the reasons Texas needs marriage equality. “Judge orders lesbian mom’s partner to move out.” Read: http://bit.ly/16EYgBt
Here’s the information to let Judge Roach, Jr. know how you feel about this asinine decision:
296th District Court.
Collin County Courthouse map.
2100 Bloomdale Road, Suite 20012.
McKinney, TX 75071.
Phone: 972-548-4409 (McKinney).
972-424-1460 ext. 4409 (Metro
And here’s the information to help support Page & Caroline’s attorney fees:
Send checks or money orders to Dee Pennington, c/o Dallas Credit Union, and make sure to make them payable to Page Price. Also, make sure to mark “Personal” on the envelope & mail to 1301 Young Street #100, Dallas, TX 75202.
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Fox News tried to drag national security adviser Tom Donilon into the manufactured Benghazi scandal.
But if they wanted to know where he was, they just had to look at their own screen.
C’mon guys, the fact that Fox News doesn’t watch Fox News is the best thing about it.
FOX News Executive 1: Hey, want to make a bet on how stupid our audience it?
FOX News Executive 2 (wiping copious amounts of coke off his face): Hell yes I do!
And that’s how it happened.
3. Hell Yes
8. Super Hell Yes
13. Good God almighty, yes
Somebody made this, and now I have something in both of my eyes.
You gotta admit, regardless of what you think of Obama, President George W. Bush at least kept us safe.
Though, I do feel like there’s this very important date I’m forgetting.
I swear there was just this one thing I promised to *never forget* and I just can’t put my…
The familiar trigonometric functions can be geometrically derived from a circle. But what if, instead of the circle, we used a regular polygon? In this animation, we see what the “polygonal sine” looks like for the square and the hexagon. The polygon is such that the inscribed circle has radius 1. (There’s a very neat reason for this.) Since these polygons are not perfectly symmetrical like the circle, the function will depend on the orientation of the polygon. More on this subject and derivations of the functions can be found in this other post
Now you can also listen to what these waves sound like
This technique is general for any polar curve. Here’s a heart’s sine function, for instance