Q: How much torque does the Nissan LEAF™ have?
A: 207 lbs per foot. And it has 100% torque available at 0 RPM!
Pounds per foot? What is that in hogshead per fortnight?
About the Office: The Office of the United States Attorney for the District of Connecticut is seeking applications from attorneys who are willing to accept an unpaid temporary position that offers a valuable opportunity to gain exposure to the office while also obtaining litigation experience and conducting trials. Successful applicant will serve as Special Assistant U.S. Attorney (SAUSA) with responsibilities that include researching legal issues, drafting briefs, conducting hearings and trials, and attending judicial proceedings. This position may continue for up to one year. The SAUSA will not be hired by this office as an Assistant U.S. Attorney at the conclusion of their SAUSA term. However, they may apply for AUSA positions in the office after completing their service as a SAUSA.Well, I suppose that is one way to keep the Federal budget down. I wonder if folks in this program drop out of unemployment numbers? How will their law schools report their employment status?
Number of Positions/Location: One
Criminal Division, Hartford, CT - Firearms Prosecutions
Qualifications: Applicants must be a U.S. citizen, possess a J.D. degree from a law school approved by the American Bar Association, and be an active member of the bar (any U.S. jurisdiction).
Salary: Position is without compensation. Note that employees of the Department of Justice, including uncompensated SAUSAs, may not engage in the compensated practice of law outside of the office.
Getting on these skates are hard, keeping up on these is moderately difficult, and braking is a little demanding, but telling your parents you're gay is probably the hardest part about Orbit Wheeling.
There are very, very few things in this world that would cause me to shoot through my own front door at parties unknown.
Coming through it with a chainsaw? Yeah, that’s pretty much RIGHT AT THE TOP OF THE GODDAMN LIST!!!
The way I explained "older guys" to my daughter, when I talked to her about older guys who come around as boyfriends of high school girls, and they've got cars and money to buy the girls stuff, and they're in college or out working a job:
I told her to think of the boys who were the bottom of the barrel losers in her grade. Think of the 5 skeeziest, creepiest boys. The ones that make the hair on her neck stand up. Yeah them, I told her. Those are the guys who are going to end up cruising the high schools looking to date high school girls.
"When you date the older guys who cruise the high schools, you're dating another grade's rejects. What's wrong with them that none of the girls their own age will date them?"
She got the point.