An F graphite pencil is exactly why the above statement doesn’t apply. It’s an extremely hard pencil. It takes a lot of work to make it work, and you’ll end up with it being difficult to read. The biggest problem is the “tip” being too small to make it easy to grip.
If you read the whole review and then read the last paragraph where the writer uses such a large graphite tip I’m going to ask you to reexamine your thinking. Is the writer telling you that she/he’s not a “good enough” writer to make an F graphite pencil? If so, why is this an issue? What advice should I give?
A federal judge has ruled that the state of California may start issuing transgender identification cards by mid-2016, as long as its voter registration deadlines are met.
The ruling released Thursday means Californians should be able to start getting their state IDs in November 2016, according to the LA Times.
Judge Mark Kern of the U.S. District Court in Los Angeles said the state could not comply with the court’s ruling “under the circumstances presented here, that would be unconstitutional.”
Kern said the state will be allowed to “delay issuing the ID cards for some future time” but stressed that the identification cards would be issued “on the basis of an individual’s gender identity to the extent necessary to ensure compliance with the statutes.”
The ruling came down just last week, but was published last month.
It was also the first time a judge has blocked the implementation of a voter ID law in a multi-state suit filed by two separate groups — the Southern Poverty Law Center, and the National Center for Lesbian Rights.
The suit, which is expected to lead to a statewide appeal, asks a federal judge to block the voter ID law, as well as any other voter registration-related law.
This article was written by Eric Schlosser, an IT professional and freelance writer. The opinions and analysis expressed herein are solely those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views and opinions of The Information Age.
(CNN) — The FBI on Wednesday released a second, unclassified version of its now-discredited report on the CIA’s so-called torture program. This report was published by the agency in August 2004, when it claimed to have no evidence that the CIA misled Congress or the public regarding its use of torture.
It was based on a document it called
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