Macroeconomic theory states that everything that is saved up should be invested. That's why banks exist--to be the mediator between savers and borrowers, who are assumed to be borrowing money to put up investments.
The Disabilities Act calls for structural modifications for existing buildings to better provide for the disabled. This includes adding ramps, lowering phones, adding braille markings, rearranging tables, and replacing door handles. This is not exactly easy or even in the budget for some businesses. For this reason the Act only includes existing buildings that these modifications are "readily achievable" or "easily accomplished without much difficulty or expense.
The No-Cost Way to Mount a Flat-Screen TV - That's a diagram of a French Cleat. Assuming that both beveled blocks of wood are securely mounted to both the wall and the television, this thing can handle the weight just as well as a traditional wall mount for a tiny fraction of the cost. If you need to tilt or swivel your TV, you'll need to buy a manufactured mount. But if you're just looking for a cheap way to hang your flat screen in the living room, this idea works—and it even keeps the TV…
I totally agree with this. The friendship that exists between John and Sherlock is deep, beautiful, and so well written. Go on all you want about how attractive you think the actors are, or how you ship Johnlock or whatever. The thing that is most real and that I love about this show is the bond between these two friends, and how the writers and actors handle it.<- right on!