I didn't say it was. I don't see why you are making assumptions.
I do not see why there are still people out there who keep saying Bitcoin is a good investment. We keep seeing these exchanges fold up and run off with all this money. I know they claimed they were hacked, but how do we know for sure. To me the whole Bitcoin thing is just a way for a few to get rich by ripping off so many others. Also no one should be surprised that they were sold phantom Bitcoins. You have no way of knowing what you actually have on a site like that since you can’t directly access the wallet. It seems like common sense to me, but I guess I will never understand this kind of thing.
I always find things out there in our galaxy like this pretty interesting. I never would have thought that something like this would be possible. I would think that they would have collided and merge or even just exploded.
I am not saying all of them do. Also I know that some people worked hard and get what they are owed later down the road. Also I realize that some people have a genuine need, however there are abuses. Some of the biggest abuses have even made it into the news. Like the situation with the food stamp cards that had an unlimited balance for a short time do to a glitch. Like I said too I am not claiming my statement as a catch all. There are various other issues that play into our problems and I have already said that. I know you mean well and I mean well too. The fact of the matter is that we keep heading down the wrong path and we all need to accept that fact. I hope this helps make things a bit more clear in what I am trying to say, and please stop making assumptions like everyone else has. I am sincere and I just want to see things get better for everyone that's all.
Well the point I was making is that if enough people sit around and just take then eventually something will give. I guess I wasn't clear? It is all a huge mess and there is of course multiple things wrong that need fixing. It is just way to much to type out so I was just trying to hit on one major issue. Also I lot of people on here seem to be pretty upset about my comment, and like I said I was just making a point about one of our many issues. I understand there are a lot of things that play into this whole mess we are in. It can definitely be hard to convey what you mean online sometimes that is for sure.
To be fair Republicans as well as Democrats have been running the country into the ground for years. We can't blame this all on a single person like you said. I don’t like any of them since they know what needs to be done but won’t do it. Our friends in Washington need to work together and actually care if anything is to get done. Which unfortunately I don’t think ever will happen.
This actually does cause problems since you are essentially getting something for nothing. We can't go on forever living like this since something will give eventually.
If you count all military who currently serve as well as retirees who get a check we make up well under 1% of the population. The issue here is that we have too many freeloaders. I understand that people need help from time to time, but it cannot be a way of like. However some do need constant assistance since they are disabled and what not. Those people are not a concern since they are such a small portion of the population. To put it simply though we have too many who just cheat the system.
I hate beta just as much as anyone on here. I've been using Slashdot for quite a while now and if they don't back down from beta I am never coming back here again. It sun k no one wants it and change for the sake of change is never good. This is suppose to be news for nerds. Us nerds like things our way not the way a user would want it. Also unlike a typical user we can leave and will be happy to do so. Same thing has happened to other things not just websites. Ubuntu being a perfect example of this. If the people who like your product are nerds don't go and try to make it all pretty and dumbed down. We will all just move on to something else that fits our needs.
What I think he means it trying to make computer technology feel more natural to people.
The issue with giving it ahead of time is that if they fail then you just wasted your money. Besides who is to say we can't help those who can't afford it get through college? Better yet maybe the bonus should be those who show themselves competent can just have college paid for. It would be a difficult decision either way since neither solution is perfect. They both have their ups and downs.
I wish I had points to mod you up. I have seen this way to often.
Doing something that is similar to the way the military does things. They could offer a bonus to students that enter the engineering field, but they receive only it on certain conditions. The first half of the bonus they get after they graduate and land a job. The rest is paid over a period of time for example. Let’s just say four years in this example. Now only those who are competent and willing to work hard get the bonus. I wonder if this would work well?
I wonder how hard it would be to drop one of these in an Elio? That would be an interesting combo.
I agree that his rant is quite idiotic. Now I am no physicist by any means, but if there are any flaws in relativity wouldn't that mean possibly that it is just incomplete? I wouldn't think that it is necessarily wrong, it could be added onto. Just saying since I don't know much about it.