It's also reasonable to believe she just forgot all about passwords and such or figured they would just call Apple and all of that would be fixed right up.
Many locations don't have any other option then dial up
Are they all on a north face of a mountain? Because if there's a tall building in the way, the area is probably urban enough to get DSL or DOCSIS, and if there isn't a mountain in the way, it can more than likely get satellite.
Only sometimes. If you want employees to be available for teleconferencing, or prefer for them to be under the same legal system the offshore outsourcing doesn't work out at all.
Given that it has actually happened (Gaines burgers, actually) it isn't even a slight exaggeration. If that makes you feel just a tiny bit sick, GOOD.
But hey, if they're keeping Paris from enjouing that 3rd summer yacht, just send 'em all for a nice shower and call it done eh? If they wanted to actually matter like human beings they should have had the sense to be born rich. (OK, so THAT might have been a bit of an exaggeration).
Perhaps we should look into that stop blowing up brown people again.
Age is a fairly poor proxy for the metrics that would actually matter, but is far more easily determined.
Actually, only a literal interpretation of the Bible conflicts with science. If you read it as metaphor trying to give the gist of things to people who had not yet developed arithmetic, it works reasonably well.
Meanwhile, with no way to prove or disprove God, science really doesn't have anything to say about the subject. For that reason, it must not (and does not) admit God as an explanation of anything.
I assume that you're similarly disdainful for anybody who uses a game console or handheld?
Yes. Instead of a game console, one can choose a home theater PC. Instead of a handheld, one can choose a phone with a clip-on gamepad. Some clip-on gamepads even fold up like a GBA SP.
i never get why the masses are always thrilled to see mediocrity beat down quality.
Perhaps we're just thrilled to see freedom to tinker beat down lockdown.
In this case, they will have several questions marked wrong/unanswered automatically because they didn't get a chance to answer them. That disadvantages them compared to students who were presented with the questions.
I thought they just used "Dirty Laundry" as their guidebook these days.
Why don't we plug the holes and develop software that isn't so unbelievably easy to hack?
Because end users will click through any permission wall if the program promises dancing pigs.
What part of the United States Constitution (or even the Constitution of one of the 50 States) authorizes the Government to compel vaccination?
Article I section 8 grants Congress several enumerated powers, one of which is power "to regulate commerce [...] among the several states." Someone who carries a contagious disease across state lines is interfering with commerce, especially if this disease is one that impairs driving enough to cause a collision on a post road.