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There are a lot of other things wrong with Groovy but I get how attractive it can be after you have already painted yourself into a corner with loads of horrendous Java code. I get paid to write Groovy (among other things) but I'd rather be writing Python.
Gone are the days of fussing around with Wine or going through the hassle of discarding my workspace to boot Windows. Hence I don't bother considering buying games that are Windows exclusive.
That means if there are 1000 additional Russian soldiers rolling around in Ukraine, then they would be very hard to pinpoint.
Of course if you own your own home, you can put in all the ethernet you want.
In theory, yes. In reality it means knocking lots of holes in the walls, drilling through floors, etc, etc.. That gets expensive / time consuming. The previous owners of my house had the thing (built 1890) wired with coax and it all runs on the outside of the house. I settled for running one CAT6 cable from my office on the 2nd floor to the basement. Otherwise I'm stuck with WiFi.