"Tranny" is not just a label that implies transsexual, it specifically implies a transsexual *prostitute* which is why most transsexuals would be offended to be so labeled. Just as most women do not like to be called whores. Of course there are exceptions to every rule, but your post does seem rather hard to believe. Either you know several transexual friends who are all either prostitutes or do not mind being called such, or you just made this all up. Occam's razor is gently calling...
"No, because if it really turns out that what set of genitals you have play a major role in such a huge financial decision as what career you choose, even in the absence of outside coercion, then that instantly invalidates any economic theory that assumes people generally make rational (from purely economic perspective) choices - which would be all of them."
Not at all. Try to follow along.
The genitals you have, along with many other factors, shape you and what you desire.
'Rational choices' only acquires meaning here after desires are established. People chase their desires and in doing so tend to be more rational about it than they realize.
But if you really believe what you are posting then you should give equal time to recruiting more male nurses, and child development specialists, and also we need more female sanitation workers and firemen btw. Lots more.
The only reliable and straightforward defense may well be an older car.
Alternatively, since this thing appears to target the CAN bus, you might get results from shielding it. That should be relatively straightforward and I would expect something as simple as wrapping it carefully in foil might give you significant shielding, which would reduce the effective range, and it sounds like they dont have much range to begin with. BUT, there really isnt any way to know whether/how effective your shielding is without fabricating a transmitter of your own and testing it out.
I couldnt say it fails to be English. However after perusing every link I am left without any information about what this 'organic visualization' thing actually is, and how it's supposed to work.
Leaving me only to comment more generally that it is not the search engines job to read the users mind, and shouldnt be, if only because it is impossible to do that with any amount of computing power. It's one of those disastrously attractive ideas that may take us another decade to finally start getting over.
"How many people will actually apply this firmware update? 90% of people plug their router in, hook their equipment up to it and leave it that way until it breaks, then they replace it."
This has broader applicability as well. No matter how much software people may wish otherwise, people treat their hardware like a black box and it makes no sense to them for it to be changing after the fact.
So you have massive vulnerabilities in just about anything ever shipped, because of the way software is developed. (There are other ways to develop, but essentially no one wants to hear about them, because they are slower.) Security depends on updates being applied quickly, yet this is always going to be problematic. Relying on the customer to apply an update (particularly one that has warnings about bricking your box on it) on time is ludicrous in most cases, yet any sort of automatic update system that does not rely on the user to make judgements is just another huge surface for vulnerabilities as well.
Put it all together and security is usually a bad joke.
"Evolution relies on the fact that better chromosomes would be lost from the genepool at a slower rate because they would lead to greater fitness and worse chromosomes would be lost at a faster rate because they would lead to a lesser fitness."
Because selection does not operate on Y-DNA (or MtDNA.) These genes are passed on directly with no mixing, so the only source of entropy in the signal is mutation. Most, if not all, of these chromosomes actually perform no role and are never activated, so they are doubly insulated from selection.
While in some cases you can spot such visual clues, in others you cannot. For instance, most people would assume that Australian aborigines are closely related to some African people. In fact their closest relatives are native Americans and east Asians.
Fair complexion was heavily selected for in certain climates before the advent of cheap and reliable supplies of vitamin D.
Sure, that's exactly why Y-DNA is useful. It's not a problem that a lot of Y gets lost along the way, as long as this happens uniformly you still wind up with a good sample. The prehistoric group that bore these genes was obviously larger than 1-3 men, but it may well have been a few dozen closely related men, so the ones that left no YDNA are still effectively represented by a cousin who did.
(The same thing happens with MDNA as well - a woman who has only sons disappears from that readout and wont be part of either the male or female sample here - but more than likely a close relative of hers will.)
I have not seen anyone writing 'alittle' or heard it spoken either. I rather suspect this actually has more to do with a/an being effectively a prefix in most spoken English, and perhaps also on analogy with 'another' which is comprehensible as 'an other.'
There are a lot of protections built into contract law here.
Unfortunately they all seem to be ignored lately. No way is a EULA a valid contract on its face, yet courts have enforced them nonetheless.
Yeah, those are basically your options.
If it's an immigration thing they already believe they have the right person and they just now need to write a job spec that no one else will meet in order to get the visa.
If instead of that specific dodge, it's general policy, then you are looking at a common hiring strategy geared around hiring someone that in theory already has all the specific knowledge needed. That almost never really works, and usually those jobs seem to cycle quite frequently. Somewhere there is a manager who is (at least for a time) successful in painting his own incompetence as an issue with procuring the necessary talent.
I think you are wrong.
Yes, there are a few Habibs in India that charge more than I do, and are worth it. They have advanced degrees in mathematics and are actually capable of doing work over my head.
The ones that are competing for my job? I could trounce 99/100 of them in less than 5 minutes on any subject. They get work because it is cheaper to let them work on the job for an hour and THEN escalate to me when they still cant figure it out. And expect me to clean up not only the original problem but all the damage the overseas tech did as well, in less than 20 minutes.
Since I can do that and they cannot, my job remains relatively secure.
That said, obviously requiring remote work limits the options quite a bit. I know I could easily make 3x my current salary if I would move to some urban hellhole, but most of the raise would go to higher cost of living, and quality would go down, so why would I be tempted?
Yes indeed, you get it.
Look at all the ridiculous replies you got though. It's true, it's very hard to go broke by UNDERestimating the intelligence of the consumer. And economy of scale works in their favor.
I dont know but having read TFA it seems there is more involved than you imply. The original models did not have this problem. The rev1 software would suspend when the car was off and power usage overnight was truly negligible.
It had other problems though. And the fix was a revision to turn off the power management. Several revs later they are still only partially succesful in re-implementing power management without causing more serious problems elsewhere. Sounds to me like the made the attractive but dangerous decision to just run everything through software controls and eliminate manuals across the board, without really exploring the ramifications properly, and are stuck with the results.