It's illegal to sell or traffic counterfeit goods in the US: http://www.law.cornell.edu/usc...
I don't know about possession of one item, but if you have a large amount they will try to get you for trafficking.
Modded off-topic? It's directly related to the parent.
I didn't say it was a good joke.
Reminds me of the old joke:
Cop pulls over a tesla going too slow. The nun, who was driving, explained to the cop that the tesla was malfunctioning and misinterpreted the I-30 sign as the speed limit. When he notices two horrified nuns sitting in the back seats, the driver explained that they just pulled off of I-369.
I don't like languages that don't require that you define that variables exist.
If only Python and Ruby offered something similar to Perl's "use strict".
I use Python. I have to also work with Python code written by other people.
Autopep8 is your friend and really it shouldn't have to be.
You shouldn't have made Perl and Ruby #1 and #2 respectively. Of course being on dice.com should have been enough.
On the plus side, I didn't waste much time reading the rest of the BS.
Do you really need to have the light change colors?
Having a slightly lit room is enough to lower the contrast between the screen and its surroundings.
I don't understand your problem since looking at the MPG method, I can tell:
1) that the 28 MPG car will go an extra 10 miles per gallon used than the 18 MPG car (an extra 55.6% distance)
2) that the 50 MPG car will go an extra 16 miles per gallon used than the 34 MPG car (an extra 47.1% distance)
3) the percentage saved is higher for the 18 to 28 MPG car than the 34 to 50 MPG.
Knowing the greater percentage gained doesn't add any value to me as a consumer, since with the MPG method I can easily tell that I will go farther with the 50 MPG car than 18 MPG car using the same amount of fuel. Assuming the average fuel tank size for passenger cars is around 15 gallons, I can estimate that the 50 MPH car will go an extra 240 miles on a tank when compared to the 34 MPG car.