how about the associated hunger that may go along with that money loss. How about the alteration of essential dietary needs as food becomes costlier and less diverse. I am not interested in a Soylent diet. Money is just the surface.
Jenny Jenny, who can I turn too....sigh....same.
I'll break down and just listen to it for real to get it over with otherwise my brain wont move on....
Damn you fermento, damn you to Rick Roll Hell.
Wait what? Mud dripping down from a ceiling eventually builds a pile of mud that eventually meets the mud dripping down from the ceiling and this is evidence of intelligent design and the reduction of entropy?
Had I only known before I accepted physics, geology and evolution...(sigh).
If there are more evolved beings out there observing us, I feel they may just, at times, shake their heads (what ever it may be). I know I do.
I, for one, enjoyed it
I had to take a moment and look this up Quadrupel as I had no idea what that was when I read it.
You can say that name 5 times after one of those? I tip my hat sir, well done. Now where can I find that fine brew, is my question.
As you like time-lapse photography, this came to my attention this morning. Not a well traveled environment so it is really something to watch. Enjoy.
way off topic, but cool video. I love seeing different parts of the world and that was one cool experience. Now had those asshats been able to take that down other people could not see such a beautiful place.
If that is the case you better patent this quick, you'll make millions...or would it be copyright and you can nail any one who uses that exact wording in a response without paying you [kidding]
Seriously, were that the case would it not have been considered by now? It does seem rather straight forward, if a human didn't process the request it is bogus and can be ignored. Is the counter to that, well a human wrote the bot that was sent out to find such content thus there was good faith in the development and a digital signature was represented by the originator of the program.
I love the internet, but shit like this makes me wish we went back to pre-network days of sharing mix tapes and/or cds. Now it's all about money and it just makes the whole thing ugly.
"which organism in nature has developed an unassailable position, from which it cannot be dislodged?"
Consider, they domesticated mankind thousands of years ago, having discovered just how weak our minds can be, We feed them, care for them, provide them shelter and in return they give nothing back, but disdain or the occasional brush up. Sure there are exceptions to the rule, individual cats being harmed, but when looked in total, they have become the true, dominate species on the planet. One day it will be Cats that go into space, using their human drones to establish the infrastructure and means to propel them out into a galaxy ripe for conquest.
(I have to go, my overlords are coming towards me, pray they don't see what I wrote)
How about the austerity measures, put into place across Europe. Perhaps the stress countries are coming under is spreading to peoples health to the point were it is a negative response. Happy people live longer and in many EU countries, people are not happy.
Wait, how's that? You base this on broad stroke statements from the power companies?
"reduce the reliability of every appliance and electronics gadget in your home,"
Come on? From what I understand of solar electrical systems, they are run through either a UPS or battery bank to help smooth out any "spikes". Appliances may be better off under this system compared to the spikes that can occur when riding bareback with the utilities. The PCs also seem to not want to pay a "fair price" for energy created while at the same time trying to charge more for what they make...wtf?
What I read is the the PCs, the utilities are trying to hold onto an failing power/business model that is going through change. if more people can hook up and provide local power, thus reducing the demand on power companies then as a whole, we win. Their job in the future is to focus on managing the network that ties systems together and not so much on power generation.
Did you miss that part where utilities where lobbying politicians to punish people who switch over to solar? is that not just them playing at winners and losers as well? if utilities (or petro companies) can't compete against solar then they deserve to fade away and not be propped up by the Government.
I remember reading that as a kid. Creeped me out when the burn marks are mentioned.
Actually....Kentucky may disagree
Good point. I'll amend that when I watched a show with James Taylor and Carol King I loved it. They made their old stuff sound fresh in more intimate way which I enjoyed. At the least it will be something to see.