> Of course, there may be some undesirable side effects....
.. as much as I like EVs, I like my current condo more. As of right now, there is no way for the couple hundred cars parked in my condo's underground to get charged. The changes to the building's electrical grid to make charging possible are absolutely cost prohibitive. So, no EV for me my neighbours and other millions of people in a similar situation.
Not everyone lives, or wants to live, in a detached house in the suburbia.
> Imagine going on a road trip where every hour and a half you stopped for an hour to charge your car.
To _ME_ this would be a definite plus. People like, for example, my father, would need therapy after such a trip.
Don't forget that a lot of people there have decent CS and maths education, but less than optimal employment opportunities.
Add to that a dim view of government in general, and you have a bunch of young people who will be happy to spend whatever time it takes to achieve a certain goal. For the wast majority the nefariousness of the goal is a complete non issue.
Would have to "fake" the Comcast SSL creds as well. They, Comcast, might be greedy and stuff, but I can't believe they would be so incompetent as not to use SSL.
He did say Perl, so
Wait, what??? Your kindle does not have those apps? I guess you must mean "not when I first took it out of the box", because there were few Android apps that I couldn't load on my Fire.
Of course, if you mean a "Kindle paperwhite"
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