I'm not sure what to think about this unless I can see some examples of what we're talking about. Does anyone have a link?
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Great, now even more of us will be unemployed. Won't even be able to get a job tending bar, when a robot can replace us.
You think the economy is bad now, wait until unemployment is 60%.
Are you trolling? You actually think its a good idea to waste taxpayer dollars going after weed?
Take half the money, divide it into 3 piles, for the 3 stakeholders:
1) Shareholders in the form of a one-time dividend.
2) Employees get a one time bonus
3) Customers get a gift card based on their purchases in the past quarter.
Apple is still left with 50 Billion, and keeps everyone happy.
When they hit $100B again, rinse & repeat.
I meant that I've had some flavor of Apple Pro product under my desk for 10 years, upgrading every 1-3 years. Not the same machine all that time
Could this be the processor for a new Mac Pro? Or will Apple wait for Ivy Bridge.
I've had a Mac Pro (or its predecessor) under my desk for over 10 years now; upgrading regularly. Even if its not the top selling Apple Product, its still the machine that Pros are looking for.
Not only can it scale, but eventually you get a very distributed power network (think solar panel on every rooftop & mini windmill in every backyard)
The worst part (or best, depending on your perspective) is that he's probably cool with you not buying the TV, since he was going to make as much profit from the cable as from the TV.
A tax cut while in a deficit situation is just a future tax increase.
Why do you want to keep raising taxes on your kids?
Sounds like a challenge...
Only Thomas and Breyer dissented; one of the most conservative, and one of the most liberal.
During the last Canadian election, seniors (in mostly Liberal-leaning areas) were robocalled and told that there voting place had changed. Does "free speech" include the right to lie to people in an attempt to reduce the voter turnout of a specific group of voters?
(Its been a while since I posted, and I really did forget what my sig said)
Such an agency would be inherently biased, because as Stephen Colbert has taught us, the facts and reality have a liberal bias!
You think his UID is old...