You're just holding it wrong.
You're just holding it wrong.
Would a tight warranty be better than a loose one? If it is loose, it might fall off the phone randomly.
The sky is blue and white, sometimes red or pink.
If you think I am wrong, prove me wrong. The robot to flip burgers was invented, it is just a matter of time until McDonalds thinks automation is cheaper than people. When they decide that, it means half the people are out of a job.
When a machine can make the food, you need one less person. The McDonalds in my area put in a fry machine, now there aren't fry cooks. When they replace the person flipping the burgers, and the people making the sandwiches, that is 2-3 more jobs gone. If the machines are setup right, you don't need the front counter person, because that job is easily automated. The only person you will be left with soon is the guy loading food into the machines, and the maintenance technician.
Apple isn't your typical company. That $200 billion is because Apple knows what it is like in the lean times, so they are saving for those times. Most corporations invest profits into buying new businesses or expanding their existing business as it reaps more profits to do so.
Walmart pays more than the federal minimum wage. So if you need food stamps on a Walmart paycheck, it is time to improve yourself and find work elsewhere. $9 now, and $10 next Feb (2016), nationwide, is nothing to look down on. In many places, that is the best paying job around.
Perhaps rather than making up a conservative position that doesn't exist, you should try actually understanding the conservative position.
$15/hr minimum wage means McDonalds can afford that burger robot to replace half their employees.
and to sending a series of disparaging, sometimes threatening e-mails to a former employer.
Why did congress get involved in the MLB steroid scandal? It is what they do.
That would be one hell of a ski run. I wonder how long it would take to get from bottom to top to bottom again.
You might be better off using Mercury. Venus + Mars might be too massive for us to survive on the surface.
If terraforming is your goal, Venus would be a better target. While being terraformed, there is a spot at altitude where pressure is Earth norm, and temperature is livable. The atmosphere also has everything we need to produce CO2, O2, H2O to have a life sustaining habitat built.
Did samzenpus go to Yale?
Well, since the FAA has regulated RC aircraft and manned aircraft for years, and now congress wants them to regulate drones, perhaps someone gave a definition for drone.
That last link has a quotation from an actual bill that congress passed
It has to do with how it is controlled.
RC Aircraft are controlled by watching them, they can't go too high, and can't be controlled where you can't see them
Drones are controlled by watching through a remote camera or by GPS waypoints
They are different to the FAA; RC Aircraft already have laws regulating them and have for a long time. Drones fall under a mix of manned aircraft rules and RC aircraft rules, so congress asked the FAA to properly regulate them.
The two most common things in the Universe are hydrogen and stupidity. -- Harlan Ellison