He said 2-3 shows, if they're weekly that's a 8 shows a month for 2 shows, if they're daily then it's up to 60. The nice thing about the OTT options is if you only want access to one or two shows just subscribe for a few months a year.
I'm not just comparing it to other streaming services, I'm comparing it to the whole world of entertainment options like movies, video games, a round of golf, etc. A buck an hour to be entertained is pretty damn cheap.
$8-10/month for 8-30+ episodes is too much? That's $1 or less per episode, seems pretty reasonable to me compared to other entertainment options.
I recall an article on Obama winning the election back in 2008. That was the last time a pro-Obama article made the front page of slashdot. Since then it has been a regular parade of how evil he - and everyone in his administration - is.
Because he hasn't done anything to warrant the admiration of the "News for Nerds" community.
The USA Patriot Act is (mostly) still in place.
Gitmo still holds people without charges.
Cannabis is still illegal.
Civil forfeiture still exists.
The IRS is (still) going after people the administration doesn't like.
Obama promised the most transparent administration, yet it's probably the most secretive one since FDR's WWII administration.
The world, especially the Middle East, still hates us, yet he has the gall to claim that they love us now because of him.
What positive "News for Nerds" are we supposed to report, again? Obamacare?
That's not statistics at all, but a logical fallacy.
I guess what we're proving here is that people who don't understand statistics can be easily fooled when they're given information that is derived from them.
Unless PayPal is OK with a class action lawsuit involving millions of customers, they will not be robocalling anyone who opts out. The Do Not Call statutes say that companies with which you have done business in the last 18 months can call you, but they must allow you to opt out of these communications. I think there is a distinction between human and robocalls that might make this even tougher for PayPal to pull off. So this is not worthy of concern.
I'm more concerned about the quality of PayPal's lawyers, that they seem to be totally oblivious to a law that was put in place in 2004.
Not just philosophy. Try history. He was a radical Quaker and didn't even bother to patent his own inventions when he had the chance. It just didn't sit well with his ideals.
Not all of the founding fathers were plantation owners content with the status quo either before or after the revolution.
I disagree with your assessment because there were actually some people who liked New Coke.
I'm probably older and definitely crankier. I hate change, too, but will come to accept the change if it's an improvement. But the changes on
Same here. Mixing polls in with the articles doesn't make any sense.
You would think on a site that's been around for more than 15 years that they could come up with a single change that's an improvement. I'm still waiting.
I'm currently wearing a Crow T. Robot T-shirt ("You know you want me, baby!").