Note, too: you completely ignored my procedural point.
I've never understood why it can't do this during the 10 hours a night that I am not using the laptop instead of doing it when I need to quickly shut down and leave the house or quickly shut down and leave work.
Windows is codependent, it wants your attention at all times. And this is unlikely to get any better now that that attention is worth money.
Betteridge's law of headlines says "No", and that's good enough for me.
I presume I am not one of the "usual suspects" - or if I am, you are getting no pleasure from me.
Oh, I already have, baby.
Furthermore your constant state of goalpost-moving - particularly the fact that you are able to support your team in part but anyone of any other team must support their team 110% of the time - is again noted.
Is that like when you try to typecast #OccupyResoluteDesk to "conservative", or do you have some other meaning in mind?
However, smart insurance companies will see this as a dangerous erosion of their market, and will probably fight against this...
Actually, isn't this the ideal case for the insurance companies? All they need to know is the software version the car is using to know exactly how it drives.
Okay, so whyTF did the company decide to fire the guy without going through the agreed-on procedure?
Because Mr. Someone living Somewhere never lived anywhere, or existed for that matter. It's just an urban legend someone decided to believe because it confirms their political beliefs.