I was going to give this paranoid psychotic the satisfaction of another post, but decided the better and deleted it.
So it sounds to me like what you're saying is that SOAP is also anti-bacterial, because it kills bacteria.
Obviously the FDA needs to ban SOAP as well. I mean, they hardly use it at all in Europe, and they get along just fine.. except maybe for a little BO now and then.
I dunno, I thought the IRS line was pretty fucking accurate.
Forking a distro usually happens when one of the people working on it doesn't feel they are "in charge" enough, and they want to be "the boss," so they go off and create "their own" little fiefdom to rule over.
That's basically what kickstarter is - it's a way for VCs to crowdsource initial investments without having to give any stock in return. As an AC noted below, in this case, it would appear that the kickstarters basically gave the VCs a gift of $15M, since now the VCs won't have to make any investment for initial development, prototyping, and manufacturing.
It's a pretty sweet deal if you're a VC - just snap up these kickstarters that someone else paid to develop, and laugh all the way to the bank.
Will say that govenrment gets access to everyone's cell phones so they can "fight terror." It's for our own safety. We should all be thankful Uncle Sam is looking out for us.
If you read TFA you would know that this is not an anonymous system, and that people making reports must provide their contact information and, if requested, be interviewed by police.
Well, if you have to go through a "peer review" process, and the majority of those "peers" are biased, because they are funded by infinitely-deep-pocketed interests (government) who have a vested interest (taxation and power) in proving AGW, then yes I think it is a reasonable conjecture that there is bias baked into the process.
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He's not ignorant. He just wants all of your medical records to be in Google.
He's also just sheltered and things that have an enormous effect on the average person's life have no effect on his.
This is the example I use of how NOT to communicate at my company:
Each individual stakeholder must focus on the downward flow of delegation to ensure timely deployment of critical deliverables and the achievement of key milestones. Without cross-functional deployment of synergistic competencies, we risk significant schedule slippage and may miss key dates that we have agreed to with our core customers.
I much prefer:
"Everybody, get your shit done on time and work together to avoid getting stuck, or we won't sell our shit and we won't get paid."
Sums it up nicely.
But, the premise is that automation will replace "most if not all" human LABOR.
Doing new things is still labor. Me cleaning my kitchen is labor. Me building a new desk for my shop is labor. So, the premise is that all things possible for humans to do will be replaced with automation, leaving humans nothing to do.
Maybe that's not what they meant, but if that's the case, they shouldn't have said it.
Yeah I'm an idiot and didn't see that there