USSR used 11 timezones, actually. What exactly do you mean by "operated all on Moscow time"?
I'm sure Red Bull would be eager to sponsor such a thing.
If I am not mistaken, in Europe the banks have to show the total sum a person will have to pay before issuing a credit.
> For Education, it's particularly unbalanced (depending on your tax structure), because taxing people who didn't go to college to pay for those who did it real economic unfairness.
At least in Germany people with higher education earn on average almost twice the money than those without (that includes the liberal science majors as well). Therefore they pay more than the double amount of taxes. So the paid education is a well done investition state-wise. Besides, zero tuition means that the universities get the brightest of all population and not only of the selected elite class. The society as a whole ends up with more qualified specialists and those specialists are more capable due to the broader pool to select from.
So you're telling me that not a single one of all the United States has a position like this? Or just no one who belongs to the two big parties? That tells me a thing or two about your democracy.
He who gives up freedom for safety deserves neither. Which is what you did: gave up freedoms for perceived economical safety.
Yes, I think that was exactly his point.
Yet, it's called Autotune.
Well, I pay about 40% income taxes and I still pay them gladly. You see, while I technically no longer belong to the middle class by German standards (e.i. I earn more than 150% of median income for a German family), my parents are by the same standards poor.
Still, I got a university degree without indebting myself thanks to zero tuition while enjoying a top-tier state-mandated medical insurance (not completely free but very, very cheap for students) all along.
Social lifts can seem expensive, but they are crucial for a stable and prospering society. The net gain is still positive.
The app in question is DailyRoads Voyager and it's pretty good. It even records your speed as a subtitle. The wide-angle lens kit is a nice idea, but it will make a smartphone bulkier and give others the idea that a recording might be ongoing which is not always a good thing.
In my opinion, you can use a smartphone as a dashcam as it is, many youtube videos have no wider angle. It is a very cheap solution for someone who already uses a smartphone as a navigation tool, you might only need a new mount that does not obscure the camera if any. And such a setup will help to clarify many issues.
I use my smartphone with DailyRoads warrior app on a windshield mount as a dashcam. If I don't want to tell anyone that a recording was ongoing, I simply won't.
A smartphone. Pick a GPS navigation app you like most and start DailyRoads Voyager in the background. I've automated both apps to start when I put my handy in the windscreen mount (via NFC tag in my case, but there are other ways of automation).
I think that DailyRoads app has the ability to do so. Besides, it's a smartphone mounted on a windscreen mount with recording going on in the background and a navigation app in the foreground. Few will suspect ongoing recording.
The difference to current models of a wife is?
And I stand as living proof they're right. I did have reading and math skills above average at the age of 7. I do fine nowadays: some sociologists won't even put me in the middle class anymore. My parents were at that time (and still are, by German standards) pretty low-income.