You do realizing you're just redefining well understood terms to evade the point?
Of course, those corporations don't ACTUALLY do anything but open the mail in those low tax countries because the infrastructure sucks as a natural result of having few taxes to pay for upgrades.
The problem in this case that if the patient has X but complains of Z, the doctor will only discuss Y. Same if the patient has A, B, or C, none of which are ever due to Y.
Actually, in other eras, the ideal that everyone assumed we were naturally supposed to appreciate was considerabl;y more padded than today's ideal. In the middle ages, a modern model would probably be seen as grotesque and sickly at best.
It is if it turns out your recommendations are either impossible to follow without intense suffering or if they're sinmply ineffective.
If you recommend leeches for a broken leg, when the patient visits next week and still can't walk, it may not be because they ignored your prescription.
Remember back when ulcers were the patient's fault and if they would just learn to be calm and relaxed they would be healed?
Then they discovered "oops" it ws an infection. But nobody got their money back for all that bad advice.
Obese people have to ignore one of the few basic drives stronger than sex for the rest of their lives. Not completely ignore it, mind you, that leads to death. No, they have to tickle the dragon.
Thin people just have to take wierd Al's advice.
yes, I know that latter isn't necessarily true, but it's as true as your claims.
Haters gotta hate. It's no longer socially acceptable to use the N word or call black men 'boy', and the feminist movement spoiled misogyny for them, so they have to resort to dumping on fat people.
And if those damned lazy "handicapped" people had an ounce of initiative they'd quit whining and stand up like everyone else, right?
Yes, that's what you read like. Now, are you going to be persoinally responsable for that or whine about how wrong *I* am and how right *you* are?
He is not capable of any major harm of course,
I just worry one day I'm gonna hear about another nutcase shooting spree, and hear his name as the culprit...
he is convinced he has Asperger's (he doesn't display any symptoms except "being smart",
and immediately then:
which he isn't at all)
Which is fine as long as the bone isn't trimmed and the wound closed with stitches as is normally done.
Wec also have antibiotic ointments.
That's why you should be agile but never Agile.
If that's the criterion, we need to disable all spreadsheets and decision support systems.
I would think that studying how fast a 1-year-old learns to say "mine" compared to "ours" would refute such a claim...
One year old babies neither talk, nor have a concept of other people being their peers.
Anyway, ownership behaviour seem to me to be quite related, whether they are claimed by an individual, a family, a company or a state. "Theft" from such an "owner" seem to be met with similar emotional responses across all such owner classes.
No, that's a much more fundamental concept of causing harm. Taking away something a person needs, harms him regardless of any "ownership" involved.
The answer is, "yes, you did. And I sold MY license to use your software to Fred."