All the other options depend on reliable transportation, communication, and power to operate effectively.
What alternative would you propose that allowed you to have both a stable distrubution and experiment with the bleeding edge as well? We all know that you can get just about any software to run with a
So I wonder, do you thing more accidents are caused by those going below sit speed limits or those going above. it? Think this over, one day you too will live to be one of the geezers that you right now despise. What traffic laws would you propose that protect both the brash young and the conservative elderly that would protect the rights of the most people belonging to such groups?
You are an excellent driver. Let those racing to the next red light get ahead of you. Slow and steady wins the race.
Wouldn't better be to figure out the timing of the lights? In my area this seems to be usually about 5mph below the set speed limit. Normally I only get hit by one light out of the 9 between me and my destination if I adhere to this rule. I've come to regard the one abhorrency causing me to stop on those who exceed the speed limit, jaywalkers, and everything else that prohibits me from maintaing a steady speed without interruption.
Of course we all know there are other things in the variables such as lights that respond to emergency vehicles and such, but in the end once you realize that slowing you down is ultimate goal of most of these systems your life will be so much better when you slow down.
Seriously, I will never understand those who jackrabbit from on light to the next. Why in the world would you do that when slow and steady nearly always wins the race?
Penn and Teller are full of bullshit.
Ford's success was practically a one off. He took advantage of the times when workers were seen as mere resources by most and treated them as personell to be respected. The trend today, at least in the US, is a return to viewing workers as mere fodder for the line to profitability.
It did however force the southern US states to industrialize agriculture, which provided a steady revenue stream for northern manufacturers.
And possibly why slavery lasted so long in the US. Eventually it was force that brought the voting public to see logic and reasoning.
I haven't spent a penny on software for years. For good hardware I have spent many a decent penny.
That would lean me towards purchasing one, my TV and current BR player won't read such large drives.
Will this Roku allow me to plug in my 4TB portable hard drives to them and allow me to view the content that I purchased and ripped to them?
That story doesn't explain why one day I could view Amazon prime videos and the next day I couldn't. If I weren't so honest, I'd consider just saying FU and start pirating like so many suggest. Instead I'll probably go out and buy a new BR player that supports their DRM scheme. I know one thing for sure though, I won't be ordering it through Amazon after this dick move.
BTW, anybody know of BR player that supports the 4TB drives that I ripped all my DVDs too?
But even the motto of the state he was elected to serve spells it out...."Audemus jura nostra defendere" - We Dare Defend Our Rights, and here he is wanting to surrender everyones to the corporate overlords.
This 50 something year old say FU Mike, and facebook and google too. You are welcome to your big brother future, but leave the rest of us out of it.