>but a stable legal market.
Like the stock market, stocks never change in price. Or gas prices at the pump, they stay stable for long periods of time, right?
You seem to be very confused how markets work. Some markets are real time priced markets and the price and inventory is expected to fluctuate moment to moment. Other markets are stabilized by huge amount of production and rarely fluctuate, such as the price of a candy bar at the local store. Weed is not a 'white' market, the feds still randomly bust suppliers, and at the federal level it is still illegal. Also customers have personal tastes, if everyone wants the strain *dank memes*, demand dictates that the price goes up, especially if supply is limited. Until you see a futures contracts for supply of marijuana there will be volatility in the market.
When I travel by air I always wear a latex catsuit, waist-cinching back-laced corset, and ballet boots. The security screeners look really uncomfortable. Finally found a way to turn the tables on those privacy invasion actors.
Curiously, this is exactly why Stephen Fry is no longer allowed to fly to many airports.
Is it true that Duke Nukem Forever was the first commercial software written entirely in Perl 6?
My machine came with 16GB. A year ago one of the 4GB DIMMs died on me. I pulled it out and chucked it. I was planning on replacing it, but never got around to it.
I occasionally look at my memory usage. with 12GB ram and a 5GB swap, I almost never use more than 4GB of the ram and 3% of swap space.
tl;dr : Memory might be cheap, but we need less than we think we do.
"Claiming to âoeprotect your phone from malware and theftâ, this malicious app runs in the background of victimsâ(TM) devices once downloaded and collects their data and location."
If I was that crapware maker, I would feel quite comfortable marketing my app as a "Windows 10 security doubler". After all, if Windows 10 logs your data and sends it to a site on the internet, it must be doubly secure to send the data to a second site.
"The hands that help are better far than the lips that pray." -- Robert G. Ingersoll