Can someone explain how the books looked fine for so long then all of a sudden tanked? I had assumed that all the dire talk was negative PR.
This is a CLASSIC case of where technology advances past the law. Police surveillance traditionally meant two detectives following around the perp in an unmarked car and drinking lots of coffee. The implicit man power commitment was in itself a limitation on how far the privacy of citizens could be infringed. Now that this limitation has been rendered obsolete, you can expect the courts to follow the norm of imposing a new limitation in the future.
I'd like to see how the donation is reported. I guess it's good that these guys donate so much to charity, but the tax code makes it a no-brainer; financially and for PR.
A proper statistical analysis should have revealed long ago that a one-armed robot is more than adequate for at least 95% of grad students running masturbatorial subroutines.
I think Ned Beatty needed the apology; and a hug.
I drove through one, and it only took about 10 minutes. I could've done it in five, but the DNA collector didn't really turn me on.
No, your question just builds in an assumption that BR is the best. Open it up for him to pick the one he wants as the standard.
Is there a way to effect a short on bitcoin values?
I'd rephrase this a little differently:
What film best represents your vision of a cyberpunk or high-tech dystopian future?
The government can put a heck of a lot of pressure on an individual for not cooperating. Everything from being blacklisted to jailed on spurious charges. Truthfully, I don't think I would have said a word once they started turning the thumb screws; metaphorically or otherwise.
Unlike your partisan hackery, I've been actually USING the website. I put up with about a month of TERRIBLE performance before I could get myself registered. I enrolled, paid my 1st month's premium to Coventry, and will have healthcare I signed up for under the exchange starting next year.
The problems are largely resolved and in 3 months when the deadline hits and millions more are enrolled the old administrators will take the blame for past problems and this guy will get the credit.
Yeah, but slightly later right? That pattern seems to happen a lot in science.
Your theory is flawed. Had they developed polymorphism, surely they would have developed cars to explain it to everyone else?
Sounds great in theory, but it's political naivety at best to assume that's the way to resolve the situation. Google for what happens when any politician dares to claim we're not currently at war in Iraq or Afghanistan. The American people often stand in the way of the obvious solution.