The utility generates at wholesale prices, and then they are forced to buy it back at retail prices.
I would argue that that their wholesale prices are subsidized as they don't pay the indirect costs of pollution.
I have a hard time imagining any remake being better than the original. It little dialog, but excelled at making you feel for the characters and what was happening at the moment.
Tie that will a limited budget, it was showed they knew how to create a great movie.
The problem with this,
Little did I know that this was the long-term plan planted by the Government implemented by Atari. My years of playing Asteroids will now lead me to picked up by a government van, dropped at Fort Lauderdale, where I will be immediately transported into space to fill my destiny.
Just like The Last Starfighter! (Did I date myself too much...)
As a father of 2 young children they will chose to a) Just eat junk food b) play computer games all day
Now it sounds like all children are just born to be nerds.
The battleship maybe obsolete as a ship fighting platform but the ground artillery support role they were the most cost-effective methods around. that main guns were firing $25,000 rounds and are very accurate. Guided missiles attached to a plane are way more expensive and fighter planes are not cheap to fly or maintain. They have a greater range, but it is certainly not cheap way to hit targets.
I think battleships being retired is more of a shift of the navy of wanting use aircraft and not interested in a ground support role from the coast. Battleships really should have stayed as part of the fleet.
Well those self-reliant types can buy a tractor that they can maintain themselves, they just don't get the latest and greatest with it.
No one is requiring them to buy a new John Deere tractor, it just ends up being easier to do so.
Why do you assume the endpoint should be making programmers better understand other people, instead of other people learning how to understand and work with technology?
Except you forgot to pay gas, maintenance and insurance on those 40 miles. which works out to around 0.35 cents a mile(which I still think is low). For 40 miles that is $12, but because it is not a direct cost so people tend to ignore it.
He is not an idiot, he is a politician trying to twist the meaning of the word "Net" and make it mean "Application".
As I recall the company was called the IRS. Yes that is right the IRS put out software so you could do your taxes.
You know why you don't see it? Lobbying by tax preparation companies.
the patrol officer culture is concerned that the technology will be an unfair intrusion into their routine activities — for instance, it might invite over-managing minor policy violations.
If you are tasering someone, you are basically assault/battery of someone. That hardly seems like a minor issue, especially if I do to to a police officer they will try to send me to jail for a couple years.
Jeff Bezos isn't giving us investors enough money
Amazon has never given ANY investors any money, speculators on the other hand and Jeff Bezos himself has done remarkably well. If you your benchmark for wildly successful is wrapped in the stock price you are 100% correct. If you are an investor looking for a return, Amazon has basically done nothing.
So what if their sales have been wildly successful, can they actually make any money doing it is the problem.
Numeric stability is probably not all that important when you're guessing.