Haven't most of those people already been eaten by kangaroos in the desert or driven into canals?
I guess it will make an excellent forensic application then! They will be able to find those poor missing people.
Furthermore, if my wife prepares my lunch, should I pay tax over my food after is cooked even though I may have paid taxes at the super market?
And even worse, if I run a charity, and give people food for free, do they have to pay taxes for their food as well?
I still don't understand some taxes.
With news indicating "how easy is to find how to make a bomb online" or even running an article explaining it , and on the other hand, geeks making references to little Bobby tables, what do you expect, but people going around and confirm by themselves?
The issue is not about getting rid of Windows, is knowing that you very likely paid for a license, so why not put it to use anyways?
How Do I Explain That Humans Didn't Ride Dinosaurs?
I'll go with you. By Betteridge, the answer is of course: NO.
So, for some people, it may actually be their money in the end.
For the short time it worked, the real estate search was the best service I found. A large comprehensive easy to use, easy to search system to find places for sale and for rent. I agree with you, it's a shame there weren't allowed to compete with the realtor mafia.
Recently a friend updated his status to something like:
I had an accident, I'm already at the hospital
I didn't know if I should laugh at the amount of people clicking on "like". Is facebook thinking all the likes meant sadist behaviors?
Where do they draw the line?