Machines kill people all the time yet this story is getting a lot of traction because it plays into the 'evil robot' narrative. I've seen some pretty evil automobiles, chainsaws, and escalators.
Right, because in the absence of government intervention no private company would ever fill the void by coming up with businesses that allow people to review products so that others can avoid corporations taking shortcuts with their products. I didn't realize Consumer Reports, IIHS, and Yelp were government-run enterprises.
The difference is immaterial wrt to my argument because the result is the same - the government doesn't get its tax revenue, and both come about from ill-conceived tax policies.
Ironic considering you typed your anti-capitalist rant on a device made possible by the hyper-competitive, capitalist computer industry.
France doesn't have that problem? Tell that to all the wealthy ex-pats who left the country after France was proposing a 75% income tax. And you think corruption is unique to Greece? Btw, "There, fixed that for you" went out with Barney 5 years ago. He was the purple dinosaur btw.
To see what their future holds. Over-regulation, anti-competitive policies, protected public worker class, and oppressive taxes. A perfect recipe for insolvency and economic depression.
If the success of an asset or currency is predicated on a doomsday scenario then that asset/currency is doomed itself.
For those cozy nights by the fire.
And more meh.
Example of her auto-tuned studio performance vs her actual voice: https://www.youtube.com/watch?...
The fact that Taylor Swift even has a career even though it's obvious the woman can't sing should encourage her to keep her mouth shut about the industry and just be happy that she earns millions from tone-deaf tweens.
Because we've all been beta-testing Windows since forever.
Since they did such a great job of self-immolation.