Or, you know, just fucking drive slower so that you can safely stop in time.
Or, you know, just drive fucking slower so that you can safely stop in time.
Never assume someone hitting you is going to have insurance.
I don't actually care. I have my own insurance. It'd be nicer to claim off theirs but I don't have to.
Of course, it'd be even nicer to not need a claim. When coming to an emergency halt (accident in front, or genuinely boneheaded driver nearly causing one, or just me failing to realise the traffic had started going 40mph slower than me) I generally look in my rear view mirror and very much adjust the extent of my braking to give the car behind as much space as possible while giving myself enough space to stop.
But I drive cars that can stop very quickly - good brakes, good grip, good reactions. So I usually have the luxury of not slamming the brakes on full, but instead adjusting the rate of braking to suit the situation.
So 15% of the US are shit selfish drivers. Nonetheless, if red light cameras make you slam on your brakes then you're driving badly.
It's a fucking junction. You don't have to go through it at the sped limit. You can slow down as you approach it, to give you more time to react if the lights change.
That's what normal people do. Sensible, safe drivers, that get to pick up their kids from the whatever-the-fuck proxy for their shit parenting place they've put them in because they didn't have an accident because they know how to fucking drive.
How about you just plan your life better - start with not having fucking children, you're clearly not equipped for it.
Most of the developing world just doesn't have this problem.
Actually that's not true. India and China did very well out of being a cheap place to manufacture things because of the low labour cost. Now, factories that are almost entirely automated are replacing those staffed by unskilled workers. This means that no one is building them in developing countries and creating jobs there. The only reason that companies like Foxconn have for picking places in Africa for manufacturing now is the the lack of environmental regulation: a few politicians get paid off, but the local economy doesn't benefit and the local environment gets polluted. The path Japan took, of cheaply copying things, being a cheap place to build factories, developing local skills, and then competing internationally with original products, doesn't exist anymore.
I'd fire your ass in a heartbeat.
You work for Sony by any chance?
What he's described is pretty standard IT security. What you want is complete fucking data loss.
Fire him? With cunts like you running the business he'll leave and get a job at a competent firm anyway.
I'm pro-life. I support the right for women to dispose of parasites that put their lives in jeopardy.
That's what you meant, yeah?
They're being arrested for possession in a state in which it is illegal to possess marijuana.
How is the legality of the purchase of that marijuana in one jurisdiction relevant to its illegal possession in another?
Tax receipts are pretty irrelevant on that front.
erm. Gambling is a noun.
Carpet munching is protected by the constitution?
It may not be 'a comedy' but it very intentionally includes a lot of comedy elements to it.
Maybe that's my problem. Maybe I like funny films rather than comedies.
Beyond that, these scientists might find more traction for their beliefs if they could get away from the folks who are peddling 'solutions' for AGW. You know, the activists who want to make energy so expensive that poor people will have to live in dark, cold homes, and gasoline so expensive that they have to stay in those cold, dark homes.
I imagine, however, that any activist or scientist advocating the use of 'denier/(heritic)' has substituted Gaia for God, and would be very happy to burn their opponents at the stake.
As for me, I'm not qualified to analyze the science. Instead, I'll consider the matter when the people who say it's a problem act like it's a problem. Until their personal conduct matches their words- buying carbon credits ('indulgences') doesn't count- then it's just a continuation of prior climate panics.
You had the change the battery in your watch? How archaic.
Even when I'm not wearing an automatic mechanical watch with no battery, I wear a solar powered watch that charges itself.
I guess the battery in it will wear out, but not for another decade or two.