Go fuck yourself, you lying Nazi prick. I hope you die in a fire.
Please explain how civil strife in nation-states like Syria where there is little American much like the Secretary of State's influence are Hillary Clinton's fault.
Please explain how you can be so fucking obtuse as to wave away the example of Libya (which she enthusiastically supported) and her vote in favor of the Iraq War AUMF.
On second thought, don't bother. You have nothing interesting to say and are conveniently ignoring the points that don't line up with your world view.
It's only outdated if you don't want a dedicated device for time. Some of us do want or need such a device, preferably one that doesn't need to be recharged every 24 hours, do a bunch of shit we don't care about, and occupy half of our lower arms. A nice looking watch is also a fashion statement; I'm not talking Rolex level (although you can certainly do that), just something that looks halfway decent and goes with most of your wardrobe.
There's still a market for dedicated devices. What does a smartwatch give me? Don't need it for fitness, it will never compete with a decent runner's watch for durability and ease of use. Don't want it for time, my real watch is less cumbersome and has a battery life measured in years. Can't do anything productive (e-mails, shopping lists, etc.) with it that I can't do better with my smartphone. Directions? That might be an argument, but again, how is the watch better than my phone? I've gotten around foreign cities where I don't speak the local language using my phone and Google Maps. Where's the game changer in doing the same with my watch?
This saving being bad for the economy thing is based on the premise that spending is what drives the economy and not investing. This is the same idea that drives massive spending, debt bubbles, and artificially low interest rates. How's that been working out for us?
The fair tax will increase incomes, not decrease it. And for the poor that means more money to take home and all the essentials are tax free due to the prebate. The rest is choosing whether to save the money and improve their future prospects or pay the same tax that they would have paid on their income but at the purchasing end instead.
It was Windows 95 and 98, and the rollover happened at 49.7 days.
And yes, you are a troll because it's quite easily explained as a garden variety mistake due to careless programming. An unsigned 32 bit integer can hold up to 4 billion. 4 billion milliseconds is about 49.7 days. 4 billion sounds "big enough"-- but it isn't when we're talking milliseconds. And clearly, a Windows box COULD stay up that long, or else the bug would never have been discovered.
So you think only the best AND the absolute WORST musicians make money?
I'm at a loss as to what line of reasoning could be used to come to such a conclusion.
We all are going to get screwed in September or October when China drops its financial bombshell which will lead to the replacement of the dollar as the international standard anyway,
Meh... Buy the right FOREX derivatives and you could make out like a bandit on that.
a Senior Developer has a market value of 125K
I live in the bay area, and it's been at least fifteen years since I was willing to take a salary that low.
Remember the days when you could tell your boss that the token fell out of the ring, and you had to take a couple of hours to find it?
They didn't seem to think there was anything unusual about asking an interview candidate to spend an entire day doing pair programming with them on their own codebase.
Heh... I had a similar situation a month or so ago. Headhunter cold-called me, told me how hard they're looking for people with serious amounts of Mac experience, so I went to see the customer (startup over in Mountain View), product wasn't terribly interesting, and then the recruiter says they want me to come in for a "coding exercise" that should only take about four to six hours. I told him my rate for very short term projects, and he actually expected me to give them six hours of my time on spec.
I quit taking his calls.
No, the destruction of nation-states (Libya, Syria, and Iraq) that created the conditions for ISIS to flourish are Clinton's responsibility. She was a policy-maker, not the policy-maker, but a policy-maker nonetheless who was in the room when these decisions were made.
Remember 97 other Senators and 420 Representatives joined her including Kerry, McCain, Biden, Saunders (Congressman).
Basic fact fail. The vote was 297-133 in the House and 77-23 in the Senate. There were plenty of brave voices willing to stand up against the Iraq War. HRC was not one of them. She does not get a pass for that clusterfuck, nor any of the clusterfucks that occurred while she was serving in the Obama Administration.