Why is it always the hard stuff like exercise? Why is it never, "You can grow brain cells through drinking and watching porn"?
Life ain't fair.
Of course not, he is the real world Iron Man, while Tony Stark is the Marvel Universe Iron Man. You see, not the same person, just a universe crossover. Happens all the time in comics.
O's new programs and stimulus's only total about 1.6T. The rest of the debt is caused by revenue loss from the recession, W's tax cuts, W's Medicare D, creation of DHS, and wars.
As an economist I...
Admitting the problem is the first step.
Scientists are pretty regular people.
True. But priests are not.
1) Government funds your study and provides your grant
2) Government wants a particular result from your study
3) Government does not renew your grant when the study does not prove what they set out to prove
1) Private industry funds your study and provides your grant
2) Private industry wants a particular result from your study
3) Private industry does not renew your grant when the study does not prove what they set out to prove
4) Private industry tries to censor any study that has results that embarrass private industry
Face it Twitter is the kindergarten play ground of public forums. They basically want to control it by gagging the children and chaining them to a stake in the ground so they can't pester each other.
If you've ever had a kindergarten age kid, you will recognize the appeal of this idea.
Sounds like a fairly good learning experience even if you were disappointed with the game design.
I used to write my own games, watch my brother play and find holes in them and chew me out:
Bro: "Hey, why does the robot say 'meow' when it crashes into rocks? Dontcha know what a @#& robot is?"
Me: "Hey, I'm new at this; do I look like Atari to you?"
Bro: "Atari didn't get big by making meowing robots."
Me: "How did your mouth get big?"
Ah, the good 'ol days...
The original poster said nothing about having familiarity with 8-bit computers. I don't understand your complaint.
Only if you target a common sub-set of language features. Each vendor offered specific features or extensions. For example, if the source relied on direct memory calls for special or fancy stuff, those won't likely match up to another vendor's dialect.
10.0 times 0.1 is hardly ever 1.0.