Irritating, I've got a time travel story I can't recall title of too, where it's a fixed rift with one end being near a wreck of a cloth mill, the other end near it where its up and working, with some weird conditions like a beggar that they throw a coin to
... If I could do a content search on my kindle, I'd find it.
I'd be surprised if my personal cover that's included in Superannuation (mandatory retirement benefit scheme in AU) doesn't exceed that.
(Saddles up a kangaroo)
All right, but apart from the sanitation, the medicine, education, wine, public order, irrigation, roads, the fresh-water system, and public health, what have the Greeks ever done for us?
Your landlord (or body corporate) will indeed give a shit for paying for 100 outlets, and making sure they get charged to appropriate apartments.
Not ubiquitous, but I can see a charge lasting me a week. The nuisance is I'm in an apartment with basement parking: if many people do this there's going to need to be some new wiring system there so we get charged (dollars, not electrons) appropriately. Otherwise I'd buy (lease) one tomorrow.
Ladies behind the counter weren't. Although it was long ago enough that it did get laughed off.
Reminds me - at one point I was going down to the local, and asked colleagues what they were after, on requested a carton of Nippy's Apple Juice, when I got there, I asked for Appy's Nipple Juice. Red face time.
He's proposing taking money *earned* in other countries for the benefit of the US economy. The US is not the only country getting foxed by the Irish solution. (for instance, Australia has the same problems with it)
An Oscar Wilde riposte - you'd likely only realise a week later that you'd been insulted
And commit improvements back to the repository.
The answer to that would be to let the 'local automakers' leave your country rather than prop them up. (like happened here, Australia) Short term pain, but probably long term gain. Carmakers like Elon Musk/Tesla with very different car making models aren't likely to oppose this.
Two episodes to kill him, I could live with that. Perhaps they'd clone him, and we'd have an army of 10 million jarjars to deal with. Ugh.
Evidence by anecdote
Well played. DST for the Doomsday Clock.