How many actual scientific doomsday predictions can you think of?
By the looks of it, you have a hard time sustaining a thought process for more than about two seconds.
Not to worry. It will drag through the courts, get defeated, wasting huge amounts of taxpayers' money, all so a bunch of moronic religious ingrates can try to make some sort of point.
You mean like my mousepad becoming non-functional when I bring my Windows 8.1 notebook up from sleep?
If the only language you have proficiency in is C#, then you have a problem that may very well interfere with your employability.
Reading at -1 is like having your soul sucked out and replaced by liquid nitrogen.
Not to mention the fantastic Dune/Star Trek crossover. The best scenes are where Nurse Chapel seduces Baron Harkonnen (and much hilarity ensues) and Paul Atreided and Captain Kirk compare whether the Weirding way or the monkey kick are more effective. Best catchphrase "dammit Jim, I'm a doctor, not a Bene Tleilax facedancer."
I didn't even call Libertarians out by now, and already the morons with mod points who compromise the Ron Paul Commemorative Movement are out to stomp on me.
Well fuck you, maters. I've got karma to burn.
A lot of people who complain about government are people who would like to terminate most, if not all, labor protections. They bury that desire in ideological ruminations, and have convinced vast legions of rubes that the only good government is a non existent government, and somehow the magic of market forces will protect workers.
I agree completely. When I first started using an dreaded (an old LG keyboard phone with a JavaME spun reader I had hacked on to it) I found reading a bit of a chore. It took me a few days to get really comfortable with the seemingly small and yet ultimately pricing differences. Now I regularly read books on my smartphone and tablet without a hitch, and have noticed no recall problems.
I walked away from crunchy rule systems years ago. Go Fudge go!
You can't fly. You can't for, but you can jump off a skyscraper and flap your arms.
Does anybody actually buy apps for Metro?
If backwards compatibility is so damned important to Microsoft, why does IE11 ignore IE7 compatibility mode settings?
There is still some faxing going on at our office, but the ubiquitousness of easy-to-use scanners means more and more of the documents that we used faxes for are just being sent via email. We won a contract a few years ago and literally had the hundred page document faxed to us, and then we signed and witnessed the back sheet and sent it back via fax. The last amendment was done via email. When even the lawyers are walking away from fax machines, it is definitely a technology on the wane.