And I was so looking forward to Raquel Welsh's boobs rubbing up against the interior walls of my arteries.
In the end nothing.
it will take sometime to get there.
The big question is what will people do for leisure?
I suspect that after a while screwing all day becomes boring.
You know that for certain types of black holes that should read "get their junk in a free black hole". Of course there is also the pun of mispronouncing hole as ho.
specialize in Matryoshka dolls?
Except that there are two "mainstream" languages which I would say are the equivalent of Chinese or Japanese. These are scala and C++.
To use these effectively you are going to have learn to think in a whole different way.
Not if I Ching is with her!
When all those robots, replacing people at burger places start getting my order right.
Or counting change.
Since robots will be doing that.
If they are lucky, being able to speak Chinese or Hindi, could be a good thing
Otherwise just have them read Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance.
the greatest Superheroine of all time was "the new Wonder Woman" of the 79's. A Diana Prince who lost her powers
WW the comic was dying, and this version revived her.
She was killed off by the 70s version of SJW.
Actually you analogy is really flawed. First of all USPS is not a municipality service. It's a federal one.
Secondly,UPS/FedEx have not really indicated they can't get along with USPS. Tather, USPS has given all sorts of indication it cannot get along with UPS/FedEx.
For all those who are going to argue this point: keep in mind, States cannot declare bankrupcy, but counties, cities and other subdivisions can.
Should states be able to tell municipalities, that they can't run a broadband service? Should states be allowed to tell cities they can't run acity sponsered colleges? What about allowing states to force farmers to charge more for food leaving the state?
I don't know where the line is I don't care. What I would wish to see is simply nationwide local loop unbundling. That is entirely legal for the FCC to impose.
Last year they ruined one guys life by claiming he was "the Nakamoto".
Now they want to ruin another.
GNU doesn't want it.
Old people love load keyboards. Reminds them of offices with typewriters.