This scientific journal just had to retract 60 papers. How does that even happen?
They're not the right-wing nutjobs you believe them to be.
That is, they're no more nutty than the rest of Americans. We're a pretty nutty bunch.
They'd make quite a team, and the debates might finally be watchable.
Yeah, then add the matching pair Paul/Cruz on the other side, and the debates will be as good as this one.
So, let's look at the case of the JWs, since you seem to really like it. What is it about that case that seems shocking to you? Why do you keep bringing it up?
X86 went away fifteen years ago. Every "x86" COU built since the last 1990s runs an x86 layer, but underneath is a very different bear.
At the time, the closest the DOS world had to multitasking was TSRs. Beside my first PC was my CoCo 3 with OS/9 level 2 with 512k of RAM with a true preemptive multitasking kernel running on an 8 but 6809 CPU. Microsoft's dominance at the time meant in many ways the most common 16 bit opposing system in the world was only marginally better than a CPM machine from 1980.