The bare bones Volt is still $35k. That's not exactly in Tesla territory, but it's still double what you would pay for a small economy ICE vehicle.
Don't you BLASPHEME in this house, young man!!
"Ha, Bill Gates is a pussy!" responded Jobs. "That weak little pansy didn't even have the balls to deny his daughter's paternity and make her live on welfare."
"Oh, the people I fucked over back then...such good times," reflected Jobs.
The pirates have just been slowed down trying to read the weird French.
Oh why did he have to have such a weakness for cocaine and those twinks at Studio 54???
I would consider Wired the lowest form of PR-disguised-as-journalism among all the big name tech journals. I consider them even lower than gaming rags like IGN. Just two of their many problems:
1) They WORSHIP Apple, and I mean WORSHIP. Even the most innocuous of Apple announcements is inevitably followed by days of Wired gushing about how "Apple's new X product is going to CHANGE THE WORLD!"
2) They frequently do heavily biased reporting on their own sister companies without disclosing their own conflict of interest. The most shameful recent example of this was the Ellen Pao case. Wired had daily articles for three or four weeks straight of heavily pro-Pao coverage, all without once ever disclosing that she's now the CEO of one of their own sister companies.
I bet every time Tim Cook takes a shit, at least five Wired "journalists" are there to proclaim it the most innovative shit ever taken.
If you really believe that a minimum wage can increase the welfare of poor people, why not raise it to $500/hour? Then we can all be rich!
And if you really believe that a long-overdue increase in minimum wage is going to bankrupt American corporations, then I have a bridge to sell you in Brooklyn. Only driven on by a little old lady on her way to church, a real bargain!
Now I'll own all of Boardwalk!!!
And either way, Wired would have called it the greatest and most revolutionary product ever made.
That would be a useful skill that might get them a tech job.
As millenials and other young Democrats age and get more wealth and power, they will turn into Republicans.
This will be a very useful tool once they have internet access again or for the first time.
career intelligence officer
Was he one of the career intelligence officers who claimed that Iraq had weapons of mass destruction? Or was he one of the career intelligence officers who completely didn't see 9-11 coming at all? Or perhaps was he one of the career intelligence officers who had no idea where Osama Bin Laden was until some random tipster called them up and told them his address?