And there's no margarine for error.
"In 30 years we've gone from Ronald Reagan's 'trickle down' to the Koch Brothers' 'tinkle down' economics." ~ Jim Hightower
Help stamp out and eliminate redundancy and repetition.
And most people could do with a logic course.
I have the same name as a long time San Francisco Chronicle columnist, so the first fifty thousand hits are about him. Although, this did get "me" mentioned in Herb Caen's column from time to time.
Why am I not surprised Leno has one?
Need to send a message regarding bad service? Don't they put comment spaces on the checks any longer?
Does that mean I need to quit using the old line "To err is human; to really fowl things up requires a computer"?
It would have to be sufficiently different that the cases of the hackable and non-hackable versions couldn't be swapped. May not be enough of a market for the hackable model to make it worth their investment.
I hear it's going to break even any time now.
It isn't just a punishment. It's also a deterrent.
I've seen what it can do. A traffic cop with several years experience can estimate your speed to within two miles per hour. And they're probably not going to write you up for doing 47 in a 45mph zone.
but I also don't trust businesses to not round everything up. So I don't take, leave, or want them abolished.
It works better than speaking into the mouse.