Your second point seems a tad weak as before being stuck on the bead, said pollutants are floating freely in the water the organisms large and small breath.
Business - and personal interest. Games don't do what I want, which is support other things I do in life. Business programming does by giving me money and personal programming by eliminating repetitive but complex stuff.
Keep in mind this is about getting into programming. So, 70's.
Get national recognition for his work
In one sense (although they will ultimately lose to their own bosses) they have done him a huge favor and his work is now a national discussion and is being seen by someone who will snap this kid up. I wish him the best, he's a great talent.
In addition, the Districtâ(TM)s Board Policy Manual explicitly states âoea student shall retain all rights to work created as part of the instruction or using District technology resources.â
It has always been the case that comic superheros have escalated in power. From the first superman to now, their powers have increased in the manner of schoolboys yapping about who's better.
Oh hell, that happens with keyboards too. I've posted before that while working on a time crunch problem, the manager of my manager was hanging around and keeping his nose in her business. She was trying to type up a synopsis of the current status to email to *his* boss and he was continually asking her questions and pressuring her to hurry the solution up. Fortunately for her I was standing there to answer questions for her memo because in the middle of a sentence she wrote "fuck you". I leaned way over to block his vision and pointed saying "I think you have a typo there
"Computers are too structured to allow the free flow thinking needed to solve a problem."
You're projecting, not stating a fact.
Your last suggestion makes a lot of sense. Then the botters can brag about besting other botters. Of course, a lot of them are in it explicitly to harsh someone else's game. But, screw them.
Many little snowflakes nowadays make the accusation that they've been "coerced" once they make a bad decision that is freely theirs to make.
coerce: persuade (an unwilling person) to do something by using force or threats.
I do believe you're calling it coercion because you fell for their clever manipulations and encouragements that enticed you to open your wallet and freely draw out your reserves to make an adult exchange. All without using any force or threats.
By the way that free adult exchange thingie doesn't qualify as theft.
Some parting adult advice to those delicate snowflakes - learn delayed gratification. It works wonders for preventing you from accumulating piles of unwanted crap.
And that has what to do with discrimination against Asian Americans?