It's not a scam, it depends on your own personal needs. Since I go to the doctor rarely, my premiums are next to nothing, and contributing to my HSA comes out of pre-tax money which lowers my taxable income. In my case, it'd be stupid not to.
Yes, while having these perks is nice, the narrative in this story makes the guy sound like an entitled twat.
I bet a lot of that $10k fee is due to the software requiring FDA certification.
Way to restate the same thing about 5 times to make it looks like there's any real content.
Oh god, what have they done . . . all those spreadsheet users.
It is the most high-profile torrent tracker in the world and that makes it useful for spreading information.
No it's not, it stopped being a tracker a while back, now it's just an indexer that uses other public trackers.
They are selling them faster than they can make them and it has received spectacular reviews from the automotive press--or at least any automotive press that hadn't already made up their minds that "electric cars suck".
Electric cars do suck unless you own your own home. Since unless you do, there's going to be nowhere to plug it in since you cant exactly retrofit your rental.
First you need to tweet a certain hashtag.
AmexSync then sees this tweet and then replies to your tweet with a second hashtag you must tweet to complete the purchase.
You can either tweet this second tweet to confirm your purchase, or wait 15 minutes and the window closes, and it will require you to go back to step one.
Is see this as being ripe for abuse. The first time this goes live, someone is going to link a hashtag of something innocuous (like #wintercoat) to something expensive, and lots of people won't realize the mistake until they read their monthly bill and see a charge for $2000 on it.
Did you even read the fucking summary?
Tweeting special product hashtags (i.e., #uselessjunk) will purchase a product via that synced card. American Express will then send a purchase-confirmation Tweet
If somebody is stupid enough to accidently tweet the two required hashtags in the 15 minute window, then they deserve whatever charges they get since they're too stupid to be trusted with a credit card.
It's not that we'll go hungry, it's the price of meat will go up.
While called Mobile Infantry, weren't they effectively 'space marines'?
Well lets check wikipedia:
The earliest known use of the term "space marine" was by Bob Olsen in his short story "Captain Brink of the Space Marines" (Amazing Stories, Volume 7, Number 8, November 1932), a light-hearted work whose title is a play on the song "Captain Jinks of the Horse Marines", and in which the protagonists were marines of the "Earth Republic Space Navy" on mission to rescue celebrity twins from aliens on Titan.
Ah yea, GW can go fuck themselves.
After signing away over US $70k for the accommodations, I found out we were all breaking the law, and worse, if we were found out we would all be kicked out immediately with no refunds.
If you're going to play travel agent, knowing the local laws is usually a first step.
Here is a classic, indisputable, pristine example of the 'big guy' completely steam rolling over the 'little guy'. Any revenge he can extract is a cause that you all would be championing if it was a indie linux dev who had some GPL code stolen or some such..
It wasn't stolen. If you cant call downloading movies and games stealing, you can't call this stealing either. He wasn't deprived of his property. So get your double standards straight.
I cannot find an explanation for the two year estimate.
Hey, Java is going to be vulnerable for a couple years so that means you should hire us to help protect you.
XBMC supports multiple user profiles, much the same as setting up individual users on your home computer. These individual profiles allow you to customize the environment for multiple users, allowing for such functionality as:
- Customized view settings such as skins for each user
- The ability to lock folders, such as network shares on a per-user basis
- Separate Media Libraries for each user
Did you even attempt to find something yourself?