Yes. It works great.
Yes. It works great.
Why have 4K at 17", though? Or even 18"? I have a 28" 4K desktop monitor and it's gorgeous, but I can't even make out the pixels when I'm at a reasonable using distance. What benefit is 4K over 1440 on a laptop, other than requiring beefier gaming components?
But this isn't a bank vault. This was someone hiding the cash in a box under the bushes and claiming it was safe.
That's an assumption that'll get you killed.
Lots of cops playing army without as much danger of being actually shot at. Lots of forces operating as for-profit gangs that do whatever they want. They'll shout "stop resisting" as they de-escalate the situation with violence.
I'm not saying that there aren't any, or not even that most cops aren't good. But it doesn't take very many to poison a whole department, only a few in the higher ranks to run out the good cops.
Pretty much every bit of Walker's trumpeting about his "success" in Wisconsin is a lie. I'd scratch him off post-haste if I were you.
You can do your own doctoring, just like you can drive on your own roads.
If you want to participate in the benefits of society, such as healthcare and maintained, safe roads and such, you pay your part. The biggest problem is the super rich and the corporations that have bought their way out of paying their part.
If making sense actually changed opinions, there wouldn't be any Republicans left in this country. Pissing into the wind, my friend.
I know, right? We should have high schoolers working those 24 hour drive throughs while they're supposed to be in school or late at night, earning a below-living wage. Real adults just wouldn't stand for that, and don't deserve any better if they do.
You can keep your plan if it's a legitimate insurance plan. Lots of shitty plans stopped being offered.
It isn't a tax, as in it's not a line-item on your tax bill. By your logic, Wal-Mart is a tax, because they get corporate subsidies for their welfare-requiring employees.
You can keep your doctor, if your insurance allows you to. Before the ACA there were those problems, too.
It does cost less, overall. The rate of healthcare cost increases is the lowest it's been in decades. It's not about you personally, it's the overall trend. Not to mention more people now qualify for insurance.
Overall? Most people have better coverage, and more people have coverage, period. If you lost coverage, it was only because you were profiting from the people who were paying for plans that didn't really offer any protection.
Oh, and don't forget that the Baby Boomers are aging, and are creating a huge load on the system... that's driving costs up for everyone. But I'm sure that's Obama's fault, too.
Command-C, command-V. It works in the terminal just like in the rest of your apps. It's one of the things that I actually prefer about the Mac that I'm working on nowadays.
If you're going to gripe about someone's grammar, you really should ensure that yours is impeccable.
So what you're saying is there's nothing that'll make you happy with Windows 10. If you want the gearhead features, you pay for the gearhead features. I, for one, am glad that after I upgrade my parents to Windows 10 they won't have the choice to ignore updates. Same with 95% of people out there with computers.
Cars have substantial other uses. A gun-carrying drone has only a single reason to be carrying the gun, and that's to cause harm to something.
Why would everyone use the Pro version? If you know what a driver is, you can probably consider using the Pro version. If you don't, like my parents, then having everything automatically update seems perfectly sane, and safer than not having updates done until someone looks at the machine.
My kingdom for some mod points...
If entropy is increasing, where is it coming from?