Perhaps, but if you're doing the tech equivalent of flashing large bills around while walking through the bad part of town, you'll be vulnerable to a lot more people than if you actually have a clue.
I'm better off in my fifties. True, I sometimes make noises standing up, verbal or otherwise, but I've almost run out of stupid mistakes since I've already made most of them, and my finances are much better than they were a decade ago.
I'd be more likely to buy it streaming or DVD than going to a theater. Frankly, the "theater experience" sucks anyway.
They didn't negotiate. They just capitulated.
If we don't see the movie, the Terrorists win! If we do see the movie, Sony wins! That is what Star Trek calls the Kobiashi Maru.
That brings us back to the population issue. When people didn't take daily showers, there weren't as many of them and they could get farther away from their stinking neighbors.
Revolt? With what? A few guns and knives against armed drones? I would call it less of a revolt and more of a plinking session.
There are 7 billion people on Earth. Assuming 99% of them lose their jobs - just how much ammo do you have for them new-fangled drones?
My single income is quite a bit less than 100K, and there's no way in hell I'll have a 300K house, barring winning the lotto, something illegal, or both. But I still make more than many entire families I know. Some of them would be thrilled to make 50K. By their standards, I am rich.
I expected that around Uranus, but not Mars.
I can't say I've ever encountered an Andy Griffith type cop, but I've never encountered a Barney Fife type either.
I clicked on "read more" to see if any of the 100+ comments were something besides complaining about Bennet.
Yeah, that's one of my peeves. Full-screen makes sense on my small iPhone, but my 10" iPad is more than big enough for 2 windows.
In a way, my card makes things even worse. I still have to change my Windows password every 2 months, but since I no longer enter it daily, it's a lot harder to remember.
Yeah, I remember the pig flu scare of 2009. My mom's BF and a friend of hers got very sick. Odd thing is, they both got shots.
Not necessarily. Before gmail, I paid for my email, and it sucked worse than gmail ever did.