Until BF5 or BC3 comes out.
No, he's right. Your rant would have been perfect if it wasn't littered with typos. All the mistakes contradict your message.
I love it that they made the 3 top left window buttons look like Kim Jong Ill's glasses. Aww
4.4 billion for the equivalent of 4 nuclear reactors + free fuel + zero pollution. Seriously why isn't every country doing this as fast as they can?
LOL. So you can't use half the OS on a desktop. Install it on tablet to use the other half. No wonder people hate that piece of shit.
Why did this take so long, it's not rocket surgery (I could be wrong)?
Why does it need a battery? Why not make the wetsuit the gills?
I'll buy the first car that offers 300 miles of range at a reasonable price (i.e. 35k). So basically waiting for that battery commercial breakthrough (i.e. 400Wh/kg density).
I'm terrified of losing my job, therefore I should get a huge salary increase?
That's why you've got to pick the right light with low temperature (2500 - 3500K)
What? I've never heard of such a thing. No, no side effects for me. Don't use your CFLs in sockets with older dimmers, it makes them flicker and kills them fast.
I have CFLs only (switching from incandescent saved about 1.5kWh a day) and always turn off things I don't use, including the computers.
Gross, I use about 300 kWh.
Net, I use about -100 kWh thanks to my solar array. My electricity bill is negative, so I get a yearly check from the utility.
Because they don't know any better. When you have nothing to compare to what you have is the best.
A friend of mine showed me his fancy Microsoft Phone the other day. He proceeds to show me the address book, which I thought was plain boring, and then the map. The phone froze right there. He put it back in his pocket mumbling a "ah yeah it does that sometimes". I don't know what happened next, he probably rebooted it somewhere no one was looking. Rebooting. A phone. Seriously. Some people never learn.
So when people have a choice, choosing "not Microsoft" seems like a rational choice. Indeed.
Not at all!
The name Microsoft makes me run in the other direction as fast as I can. Avoiding MS products correlates with good mental health.