Brezhnev took Afghanistan.
Begin took Beirut.
Galtieri took the Union Jack.
And Maggie, over lunch one day,
Took a cruiser with all hands.
Apparently, to make him give it back.
Brezhnev took Afghanistan.
correct, the bell curve is drawn as a spike.
A middle class would indicate that there is at least some kind of bell shape.
Yet, in the United States you are required to report to the IRS all your foreign bank accounts if the total value is over $25k, every year.
If you don't, they may not find out, but of they do its a problem for you.
To avoid this, hiding money in shell companies is frowned upon at least.
and not every country is like the united states. The tax code is quite matured regulation, usually not a lot of ways to get out of it legally.
If the tax authorities know more, they will get more, and leave some skeletons behind.
Dont forget the 2 kilo libraries of congres uom: 2 kloc.
I need a command line interface, from there I will 'make' the rest of my needs.
The use of "Searching for missing people" is obvious the cover for any misconduct. You can always be looking for missing people, everywhere and at any time. Do something you should not be doing with a drone, use the excuse of searching for missing people.
This reminds me that I have to move my NAS to a place out of sight. The attic comes to mind, need to run CAT6 up there.
The laptops/tables are quite light on personal data, the NAS on the other hand isn't.
How easy would it be to emulate the old cell processor on the new hardware to support old titles?
Also, its been made clear by the industry that reselling of games is not the way to the future, delivery (and payment) on demand is.
When you control the delivery mechanism, you control the money flow.
Flea and Tick would be my choice
The right place to store a chocolate bar is the pocket right under your nose.
But to be honest, I am not sure if that held the adoption rate down...
Ranch Dressing makes EVERYTHING better.
The only way to make Ranch Dressing better is if someone figured out put caffeine in it.
Yum, Caffeinated Ranch Dressing!
Not all students will do the final test.
The assumption here is that if 160000 students enroll and pay their fees, a (much?) smaller number of students actually follow through to the end.
Because the fees are so low, why not give it a try? I suspect the dropout rate is much higher with a low entry fee.
I would provide x amount of time for warranty (say two months) and provide the option to buy into service (monthly fee) that covers feature and security fixes.
The best part of a service model is that you keep contact with the customer and you can up-sell them to the next feature release.
This model does not work as well for all custom work.
For custom x months of warranty plus $x per hour for changes and fixes. Providing them with a lifetime support option is very unpredictable and may scare the customer away. They may plan on using the solution for 3 years where you are covering your ass when you need to fix it 20 years from now (current year equivalent: you need to keep that prehistoric server running to make minor changes in COBOL...) and account for that somehow. Be specific what lifetime warranty is when you go that route, sometimes it is just educating the client on expectations.