They are ransoming the data, not the computer. The computers can simply be reinstalled by an hourly contractor to get rid the ransomware. The data on the other hand, cannot be recovered.
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Why not? You allow only half the vehicles on the street today and the other half tomorrow. You have halfed your traffic and brought your pollution levels down. It is quite simple to enforce by number plates. Petrol today and diesel tomorrow on the other hand is difficult to enforce, makes no sense.
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Nope, France, UK and even Germany were pro nuclear. They havent had support for nuclear in the recent years. Nuclear is not expensive, it requires an upfront investment. 'Subsides' for nuclear are usually just low interest loans, which would more than pay off.
There is no uncertainty in nuclear. There is uncertainty in the support for nuclear, and people's perception of nuclear. This is killing nuclear projects, but I doubt it is killing anything else.
Nuclear is cheap. Project delays are not cheap in nuclear, or a dam (hydro if you will) or a tunnel or any large scale project. Uncertain political environment is a death knell for large scale projects.
Sure, so you have no sympathy for idiots that listen to their bank teller, when they have no reason to not try and make deposits less than $10,000, even when they have paid their taxes correctly. Cool, glad we got that out the way.
They for sure deserve their money to be confiscated.
What is wrong with reducing ones taxes? I dont see anything wrong with it. If someone tells me, if I make deposits worth more than 10,000, I will be taxed a second time, I for sure will stop making deposits above 10,000. I would be stupid not to.
You have no sympathy for anyone trying to reduce their tax bill? You have a weird sense of morality.
Gambits are not blunders (or even mistakes). I cant open Crafty's website right now, but I sure hope it can differentiate between them.
But mine is 50-50. I enjoy reading both, and I consciously read 1 fiction and 1 non-fiction at the same time. Overall I am pretty sure the time spend is close to 50-50, depending my interest in the 2 books I am currently reading, the time spend may vary a bit. Sometimes I get so engaged, I marathon one of the books, and slow read the other. Number of books wise in the past 5 years it would be 50-50. Time-wise it should be really close to 50-50.
Microsoft went to the market with upto $60K, then AWS and Google countered with upto $100K, then IBM joined with upto $120K
FTFY. You will not get the max credits, it really depends on your business needs. The ceiling is meaningless. I doubt most people have a business case for $60K credits.
Rescue breathing and chest compressions are part of the instructions given by AED, atleast the one I trained on did. It takes of timing for breathing and beeps for the compression rhythm.
AED (provided someone is following the instructions it gives), does both.
It is a business decision. If you get returns by an order of tens of your donation, I am sure you would donate 6% of your paycheck to a politician too.
If it is the devil that is open sourcing it, by definition it has to be evil. Whether Microsoft is the devil is debatable though.