Because there's a few countries that haven't seen the shining light that is the metric system.
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What do disrupters do then?
Wow, 13 hour long episodes!? I'm gonna need at least 2 bathroom breaks!
If we are talking about the carbon footprint of growing the asparagus, don't we also have to include the carbon footprint of producing the the bus?
I guess I should have said I was agreeing with you. "Look how tiny Japan is compared to the mainland US" And, yes, over half being mountainous kinda leaves sweet nothing for a 31 km ring.
Outline of Japan superimposed on the US...
Pay those whom support the technology exorbitantly , and we'll buy big houses and hire gardeners, maids, butlers etc. Problem solved.
They forgot the option:
Yes, but it is 'a quarter-million miles' difference between two arbitrary values. So why not make it a nice round number?
They're all scumbags! (and it's nothing new)
Yeah, like the USB2 port...WTF?
Exactly; this isn't an Apple thing, it's becoming an industry thing. My Le Pan tablet - non user replaceable battery, Motorola blue tooth hands-free unit, same, my Vtech cordless phone, user replaceable, but batteries are only available from Vtech. Sooner or later companies will figure out that they can do the same thing with batteries as they did with ink cartridges.
Another vote for the Sennheiser HD280's. Best headphones I've ever owned.
For at least three years the trackpads have been multi-touch; so, at least within bootcamp, the right click etc is emulated by having two fingers on the trackpad while clicking...