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I think you're onto (on) something.
An elite liberal arts school will likely provide equivalent benefits.
Yep; a high THC level in your bloodstream.
Well, I guess now we know that this was no weather satellite...
Because the uses are highly illegal
"Highly," huh. Tell me: how much trouble, exactly, would the cops be in if they got caught using this device?
Did they predict it for the whole globe?
Is winter capable of occuring simultaneously across the whole globe?? 'Cause if not, I believe you've answered your own question.
Uber doesn't have much uniqueness to last and hence no pricing advantage in the long run.
The same can be said for eBay.
where big bucks could be spent to achieve big gains of pollution reduction.
Indeed, they certainly could...
The reason I would avoid Uber stock is their business model falls foul of the law in most of the countries where they operate, only a matter of time until they are shut down.
Ha! Don't you get it?? Laws are meant for you and I, not for huge companies (or the
With billions in venture capital funding to play with, it's only a matter of time until Uber gets most of those laws rendered moot - at least the ones that matter, anyway; Uber will obviously have to continue to strategize and pick their battles (Deutschland, for example, probably won't be selling out their taxi industry to Corporate America any time soon).
Say what you will about Sony but in the 80s and 90s you want a damned good cutting edge piece of gear that will easily last the better part of a decade if not longer? Then YOU BOUGHT SONY
Sony's quality was acceptable enough in the 70's and 80's but had already begun to turn to shit by the time the 90's were underway.
If you wanted very good Japanese electronics, you bought Pioneer or Kenwood. If you wanted damned good, you BOUGHT DENON.