Being small (20% the size of California) homogeneous and rich is a trifecta for public utilities. Once you start talking ex-urbs price becomes pretty rough. Not that I don't agree with you but S. Korea is a pretty easy place to wire up.
NSA not CIA.
Hudsucker like a motherfucker.
A study on anonymous hiring practices in France showed that anonymization resulted in fewer minority candidates getting hired. Their explanation is essentially that the companies who care enough about diversity to participate in this sort of study are already subtly biased in favor of minority candidates, and anonymization put a stop to it. Considering the amount of focus big tech companies are putting on diversity, there's a fair chance the same thing is happening here too.
Phantom Limb? Shouldn't you be kissing Dr. Girlfriend's ass right and arching Dr. Venture instead of dicking around on the internet right now?
That's why shills are AC.
Because they live on the shoulders of giants and feel they are entitled to the benefits they currently have. They are totally driven by ideology rather than need or practicality. They are also deeply ignorant of the realities of history and why we had institut controls on corporations. "Social security is never going to help me so fuck the old and poor!" "I will be a fortune 100 CEO one day and don't think when I'm rich I should have to pay proportional taxes!" "Corporations are people with human rights who deserve both limited liability and the right to petition government" "Money is speech!" and on and fucking on. In my limited experience the more people bitch about free markets or taxes the less likely they are to have ever earned a living with a few notable exceptions.
If you despair for us just remember 50% of people are dumber than average they just used to die more often before we nerfed the world that's why REAL AMERICANS advocate releasing top level predators into the suburban environments.
Fuck the invisible hand too. Its bullshit; total unmitigated bullshit.
The Economist Has No Clothes
Unscientific assumptions in economic theory are undermining efforts to solve environmental problems
Mar 17, 2008 |By Robert Nadeau
ABOUT THE AUTHOR(S)
Robert Nadeau teaches environmental science and public policy at George Mason University. His most recently published book is The Environmental Endgame (Rutgers University Press, 2006)
My Nvidia laptop shit the bed I used a heat gun to reflow the solder but it died again. I also had a AMD 5770 that shipped shitty so both are 50% failure rate in recent machines ~10 years.
Double sided foam tape, wrapped in the aluminum foil so the edge goes a little way under the sticky side.
Who were the supreme court justices that passed it? Benefitting from a bad law or a loop hole is a economic certainty. Voted for crazy people has real word effects.
Why are you so fucking stupid?
risk = damage x likelihood.
What would the damage be if global climate change is right? Is there 0% chance that CO2 traps heat? Is there a 0% chance that methane traps heat? Id there a 0% chance that ocean acidification will effect us?
I really want to know if you are paid to be shill or you are actually as stupid as you seem.
The people you meet in college are similar to goodwill in accounting.
Insightful not funny. THis does not look like work of the NSA this looks like hack-a-day.
Where did the U.N. meme come from? Citizens United is more of a threat than the U.N. Did oyu copy and paste this drivel from ALEC?