I've failed my class C driving test 4 times because I lack stereo depth perception & autism & I can tell you this isn't your problem; the problem is after you pass that test you ONLY have to take once every like 15 years or whatever, you un-learn like 2/3 of whatever you may have been lucky enough to learn if you've had Drivers Ed before.
Until that key moment when the Royal American Federation prohibits manual control that you'd actually lose your freedom, & that's not due for another 50 years. Besides, road deaths account for 1/50 of all deaths; we COULD undo that cause of death almost entirely, but no, let's just let them die because people might end up too stupid to know how to turn the governor off & then can't play IRL Mario Kart.
You're thinking about taxes with an overly-conservative mindset; Think about it like a game, much like an RPG, where the more you play or more strategically you play, the richer you get, or the more you 'level up'. The more you level up, the harder the game gets but ONLY from a relative standpoint; the game to you appears to have the same difficulty as before, but at the same time you have access to goods & services you didn't before. Having a static tax rate means the ones that are good can too easily game the whole system, so you have to have a dynamic tax rate set on an upwards curve, with bonus points ("tax breaks") awarded to those who behave in a way that proactively stimulates the national economy. This isn't anything new; this has been going on since the ruling class learned how to tax. The controversy therefore lies not in how people are taxed, but how & at what level that curve is applied. Of course, it also couldn't hurt to have a more realistic national defense strategy instead of one where we pump EVERYONE'S money into a 'war on terror'.
The problem is having synthetic plastics replacing all rubber fittings, o-rings, hoses & gaskets in non-'Bio'/'flex'-fuel cars. This is a common trend for pretty much all biofuels. While the prospect of a gasoline-compatible biofuel with the energy density of standard petrol is promising, it makes more sense to buy a bio-ready diesel vehicle & make B80 a thing. Plus, in countries where industrial hemp is a thing, it could even be sustainable up until we fix the energy density / charge time problem w/ existing electricity storage solutions.
Now you've got it, comrade!
That's not funny my brother died that way
We aren't TRYING to be a class-segregated society.
You're assuming every single cloud-storage-as-a-service...service uploads differences as opposed to wiping & rewriting the whole thing. If you're gonna treat each service as a volume at least have multiple blocks to hack your way around that. But yeah, I remember as far back as right after GMail launching, some hackers RAIDed multiple GMail accounts together for unlimited storage. I wouldn't know if you'd find public info on this as I've personally never had a need for more than modest storage.
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I would totally risk sexual traumatization at the age of 5 if it meant a free 3DS. I swear I'm going through like Miyamoto withdraw or something ever since I accidentally my Wii's firmware before Super Mario Galaxy 2 came out.
An anonymous reader writes "Contiki, the open source operating system for the Internet of Things, just got a regression test framework ported over from Thingsquare Mist that allows the Contiki developers to test the entire system on 9 platforms, 4 CPU architectures, and 1021 network nodes, for every new commit."
NOW how am I supposed to get my opinionated yellowed news!?
Everyone switched to ext4 years ago. Before that, I used ReiserFS, but then, you know....
$100 for 10 movies, or $10 for a VPN for 100 movies?
Why microsoft never put something in the volume licensing agreement like the ability to give users a one-click option that removes all the bloatware whenever they want.