... that sociopaths should all receive markedly reduced sentences if found guilty of crimes?
I guess the idiots that marked this flamebait never read the MSDS on Acetone.
In Soviet Russia, your pick takes YOU!
No, but it's the only ISP here, as it is many other places. I was sarcastically pointing out that fiber providers won't drive copper providers to provide better service because in many parts of the country they're the same company.
I once knew a person like you, a most entitled little piece of shit who never did anything for anyone ever. And he couldn't figure why he couldn't hang on to a good job. Because NOBODY liked him, so at the first opportunity he got fired not because of cost cutting but simply because nobody wanted his odious ass around.
Enjoy your dead end life.
Meanwhile, I'm hoping Google Fiber, FIOS, and other fast optical options scare more ISPs into action along both price and speed axes.
Why would FIOS scare Verizon DSL into action?
Or maybe in this case, just hook the alternator output to a transformer feeding the house...
Yes it is.
We have alternatives. Those alternatives won't mix with the base system like oil+water because our system is modular.
My guess, take 10 high school students who enrolled in shop, and 10 PhD grads, give them each a month of training -- and you'll find a bias towards the high school students being pretty good, and the PhD grads being terrifying. I'm not saying ALL PhD grads, but I'm saying enough to be statistically significant.
Future headline: "Study Conducted by PhDs Concludes that PhDs are Awesome at Everything and High School Shop Students Suck"
It would have to be a pretty poor diet to not include meat, dairy, cereals, or vegetables.
But when foods are highly processes, then those vitamins are greatly degraded or lost period.
With so many people eating highly processed, fast food for so many meals, it is easy to see why even educated, non-poor folks in the US have such health problems, are obese and often have accompanying vitamin/mineral deficiencies.
Lets contrast the two issues.
One is blatant unconstitutional totalitarianism, and proof of acts of outright treason by scores of public servants (including the Commander-in-Chief!).
The other is additional regulation that makes an already-fucked-up-by-regulation industry a little more fucked up, a tax increase, and an incompetent IT project deployment (whoop-de-fucking-do).
It is blatantly obvious which issue every patriotic American (or indeed, every less-than-treasonous-himself American -- there is no 'no true Scotsman' fallacy happening here) should be more concerned about!
I'm sorry, you think it is a criminal act for a radio talk show host not to talk about what you want him to talk about and express only your opinions, and you are calling THEM "totalitarian assholes"?
I think the extent of their dereliction of their journalistic duty is so huge as to be figuratively criminal.