So are http://www.canadians.ca/ these people.
I never said LISP was not general purpose; skimming much?
I only said that once one has learned a certain number of general purpose languages, adding another isn't very exciting. Another in this case would be LISP.
Quoting irrelevancies doesn't make you right.
In a huge universe, anything's possible
Right, because detecting paperbags and small animals are the only things a self driving car needs to be aware of. Certainly not objects like street signs, lane markings, people or rusted off car parts.
That isn't how a contract works. You don't dictate what I offer.
I say what I am willing to offer for what price and you can either accept it or try to negociate it.
But you can't dictate what I am offering or the price beyond simply refusing to sign/buy... which then puts me in the position of either compromising or abandoning the deal altogether.
That is how contracts work.
You don't like the choices being offered?
What does that even mean?
If I had gasoline to sell for 3 dollars. Would you say "I don't like the choices I'm being given, reduce the price to 50 cents." Obviously I'm not going to do that because it isn't sustainable. So I'll reject that offer.
It seems like you're implying that you have a right to force me to offer given contracts or forbid me from offering certain deals.
You do not have that right. Oh, you can get a man with a gun to force me to stop. But that doesn't make you right... it just makes you a violent thug.
Now maybe I'm misunderstanding your position here... but it does seem like you're suggesting that you have a right to dictate the terms of private contracts.
Why are so many so willing to interfere with the free choice of consenting adults?
From those that feel they have a right to tell homosexuals they can't have relationships with each other. To those that feel they have a right to tell people what drugs they can and cannot take. To people like you that seem to think they're protecting people by taking away their choices and involving the government in every aspect of our private lives.
We don't need your interference. You neither care nor understand enough about every person's situation to deserve to have that kind of influence.
Leave us alone.
Actually... at best the number is unknown which is what the critics of the statistics have said.
That said... we do have some information on it and there does seem to be significant rejection.
You are throwing that "liar" word around a lot today and still haven't had the courage to reply to my post where I took you to task for it.
I didn't reply to that comment because it was fucking stupid. You should know where. And if you don't, what's the point of even continuing? I won't change your mind.
I'll leave it to your imagination as to what that shows about you and what your parents would think of you.
It shows that at that moment, I didn't want to waste my time with more of your bullshit. And one of my parents is dead and I don't talk to the other one, and good riddance on both counts.
Why Android can't just give me root by default, I don't understand. It's MY device, why can't I be the one who decides if I can have root?
There are security implications for both unlocking and rooting. It's best that they default off.
but there are several things on the side that are neither red nor blue issues but that most of the country does get behind.
Not that I doubt that there are some neutral issues, but I frankly can't think of any off the top of my head....
Medical insurance isn't really that different: Most of the time, you pay in more than you pay out. That's to offset your expenses when you discover that you have leukemia (as a generally pretty healthy friend of mine did just last Sunday). Or do you really think you have the cash on hand to just pay a $450,000 hospital bill?
Of course, the plan he described would require you to pay (assuming costs were all in one year) ~$183000 for that leukemia treatment. Not really better from the point of view of the guy who can only afford a bronze plan in the first place.
"Absorbed by the ocean" happens at a pretty rapid clip.
Been keeping an eye on oceanic acidity? Noted the dissolving starfish? The ocean may well continue to absorb the CO2, but it's not a good thing.
Why are you so mad when I state the truth that the guy was a jerk for adding conditions after an agreement?
Because you're a liar, because that is not what happened. One last time, then I'm done with you forever. He agreed to send the stuff back, he did not agree to pay for it. When he contacted them for shipping instructions, they failed to provide them. He did not add any conditions. They failed to live up to their end of the transaction. You are lying. Stop lying. It only makes you a liar.
I offered several facts.
At least one of your facts (the 70% boycott) was completely wrong at best, or an outright lie. Now you want to follow that up with insults as if they were relevant. Put up or fuck off.
Maybe you missed that President Obama recently decreed that insurance policies didn't have to be cancelled, that enforcement would be pushed out?
The federal policies allow for that. If states shit on their citizens, that's not the federal government's fault.
regulators in at least a half dozen states, including Indiana, say they wonâ(TM)t allow insurers to do it and many more have yet to decide
See? Your citation shows that it's the states, not the federal government, which are actually causing this problem. You included the antidote to your bullshit in your own citation! Slashdotfail.