I think that's the vendor which provided the costumes and props for the original "Wizard of Oz" film.
I have the attention span of a housefly. I had heard and already forgotten about two of them.
(I know, but whenever I see 'black and white' in a ST context, I reflexively go to Frank Gorshin.)
Historically, that is correct, but the term is still in use, and its meaning has shifted. To whit (sp?):
"B movie noun
: a movie that costs little money to make and that is usually not considered to be very good"
He's probably one of those stupid hackers that will be so scared about dropping the soap that he refuses to take the shower.
C'mon, it's just as likely that he's too fat to bend down that far if he drops the soap.
Maybe call the timelines with names appropriate for them, or at least non-racist terms. I'd hate for them to settle on something as stupid as "Star Trek White" and "Star Trek Black".
Wait, are you asking for a grim and gritty reboot of "Let That Be Your Last Battlefield"?
Wesley Crusher was the best character ever seen on television.
I thought you usually used your "CleverNickName" account?
Who are the others this time around?
And how is Keith Richards still alive again? Pre-embalming?
there never were natives in England.
Everyone who can trace their ancestry back far enough will find Eastern European roots.
(I only have to go back to 1822 and I'm looking at Polack, French, Spanish, German, Greek, black West African and Scandinavian).
Don't be a shithead. Go back far enough, and only Africa has 'natives'.
If they dont have evidence they dont know they are criminals.
Your lips (keys) to God's ears.
Your repetitive "developed vs 3rd" world red herring is tiresome.
We're talking about future developments that will apply everywhere.
You certainly could get to a point where it's just too much of a bother to even keep track of a low-achieving human employee vs. having a robot do it. Those people could essentially become unemployable. Some people could be encouraged to try harder to achieve, but in many cases you can't get blood out of a turnip. Every year the percentage of people who fail to make the grade could increase as robots gain capabilities.
I'm sure your fine with that because they're receiving what they're worth. But if it's not handled correctly, these hoards of "useless" people could end up stepping out of your little free market box, turning into angry mobs and burning everything down.
If the demand for productive labor can be filled by more robots, the value of human labor can still stay at zero.
What "actual issue"? I just soundly disproved everything you stated.
There must be some kind of vague concept in your head that you can't seem to actually express, but you're just sure that I "don't get it".