Then it should be noted that people who believe in string theory are irrational since it can't be proven.
So let me get the story straight: the EU forced people to upgrade (which cost big buck and I am certain all those costs were passed to the customers), and then you seem to acknowledge that it really didn't accomplish much. So, what was the goal of the exercise? Am I missing something?
I thought I was the only one that laughed at that one.
Exactly...what a load of crap. It has gotten real hard to find employers that are willing to cultivate people from within these days which is a real shame.
There are several reasons why I would opt-out. First off, I could get a far better return if I had a professional invest that money. Second, I am not adding to a fund that Congress can "borrow from" whenever they want. Third, I abhor the idea that I am just adding to the massive atrocity called the Federal Government.
What really irritates me is that the monster has gotten to the point where it just can't go away because such a large percentage of our population has gotten so damn lazy that they now plan on relying on Social Security for their income during retirement.
Regarding the mortgage assertion....NOBODY FORCED YOU TO SIGN THE PAPERS!!!!!!!! When you sign up for debt, you pay it or pay the consequences.
Boy do I wish I could lump all of my mod points onto this comment.
If that is how you would have to operate...guess what...you can't afford to buy them show you should not be participating in the auction. See how easy that is.
If I had to bet, I would think the MMU will have a very different behavior so that alone might cause a drastic change that would necessitate a "new" OS.
I wish I could pile up all my points onto your statement because it is SOOOOO true. I love the "architects" that just jump right into coding without even taking a moment to understand the problem domain.
So let me get this straight...to not have corruption you need to have a big government... WOW.
The author might want to walk into an ATT store these days. I was off-contract and wanted a new phone. Guess what, I bought my phone and I am still off contract meaning I can leave at any time because they didn't tie my phone purchase with my contract.
This is exactly what I was thinking. I see the potential here because if devs/engineers at a company pick this then they will more than likely push back any fixes/enhancements to the project.
I really wish I had some mod points because you are spot on.
Well, I would suggest that you actually own and run your own company for a period of time to just find out. Here, I will give you one example: say you need to pay your employees but you don't have the cash on hand. Guess what, like many companies, you take a loan out for a short period until your cash flow balances out from your receivables finally arriving.
Ah but when company A purchases that piece of hardware from company B, it is company B that is providing the device driver to company A. Now remember that company B is also selling that piece of hardware to other companies for many times different applications so company B just provides drivers for the broadest environment and guess what that is. At this point company A has a choice, do they devote resources to develop their own driver for their own special sauce OS (and please remember they will have to maintain that for the life of the product) or do you just go with the OS that the overall majority of your devices support natively. The numbers make it pretty darn easy sometimes.