From my personal experience, it is the applications with GUI's that are painful at times to use, and this includes when the application has been running for quite some time so the JVM should have had plenty of time to make any/all optimizations.
Sorry, I was just making reference to my favorite quote from the movie Red by the actor John Malkovich that the parent comment reference.
Not sure actual numbers confirm your theory.
Prove to me that their non-search services are inferior. They might inferior to you, but they aren't inferior to me. Now do YOU see the problem? Oh, that is right, you view is obviously correct for ALL people.
Actually if you are into rum, the I would suggest you try the rums from Guyana. My personal favorite is El Dorado 12-year old.
You make it sound like they don't recoup any money which they do. The question is how much is fair.
Actually CVV values are located in the track data which only proves you either have a copy of the card or the original. The second "fix" was CVV2 values which are printed on the back of the cards. This was to prove the card is in the hands of the person, but if that number has been comprised (which is darn easy) then all bets are off.
As someone who worked for ABB in the control systems division, I would have to COMPLETELY agree on this one. The joke we had was that they have the arrogance of the Germans, but none of the technical abilities.
If it means anything, I am in agreement with how d-mn expensive it has become to watch the games live hence why I just don't go anymore.
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.