Fine, the car's battery/alternator would short, destroying the wiring. Just like an electric.
There's something called dielectric gel that works quite well on the marine battery's terminals to waterproof the connections (with some rubber covers). I suspect they work the same way with other battery-utilizing vehicles.
But I gave them no permission to log everything.
Who actually thinks this is a good idea, besides our filthy government?
By dropping the mail to USPS with the external address information you gave them explicit permission to use that external information. Once it is in their system there is nothing you can do to refuse that piece of information being used, at least for now. Unless a specific laws designate the limit of "how" such information should be used they are not part of the coverage of the 4th Amendment.
You are already depending on the ground controllers to keep the planes from slamming into one another. To say they have no "skin in the game" is only true if they are sociopaths. Most people would not recover from the mental anguish of killing hundreds of innocent people.
Pilots can refuse the instructions by the tower by announcing their inability of compliance. Ultimately the pilots have the final say on the plane, not the ground controller.
Unfortunately as it is, game console is increasing becoming a splurge. I agree I won't necessarily going out there to buy a console now. The priority to buy a game console is dropping steadily as the years goes on. I still play games here and there but Apple really knows where gaming is going: to the phones and tablets.
ummm, so you are just lazy? and should be rewarded for that!?
If I am a fleet manager I would not want to spend a lot of time negotiating per vehicle, or per order. Rather it is to all parties advantage to have a set fleet price and order at the negotiated price. And yes, the negotiation is between the car manufactures and the buyers. Dealers are just there to fulfill the orders.
My Humble prediction: By the end of this century, Bill Gates will be remembered as a Nobel Prize winning humanitarian while Steve Jobs will be relegated to the dustbin of douchebags
That might be true. But for many of us that might live until 3/4 of this century We will continue to write how much they respect one another. That should be enough to keep Steve's reputation as a tech genius and Bill as a prodigy turn hard-driving tech executive turn philanthropist. You can probably equate Bill and Steve's relationship to John Adams and Thomas Jefferson. Plenty of people after them will be intrigued by their personal relationship with one another.
Judge Otis Wright needs to write a book. And start a thinktank. And appear on the View. And the Daily Show. And 60 Minutes.
Better yet, we need him to remain as a federal court judge. He's pretty good at what he does. We need more good judges, not more of 15 min celebrity.
Prob not the most popular idea with the conservatives, but hey, someone has to decide we need to drive on the "right" side of the road instead of the left.