That's like blaming the phone network for telemarketers.
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Move Tesla to Canada. The rules of NAFTA trump this local dealer baloney.
The single-minded focus on the (tar sands) economy has demonstrated that the current Canadian Government has lost touch with what's important to the Canadian people.
I remember in the 70s hearing about the DEA spraying paraquat on fields of weed found in Hawaii as a "tainting" scare tactic. I wonder if there's a connection there too.
It's BELL MOBILITY, not BELL INTERNET.
Yeah, back then I was running a BBS with a C-64, and fiddling around with and Amiga and an Atari-ST. Going into CS meant working on a VT-100 terminal on some mainframe. It seems like a big step backwards, so I never bothered.
The cars are 300 feet long. That's a lot of barf. (I live in Toronto and have never experienced this). I like these new trains. They're great!
I'm Canadian, while the medical system here is not perfect, not having "decent" health insurance is not a life or death or bankruptcy situation. The whole anti-Oamacare movement is baffling to most of us up here.
BYW: CIOs don't buys ads, marketing people do.
Fortunately THE TRUTH is a pretty damn good defense for this type of lawsuit.
Arduino is a good start. The Arduino robot kit is a a better one.
You can see any surface feature "from space" including the licence plate on my car with the right equipment. I'm so sick of people throwing around this meaningless term.
The firm that created this should be shamed (or hacked) out of existence.
...net energy gain -200%