Well not the electron itself but as of last year we do have a picture of the orbit.
Sorry for being a pedant.
Troll seems a little harsh for this comment. I am a die hard Amazon Prime user but you will find that the identical item that ships without prime is often $3-4 cheaper before shipping and about the same with. The difference though is that Prime is 2 day and the alternative is UPS ground or worse. So no, it isn't free, it is premium shipping discounted but that hardly reads as well on the advert. It also doesn't scale with size. All Prime items ship at a flat rate where UPS ground has variables like weight, size and distance.
The discover card comment is a bit troll-ish but it is probably the least used of the 4 big names out there. However, because I am a cheapskate I know that people on deal websites love discover for the 5% cash back which I think is the best in the industry. Also Costco used to only accept Discover (now AMEX). I'm no shill, i don't even have a discover card.
When there are thousands of cars driving around all the time it will be impossible to tell which is a good car and which is a bad car. Sure, the police may know, but we won't. Hell, even the police may not be able to tell the difference.
Imagine a few hundred cars filled with explosives driving from a mile away from the Super Bowl. How are you going to stop them in the short time it would take for them to get to the stadium?
Get my point?
I love technology as much as anyone here
But you love ludditism more.
I was about to type that up myself. Thanks for saving me the trouble.
I know when i think of powerful lyrics, my first thoughts go to "Bring Your Daughter... to the Slaughter"
Bite the pillow, make no sound
If there's some living to be done
Before your life becomes your tomb
You'd better know I'm the one
Unchain your back door, invite me around
That is some quality writing right there
It was a different time. Kids today have advantages we would have killed for, sure, but they also face different problems. Parents also face dramatically different social and legal pressures.
Don't go running around with your reasonable and rational arguments. We'll have none of that here on
In 2000 I used an Amazon service known as Greenlight.com that was supposed to provide you with a no haggle car buying experience. I had just graduated from college, got married and wanted my first "real" car (at the time that real car was to be a VW Passat). I had never bought a car from a dealership before and the idea of no haggle had a lot of appeal. My experience was a total disaster. I picked our my car, color, options and they connected me with a local dealer that had the vehicle in stock. The model and trim I wanted was popular at the time so inventory was low and the local dealer wanted an additional $500 over the pre-negotiated price. I told them to get bent. $500 over the life of a car loan isn't much but it was the principal of the matter. I got real noisy with Amazon regarding their no-haggle "guarantee." I was blown off but vindicated a few months later when the service was killed. Here's to a better go at it this time. I'm saving my pennies for a Tesla. Amazon also had a state in Kozmo at the time, I hear that is coming back as well.