OTOH, we're getting a lot fewer Tesla and Bitcoin ads^w stories.
Actually, first they came for John Connor's mother.
For a suitably time-loopy definition of "first"...
Pedestrians have the RoW where I currently live, and I think it's an insane policy. One person screws up, the other suffers. Where automobiles have the RoW, it's the person who screws up that suffers.
FWIW, I knew there was going to be trouble as soon as they stuck a flag on the ruins of the WTC.
What business success?
IBM did, however, manufacture M1 Carbine rifles for the US during WWII.
Sounds odd, though I suppose carbines could be considered to be a type of "international business machine".
One hypothesis is that a lot of the candidates are just running to drive up their speaker fees and the demand for them to speak.
"small government" is just a b.s. mantra to support reduced taxes and regulations. Its proponents generally advocate a big, intrusive government, so long as the haves can have and do whatever they want.
I suspect that sometime between election day and inauguration day a small committee sits down with the president elect and explains to them that they will be allowed use the turn signal and the horn, but not the steering wheel or the pedals.
Work expands to fill the time available. -- Cyril Northcote Parkinson, "The Economist", 1955