A battle tested bad design that has dominated for two decades. Yeah.
How are all of the mining rigs actually backing bitcoins?
>> The scary bit is that if someone can invalidate the FBI's wallet, they can invalidate yours just as easily.
Translation: bitcoins are worthless if they can be invalidated by third parties.
If so that would make all bitcoins worthless I would think.
If Brazilians want to keep using an American service, then I guess that is their problem.
Nobody is forcing them to use gmail and yahoo.... and what makes them think Google would comply? What makes them think that NSA wouldn't just hack the servers on their soil?
...just that be play by the rules.
That is basically true.
>> I have the skills and the aptitude to absorb and adapt to any new situations and languages way beyond what any of my college age brethren might have...
He admits he doesn't have the required experience in many cases (but claims he could learn fast). Why pay 3x more for someone to come up to speed?
Could be either that is the problem.
Also I take exception to this statement: "I have the skills and the aptitude to absorb and adapt to any new situations and languages way beyond what any of my college age brethren might have."
Really? Prove it. I am in my mid 40's and am pretty good at my job... but I have met more than a few very sharp youngsters in recent years. While I agree that you and I have risen far above the average new graduate (we wouldn't have lasted if we weren't good) that does not mean there aren't young geniuses out there that put us to shame. But I guess that since they don't know Pascal or (insert worthless/obsolete skill set here) they are worthless.
I just tossed one in the fireplace t see what would happen, and I was underwhelmed.
Well, there's always bacon.
NSA wasn't formed until 1952.
Indeed. So much so that I switched to mathematics in my senior year (well, that plus I had basically already completed the math requirements and I had terminal Senioritis).
(Actually I switched to Math in my senior year).
Organic Chemistry was a breeze compared to Physical Chemistry. Just my opinion.
Because after being subject to such a curriculum they will be beggars?
Well, according to the illustration, the cup is full of milk... which lends credence to your theory.