Bah! Medicaid, not Medicare. Sorry
A lot of ACA spending would be on the medicare expansion, so doctors, hospitals, nurses, medicine,
Romneycare also had very low enrollment until just before the deadline. I don't think you can conclude that 44 people will sign up via the website before the end of the year.
Also, $300,000,000 is obviously an inflated number that probably includes all funds spent in the state on the ACA.
The market price of the stock affects the company's ability to raise money through additional issues. This affects their ability to take out loans/sell bonds.
In your response about Plain TeX you ignore that Word has these exact same problems. But it avoids some by not optimizing justification over multiple lines but taking a sub-optimal single-line solutions. You could implement your own non-Plain TeX that did just that, there is no reason you need to use Plain TeX. But you have to realized that WYSIWYG editors do a lot of greedy things to get the current page to display properly and working it out with other pages in the background.
You could also simply force a single page of infinite length for normal editing and then switch back to spec pages in a separate (slower) mode.
Long half-life products have too slow a decay rate to worry about
While I agree that France has done well to follow approximately this mix in their fuel cycle, it isn't a panacea. you always end up with a nasty mix of the long lived stuff at the end that is too hot to declare not a problem and not readily converted via the process you describe.
Cosmic rays are from the cosmos, not from this galaxy. There is no reason to believe they aren't pretty much constant.
If Windows was half as bad as some believe, the world would have come to a crashing halt by now.
By that logic, I could conclude that Win95 was really great software.
whoosh on you too.
Starting in 2014 in the US, this will be the law of the land--companies will have to insure anyone, regardless of existing conditions. It is also the law in MA right now.
For the Apple products I use I can't remember the last time I had to search the web to figure something out... two instances come to mind: command-tilde was a tip from Woz, and somebody on
Coming from that world, I don't really think to search the web when I have a problem like this, I just assume that the OS is broken.
I've found quite the opposite. The support is pretty good and I've never run into something where the instructions were too long to deal with. Contrast with Ubuntu where I had to spend hours and hours getting the most basic things to work and then a stable update would break something. Admittedly, this was on piece of shit eee pc hardware, probably would have been easier on the Apple hardware.
Removing Front Row seems more like reducing iOS-ification than increasing it.
A jail wouldn't have Premier in it. And no way will there be a MBP released without thunderbolt until they come up with the next connector.
OK, here goes:
- Try to close MS lync. It even thumbs it's nose at you as you attempt to do so, "I'm not closing". Yes, it is possible, but the behavior of clicking on the close box is not consistent with other close box buttons--bas OS design.
- In outlook, search for email. When you do so you get the box you were typing in with a button labeled, "X". click on the box and you are no longer searching on the terms in that box. You also get a few default fields to search in, "to", "from", etc.. there is also a button labeled, "X" next to those boxes. Click on those boxes and the field is forever removed from the search function. Well, that is until you click some other dialog that is completely mislabeled above.
- Sometimes it is impossible to get an application to show its two windows, only one can be active at a time. I also have no idea how to cycle through the windows of an application.
- The start menu recently stopped showing one of the applications that I use most often, both in the default start menu and under "all programs." I have to search for it to use it from start now.
- Every time I take my computer home all the applications loose their connection to the server and get all concerned that they can't see those files anymore (they are deleted I'm told). If it waited for 30 seconds for the VPN to connect, the file would be there. Then, when it does connect it won't let me overwrite the file which shouldn't be locked anymore.
I could go on.