Steve Jobs led Apple through the right path, but that's far from saying that he's created all Apple's successful products single-handledly.
Anyway, what's the reason why we'd need an invariable "SI second" if nobody would use it?
Revenue != profit.
Ooops you're right, sorry for the bullshitting comment!
IMHO, that price is a bargain!
Here in Spain the government is spending million of euros in the high speed train (here it's called AVE, Alta Velocidad Española). Meanwhile, cargo transportation is virtually unavailable for companies, so the only option left is shipping all the stuff by road. Roads that, by the way, should be strongly improved if the government was not spending all the money in AVE. But hey, when the elections arrive is really cool to say they have made hundreds of kilometers of new high speed trains. After all, voters rarely give a shit about freight transportation.
French, which is Morocco's unofficial second language, is taught universally and serves as Morocco's primary language of commerce and economics. It also is widely used in education and government.
So at least, they seem to know the alphabet.
The "answer" they gave was basically a, "You can't ask questions, decide for yourself" cheesy sort of answer.
The answer they actually gave: "every answer will lead to another question". That's how they excuse themselves.
There is nothing wrong with our political system, the problem is the way it is being used/abused
If a political system can be *that* abused, then there's definitely something wrong with it.