You mean ground drones?
"I can smell you" - Morgan Freeman
My 15 years of professional employment at 4 companies has been much different than yours.
just answer the questions like you're talking to another human, because you are.
You're too elitist if you think someone's question is stupid. Not all people are geniuses, and most employees aren't trained in interviewing.
Plus the question might be weird on purpose to see how you react. Don't be an ass.
That was true before the study.
After some of these responses I was about to decide never to post on the internet again. Can people really not get that I'm joking? See... dead people can't commit crimes! Ugh.
Then I just saw "Score 5: Funny". (sigh of relief) Thank you. My faith is restored. sheesh!
Well ok Mr. Dictionary... as long as you agree that I would think twice AFTER I was executed. WTF???
Well, I can only speak for myself. If I were executed for a crime, I would definitely think twice before committing that crime again. It's just not worth it.
On the contrary. Dead people are less likely to commit crimes.
It's not "extra" electricity, it's the amount of electricity you agreed to pay for by signing up for Comcast's services.
They are not forcing you to use their service.
You should have at least given a link:
My company took away the free soda. Work continued and it was not a big deal. Why would anyone expect for a company to pay for their groceries anyway? Technically, if the logistics were realistic, I'd have no problem paying for my toilet paper. Paying for what I use makes sense to me.
It seems like all the comments here are skeptical or negative.
I've never owned an XBox, and I'm not a Microsoft fanboy, though I do own several Windows PC, but this sure sounds like an awesome piece of engineering.
Nice job Microsoft?
Why do you think he's taking them?
when I was in school, one day in English class we were handed a sheet of paper to write or draw anything we wanted to be sent up to orbit in a space time capsule. I thought it seemed like a bad idea to put things in orbit that don't need to be there, so I drew a picture of Earth with a bunch of garbage cans, garbage bags, and debris floating around it. I wish I could see that picture I drew. Google helped me determine the program was called SpaceArc and the messages were carried to orbit on tape in the DirecTV 2 satellite in 1994. But I wish the contents of the tape were available for viewing online.