The California Public Utilities Commission is setting guidelines making ride-sharing legal. http://news.cnet.com/8301-1023_3-57596259-93/uber-lyft-and-sidecar-get-tentative-green-light-in-calif/
"Human males and females have a strong tendency to live together in monogamous pairs" 
I mean who would they execute in the company? CEO? COO? Every culpable person? That could easily be dozens and dozens of people, if not more.
And it's RIGHT BEHIND YOU!
Internships are usually in the summer, when school's not in session. What are you supposed to do if there are no relevant internships near you, and you've been accepted to one that's too far away to commute?
That's so true. Meanwhile, the less well-off are working regular jobs every summer to pay for school, and reducing their chances of success in their field. Pretty damn hard to get a decent job now without an internship in your history.
One can only hope.
I really hope you're wrong. Not necessarily optimistic, but still holding out some hope.
Exactly what it brought to mind, for me as well. I wasn't even aware of the other usage for the term.
I was thinking that with the noise cancellation features, an autistic person could cancel out other stimulus to focus on a conversation with one person at a time.
I'm no expert, so correct me if I'm wrong: Isn't autism essentially a constant, overwhelming sensory overload? This seems like it could help.
They disperse LSD as a fine mist into the theater and then you start smelling the colors on the screen.
LSD takes 90 minutes to kick in. I realize it was a joke, but... still.
There was an electronics store that really did something like that. Think it was Best Buy. They'd show customers the prices of certain products on their websites, only it would be a different version of the site with higher prices. All to convince the customer to buy the product in-store instead. Wasn't on a mobile phone, it was on their store computers. Still, pretty similar.
Hahaha. Hoping that was a joke, because otherwise that's the most ignorant thing I've read today. And I was just on Huffington Post.
Exactly. Especially with smartphone features like the Amazon.com app, where you can scan a UPC or take a picture of a product, and it shows you Amazon's (almost definitely lower) price for the same product.