But you can't argue with the fact that we haven't had a food crisis in the US in 70+ years - despite government intrusion. I see your economic literature and raise you historical record.
Frequently the bank forces the user to use exploitable means just to communicate with the bank.
IE6+ActiveX required, anyone?
If your bank requires you to use that steaming pile of fail, why haven't you left yet?
Wells Fargo used to throw up warnings when you used a browser they hadn't yet evaluated, but I think the rapid-release schedule taken by most browser vendors put a stop to that. Even then, it was just a warning...it didn't affect functionality.
you will not be able to view the content.
Sounds like a challenge!
(Not a very hard one, but a challenge nonetheless)
Dammit, I was going to go with "Popplers"
If you told me someone was selling draft beer supplies (or whatever this crap is), my first assumption would be that it was for bars and taverns, not for home use. Thanks for taking time to point out the obvious.
I take it you don't know any homebrewers, then. Kegging is a hell of a lot easier than bottling. That said, the usual insurance against a keg running out is...wait for it...having a second keg on tap. Cheap and low-tech.
I think "Russia is acting like it is 1934" is fairly accurate.
I live in the exurbs of a major Metro Area (Minneapolis/St Paul).
The *best* I can get is 20mbs, at exorbitant prices. The best normal price option is 10mbps, which was the very best possible residential until about last March.
So you're saying we should "give" everyone 10mbps because that's so horrible?
That, simply, is nonsense.
Thanks for spoiling my joke, such as it was.
There is no theoretical foundation for that proposition and no empirical evidence.
70+ years of success in the US is a hard measure to surpass theoretically. Not one food crisis since the Great Depression.
I'm sorry, but your economic arguments are really quite like the arguments creationists use.
Except that creationists can't point to a single success.
The proposition that markets stabilize prices, on the other hand, is something you can personally verify,
I would counter that you can personally verify that markets crash as well.
Blocky, pixellated sex, I imagine.
Kind of like the GIFs we downloaded from BBSes in the 1990s.
My safe word is "ZMODEM".
Spoken like someone who's never actually made money.
No, no Bono. You're confused.
"Music that cannot be pirated" != "Music that won't be pirated"*
*because it sucks donkey balls
Those foolish over-65s.
They voted reflexively, after reviewing trivial issues like:
- the SNP's assurances that Scotland would be a member of NATO and the EU were completely wrong (both the EU and NATO rebuffed the 'automatic membership' that the SNP was asserting they were entitled to)
- losing their currency (The British public was 2/3 against letting Scotland keep the pound. The Exchequer had said no, and most economists said the 'Sterling Union' proposed by the SNP was a stupid idea)
- The departure of most major Scottish business southward - hell, even the Royal BANK OF SCOTLAND was leaving if "Yes" won the vote...
- SNPs domestic agenda that pretty much amounted to a Socialist Utopia funded entirely on North Sea oil that they felt they would automagically inherit without contest (never mind revenues have been falling there for a decade or more)
Essentially the SNP's platform was "if everyone does what we say should happen, with the most optimistic interpretation of everything possible, nobody disagrees, and Britain pays for everything, it'll all be hunky-dory...probably" was an exercise in extended political farce that only had currency because Cameron (stupidly) gave it credibility.
Let's remember too that the referendum was NON-BINDING. There was promised a referendum, and then "we would act in the best interests of the Scottish people"....that's all.
Maybe - as has been abundantly proved in many other contexts - the 16-18s that got to vote were easily swayed by emotions, having not thought through the issues seriously and more likely the 65s just barely countered them?
FWIW, I think this would be a brilliant time to do as some conservative MP suggested and re-write the 1707 Act of Union to enfranchise each 'kingdom' within the UK equally, and no longer allow a bunch of whingers in Glasgow to play the tune.
I admire much about Scotland, but this referendum seemed to be playing to their stupid side.
There is a subset of audiophiles who also are dog people. Gotta keep your purebred happy, too - and that means supporting high frequency.
(Though as I make this joke, I find out that even dogs can only hear up to 60kHz...)