Or glue two regular mice together and break one button.
Nuke the doomsday clock!
Where are the "Functional Science" awards? You gotta have Paradigm Envy, no?
And how about the Procedural Awards, and the Goto Awards? I hear the Goto team racks up a lot of air-fare.
Do we want to stoop that low with language spin?
Re: "object-oriented computer science" -- Where is the "science"? Where are the theories, the metrics, and the independent repeats to verify?
Those chips will use up all the parallel universes, and then I'll never get laid, anywhere, you insensitive clod!
You just don't "get" Jar Jar. The Force channels power through his clumsiness. His "accidents" are guided and/or re-shaped by The Force. It's not like Scooby Doo's F-ups where shear luck catches the bad guy; Jar Jar is divinely-guided chaos.
It's mutation-based evolution cross-bred with Intelligent Design (Catholic model?) It's a contrast to The Force channeled through skill, planning, and discipline of the other characters. He's a rare character pattern in film.
Maybe he gives hope to those of us sorely lacking Jedi qualities?
If the Disney versions sell tickets, they will conclude they made the right choice. If they flop, then they'll probably return to Lucas's stories. As much as fans complain about Lucas's past plots, they still pay to watch. Fans like complaining; it means they are engaged and care. Talking about 100 ways to kill Jar Jar creates a common bond.
Maybe they would if it were not illegal or awkward to present it that way. Further, it's also difficult to control the make-up of your staff over the medium term: they come and go. A consulting co. will typically give quotes for an average staff make-up, not what it is at the moment. As long as it averages out to profits over the medium term, a co. will live with short-term productivity bumps and dips.
My all-time favorite Hubble pic: http://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap03...
No, don't die, we need more competition from residential telecoms. It's better to have 3 stooges to select from than 2. The alternatives are also dicks.
It's like Microsoft or Comcast products: they can never be up running and be reliable at the same time.
Simple. An employee who has fewer practical choices once employed at a given co. is easier to take advantage of.
but plutocrats pay top dollar for politicians.