I also forgot to mention I'm in favour of sending everyone without a sense of hyperbole to death camps.
It has been proven to work in all civilised countries on this planet. The US is the one that pays twice as much per capita for health care costs while not covering the entire population in one pool and having the highest number of health care cost related bankruptcies.
Seriously dude, get your 'facts' from somewhere else than the right-wing echo chamber, will you? This just makes you look stupid.
These days, I'm more and more leaning towards the idea that the only valid idea is to smash those Google glasses. Preferably while the owner is still wearing them.
our brains are hardwired to seek high calorie foods
"It's not my fault I'm an obese pig. It has nothing to do with all the food and snacks I stuff into my fat gizzard, it's the way my brain is wired, honest!"
X is obsolete
X is mature. That's not the same thing, young grasshopper
As for modern hardware? It works just fine as long as it has supported drivers, and Wayland & co have exactly the same prerequisite.
Plastic has one advantage over paper: it's easier to make airtight.
For my own use, when making deserts, I bought a large box of disposable clamshell bowls. They close airtight and keep things like chocolate mousse fresh for several days. And the kicker? They're made from PLA, so they biodegrade.
Wait, what, Clang now supports other languages than C-derivatives, like Ada and Fortran?
If that constitutes fiction in your universe, no wonder you want to remain an anonymous Heinlein fanboi.
If only Citizens get to vote, what effective rights do non-Citizens have? That's right, none, they only have whatever they have at the sufferance of the Citizens.
Apparently your free-market solution to education was deficient, I'd ask for my money back.
Do note that very specific word in my little 'rant': "only". Since you ignored that, you're either setting up a straw man, or your stupid.
Stupid or dishonest, a fine summary of the modern conservative.
What saddens me is not that they refused because they want to stay in control of their own company and product, but because they're holding out for a higher offer.
Apparently that's the only reason you'd need to run a company: get noticed for a buyout.
It's stunning how often modern conservatives try to hide their moral bankruptcy behind a tu quoque fallacy.
Right. Trust a libertard to call a book 'libertarian' where a main plot point is that rights come from service to the State.
I am quite surprised at so many self-declared intelligent people who seem to be unable to distinguish between "Starship Troopers depicts a fascist society" and "Robert Heinlein was a fascist".
I think he got it quite well. The basic premise is that the only citizens who deserve any rights are those who serve the State, preferably the military, but serve the State nonetheless.
There is a name for a political system like that, and we know it doesn't come without downsides like massive bloodshed.
Neither government nor private companies have a monopoly on stupid.
Burn the heretic!