I do - take a hint from movie and music studios. Release your movies or music with all kinds of restrictive licenses, then surreptitiously hand them over to some other guy without your name on it to release it to the internet. When asked, say you got hacked and had nothing to do with it. Plausible deniability for everyone!
"And if you've got medical problems or any chance of getting pregnant"... so basically what you're saying is, you only hire guys (or women over 40)? That *seriously* doesn't sound legal.
Yes, it is. Specifically, it's $109 more than it's worth.
Because you totally can't force a car being driven by a human in a direction you want just by having cars on either side of it and driving them close to your target. Oh wait, yes you totally can. At least this would be safer - a prankster pulling that sort of thing on a human-driven car would probably have a better-than-even chance of causing a car accident.
Interestingly enough, according to canon this actually wasn't true. The Star Wars canon actually provides my favorite (fictional) example of an engineer who completely failed to consider what the project they were working on would be used for. There was a whole super-top-secret space lab, where a bunch of engineers worked on weapons of unimaginably massive destruction such as the Death Star... while being fed bull about how they'd be used for good (I recall the Death Star specifically was supposed to be used for mining. I totally don't remember what the Sun Crusher was supposedly going to be used for, but it was something hilariously *unlike* "destroy whole inhabited solar systems", I'm sure.)
Moderately off-topic, but I always thought that was one of the most brilliant pieces of Expanded Universe writing.
"Donate" 5 dollars and they'll send you a bumper sticker. "Donate" 15 dollars and they'll send you a tshirt.
"Donate" 30,000 dollars and they'll send you a car.
Oracle is to blame for *everything*. I also blame them for global warming, rising unemployment, and the fact that I was 2 minutes late to work today because of traffic. Oracle sucks!
Because you don't need one. This year or ever.
I went to buy a car a few years ago. I had a choice between regular, gas-consuming cards for ~18 grand new, or hybrids, for about 10 grand more. That is just not worth it!
Though, I also wouldn't buy an *all* electric car, anyway, until electric cars were as ubiquitous as gas cars, and it was just as quick and easy to recharge your electric car at a stop on the side of the road while driving hundreds of miles, as it is to stop at a gas station now. This might happen eventually, but it certainly isn't true now. A hybrid, though, I would totally love to have, if it weren't way crazy expensive.
That's retarded. The disaster was a thing. Events are things. Events do things. That's not anthropomorphism, that's how the English language works. "The reaction released 10 Joules". "The car crash caused a 5 car pile-up". "The meteor strike leveled a city". "The oil disaster released oil into the Gulf". I don't see anything even slightly awkward about any of those.
Like balls it won't, just go to oldversion.com or any of the other various sites like that. I love that site.
(I still use winamp, it's a great audio player. I'm pretty sure I'm still on the latest version 2 release, cause why shouldn't I be? It did everything I could want it to, and it did it well.)
A number of years I actually came across a great, similar parody titled "The Engineer" song, particularly amusing in that the chorus was, "I'm an engineer and I'm ok / I work all night and I sleep all day". Totally can't find that one now, sadly.
And yeah, yours doesn't even come *close* to scanning properly.
* If I realize that it's been months and I've never actually used it
* If I thought it would do something useful, I tried it, and I realized it didn't
** Or if I got it thinking it would even work at all, tried it, and it didn't. That's totally a thing.
** Or if I got it and it didn't crash all the time then, but it does now.
** Or if when I got it, it didn't constantly bug me, but after an update, now it does.
* If I downloaded several apps to do something, then picked the best one and this wasn't it
* If at the time it *was* the best app to do something, but then later someone made a better one
* If, as mentioned, I got it for a particular trip, and that trip has now passed. Or I got it for a particular event, and the event is over.
One problem: you are required by law to have insurance - except in some states, where you're required by law to either have insurance or prove that you have and keep a buttload of cash, some dozens of thousands of dollars, in the bank. Most people aren't going to like that option very much, even if it were available in their state.