In addition... small or local car dealerships should not complain about Tesla for killing their business model. They should look to those car mega-dealers that completely shit on their customerbase in order to make a dollar. No wonder so many people despise all car dealerships.
If a car maker would sell regular cars the way Tesla does, why couldn't they compete in a major way and dominate the younger generation demographic?
I suppose the barrier here is all the big auto makers are so set in their ways with and entrenched in regulatory capture that there is no incentive for them to change to a new "model".
Tea Party would have a field day with a title like that.
So that is where all that toilet paper comes from on Halloween! And here I thought kids were responsible.
If, instead, I was given a free $10 gift card from Apple to anything in their catalog, I would be happy to make my own selections.
Yes, but that would not net Apple or Bono or the record company, or whoever else is making money from this reverse payola scheme, any extra cash.
Builds carpool lanes...
Declares carpooling illegal.
Actually I have never been to CA, so I have no idea if they have carpool lanes. I assume that at least one of those massive 10+ lane wide highways they have in LA contains at least one carpool lane.
I am sure people already do this, and in any event the employees of the store will steer the person to the thing that is the most profitable for them, even if the person really does want an iPad.
Best Buy's Samsung store within a store are really annoying at this. (Though oddly enough I liked the Samsung Tab much better than the Nexus 7 I originally intended to buy. But I only got the tab because I told the Samsung guys to leave me alone while I inspected both products and made my own decision.)
In this case, both would work.
Actually bad puns are never obligatory. I consider it a privilege.
Think about it. The volume of 12 hard drives would easily fit instead of a standard party balloon. Now consider that most of the drive is filled up with platters and electronics, and there might be 10 cents worth of helium inside of each hard drive. Lets say they use super pure helium... so 50 cents.
Considering a single balloon has more helium than $10,000 of these hard drives, I don't think this is going to be a serious issue anytime soon.
For party balloons, well, too bad.
I fail to see how this will prevent the device from recording.
I read this as "Silicon Valley Fights In Order To Pay Bigger Settlement In Tech Talent Hiring Case"
Now that totally reversed what the title was saying!
Fine, make it "a court less corrupt than the Argentinean one".
How about Crown Royal spiked with Royal Crown? In fact, forget about the cola.