Of course, cash isn't insured... once it is stolen, it is stolen. However, there are risks with all decisions.
I'd rather like my purse taken away from me than my eye cut out because it gave biometric access to my account.
Right, because that is likely to happen...
Lets keep our arguments against this to reasonable ones, as not to give people reason to actually try to implement this insanity.
If the US were to change the dollar like that, most folks wouldn't care.
None of those are point of sale, and none of those show up in this study. On the flip side, very large transactions are not point of sale either, such as houses, cars, etc.
Which means that the percentage of actual transactions performed by card is much lower than they are leading us to believe. The article is using statics to mislead people, and drive clicks by working people into a frenzy.
Cash is not going anywhere anytime soon, folks. Calm down.
Yeah, but how do you get the coins to stay in her g-string?
And a lot of the edits were "good" edits, correcting grammar, filling in sources on existing articles. But we need to watch it to see if that is an attempt to hide the spin edits.
But that makes you hella-easy to track. Oh look, here is this guy that only makes positive spin edits for congressman XYZ, or party R.
Every car with heated seats technically has an electric chair.
Hopefully some people that have driven the car are still alive.
People don't generally drive at 100 or 110...
My car is fast enough. Though it isnt safe to travel that fast away from a track.
Former resident? Does that mean you are already part of the undead hordes?
This falls into the "CREATED BY A SCHOOLTEACHER" category of bullshit claims. We are supposed to treat the product differently because of who created it, instead of analyzing it on its own merits.
Have to been to the malls lately? No one hangs out there anymore.
Really? In that case, I might consider going to a mall again.
Actually, where I live the malls are intentionally built in the middle of nowhere, to prevent kids from reaching it, presumably.
And we are 20 years away from commercial fusion.