Well said. The first snarky remark I thought of was, there's a reason the word counter-intuitive exists.
Sometimes studies find things that defy our intuitions, no matter how strong. So yes, even things you are certain of should be checked. What's the harm in verifying something you "knew"?
It's a schoolbus crashing into an Aerobee.
Wow, your books must be really heavy to make a supersonic boom in less than 1/32 of a second that sounds exactly like a gunshot to a computer.
So I'm guessing you didn't RTFA where they talk about the Hydra? I know, I know, I must be new here.
You mean besides killing Bothans?
Jesus, how big are the womp rats where you come from?
Except for the things Apple doesn't want you to do.
So you used an acronym that means two different things in this context without spelling it out even once, then get pissy when you're misunderstood? You might not be an idiot, but you're definitely an asshole.
I'm pretty sure he thinks that every time his fob displays a new number, that's a one time pad.
So it's totally funct now?
Better word would be unashamed, but proud is practically a synonym. The point is he doesn't feel ashamed, like many try to make gays feel, what with all the sinning against god or whatever.
My thought exactly. Pope John Paul officially blessed evolution and big bang over 20 years ago.
I came to the opposite conclusion. For only ~$800, I can scan and make pretty convincing 3D copies of things? I think that's pretty good.
Some of us will gladly pay to avoid four hours of frustration, followed by 6 more unplanned hours of troubleshooting. Do you change your own oil in your car? Make your own peanut butter? Bake your own bread? Build your own furniture? Don't you know how much money you could be saving by doing all these things yourself?!?