You'd think with all the time the cable news channels have to focus on the news that they'd be able to really dig deep into a story instead of regurgitating the same stale pap every 20 minutes.
The 24 hour news cycle hasn't had anything worthwhile to contribute since the 90s. And even that is being generous.
Update: 04/10 18:36 GMT by S : As it turns out, reports of Apple censorship were wrong. Comixology posted today on their blog that they were the ones who decided to remove the issue of Saga from the app. They did so because they were trying to follow Apple's content guidelines. The issue will be available via their app soon.
Going subsciption only would turn them from one of the 'Big 4' networks to just another cable channel, like TNT or Discovery.
Fox's network channel would get stomped in a cable lineup.
People who took risks generally prefer to be rewarded when those risks pay off.
And if they are a bank circa 2008, they prefer to push the losses on the taxpayer when the risks don't pay off.
Bwhaha. That's called being leveraged, and when your grand plans fail because your investments tanked or business failed, then you're in a world of hurt because you not only lost what you put in to your "this idea is great! I'll never fail!, but you still owe Uncle Sam.
What a moronic assessment. Yes, there are plenty of investments that could fail, but acting like ever individual out there will crash and burn on their "grand plan" is small minded and ignorant at best.
I'm not advocating everyone go invest in the market (that would hilariously bad), but to pretend that a savings account with
Never understood the complaint about them holding the money for a few months free of interest -- you people must have better banks than I do, because mine offers some slim fraction of a percent on savings accounts; if I had the money for the same length of time, the amount of interest it would earn me would perhaps buy a medium-sized sandwich.
You could invest that money in arenas that generate more return, or even use it to build more wealth by building a business. The fact that the gov't has eliminated that possibility is reason enough to complain, let alone the fact that they do prevent you from accruing even minimal interest on it.
I would love for them to scrap the current code and implement a billing system. Yes I acknowledge that it isn't that realistic, but just because most folks cannot manage their personal income does not mean all of us should have to suffer as if we are an equal of the lowest common denominator.