What do you do?
- disconnect it from the network
- promote the guy that said 5 years ago that you need starting to save money for replacement
- fire the guy who blocked that
- start saving the money for the replacement
You think that I'm starting to save money for my new car only after my old car breaks completely?
My girlfriend is a
Ah. You almost got me.
or be labeled a "denier"
Yes, labeling someone as "denier" is shutting down the discussion and is not productive. Unless
Nothing significant can happen unless everyone does. And here's the thing - most countries (especially poorer countries) don't give the tiniest bit of a fuck.
But US is leading by example and signed the Kyoto protocol, so nobody can blame them for lack of trying, right?
I cannot go to sleep on demand
Do what I do: build a sleep deficit. I can fall asleep anytime anywhere.
isn't legally binding on anyone who might later decide to sue the company.
Correct me if I'm wrong, but the company may get sued anytime for any reason and there will still be lawsuit that causes bad publicity, time wasted at court and lawyer costs even if they win. Does it matter whether it is because of this particular batch of peanut butter?
You don't like the new tab bar? Then install a skin like the rest of us.
Here is a revolutionary idea: do the Mozilla developers want a revamped UI? Then they are free to install the skin that does that!
And make it default only when significant part of users does the same. Until then don't force it down our throat.
"It’s a pity that some of the features like Jigsaw were dropped as modularity, runtime dependencies and interoperability are still a huge problem in Java," James Donelan, vice president of engineering at MuleSoft said. "In fact this is the one area where I still think Java has a long way to go."
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Philosopher Rebecca Roache is in charge of a team of scholars focused upon the ways futuristic technologies might transform punishment. Dr Roache claims the prison sentence of serious criminals could be made worse by extending their lives.
Speaking to Aeon magazine, Dr Roache said drugs could be developed to distort prisoners' minds into thinking time was passing more slowly."
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Why do you see enemies in one of our largest trading partner?
... Oh, Russia? Yeah, that old cold war mentality isn't quite gone... sigh.
Yet, Russia attacks a country through which it delivers the majority of the gas to Europe. I too though that the cold war mentality is a thing of past. But events from last month made me think again.