You assume that a SEAL can actually use a computer sensibly? It's not really part of their core skill set...
Err, in general, Navy Seals are a lot smarter than your average squids...
I think the same intoxicant caught up with Mark Zuckerberg. At one time he probably would have been thrilled to have enough to by a modest house and a sports car. Now it's snowballing and he wants to keep in snowballing for himself. Looks rather like it's beginning to melt.
Money also draws people that love money, think people that literally dream about making money with other peoples money. Zuckerburg attracted these types of people with his money. These folks perhaps said "Listen, we can double-triple-quadruple-makemore of what you have now. Just follow us". This, coupled with greed, has produced many of the 1% of the population that control 40% of the wealth here in the states.
One day from now, we'll be buying our gasoline/petro from the HSBC gas station. Then again, we already maybe doing that..
Show some fucking initiative as an adult and you won't need to go to a public school to handle the changing world.
You'll be eating this post in 20 years.. .
As a late boomer I love that idea. Just pay back to me what I put in adjusted for inflation, of course. I could then retire right now. If that doesn't work for you get your lazy ass back to work and pay for my retirement as I paid for your grandpas.
Nodding head.. .
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I had Qwest technicians on-site last October to get DSL working. They were knowledgeable and completely professional; the work was first rate. I don't believe this story is accurate. The "contact my primary phone service provider" bit probably indicates that some third party is involved and the submitter is falsely attributing this cockup to Qwest.
Oh, and my DSL performance is excellent as well. If you have the choice between Qwest and Comcast, get the former.
I'm not buying it either. Must be some kind of a joke.. .
Please stay to the right (in the US). Allow others to easily pass you
Bay Area drivers on the San Francisco Peninsula seem to have a terrible habit of pretending to pass, and not actually doing it. This results in what I call "log jams", particularly on 101. 280 is just insanely fast most of the time, and it's wide; but you can still sometimes get a log jam. I haven't driven in the East Bay too much; but I have noticed that they tend to be a bit more aggressive. The "log jamming" problem seems to crop up in a lot of places here though. I've seen it on I-5 also.
I've been looking for the proper word that describes the conditions created by the natives traveling the QEW in Ontario Canada and now I've found it!