Quit being dense. He was specifically referring to the person that jacks the car, not bystanders.
Toast, orange juice, 2 scrambled eggs, bacon, and black coffee in a Holiday Inn in Elk City, Oklahoma, on a cross-country road trip.
No, I don't have a memory of all my breakfasts, you just picked a lucky week.
That might be a part of it, but I've received 3 payments from insurance companies of other drivers from their liability and not once was an attorney actually brought in, or was a lawsuit mentioned. Well, I did think about it on one occasion, because the insurance company was dragging their feet and took weeks to schedule a fix (seriously, Farmer's sucks), but in the other two cases I had a check in my hand within 72 hours of the incident.
What mechanism would you provide to ensure people are compensated for loss when another party is at fault?
The only insurance that is required by law in any state I've lived in is liability, i.e. if I fuck up other people's shit or lives, I have some ability to see to it they are compensated. The only time I've been required to carry insurance that compensates for the damage to my car is if I financed it and I still owe money on it, and it's the (private) lender doing that, and understandably so.
Some people mod humor as "insightful" because "funny" didn't/doesn't contribute positive karma to the recipient, whereas "insightful" does.
Assuming there's not a business process patent on it, in which case you'll have licensing fees to work out first. There is the prior art argument working in your favor though.
Well, technically, Apple launched exclusively with Cingular, then they merged with AT&T.
Relax, I was going for funny. I guess that didn't work.
And exclusively with AT&T?! Let me rush right out of here... and start shorting AMZN.
But now you have, so it must be true!
I believed it until the IPO. Once a company goes public, all bets are off.
Also, Nixon was never impeached. He resigned before it got that far.
unless I drop cable entirely, which means giving up Game of Thrones, so screw that.
Oh, the horror! I guess not supporting Fox News isn't really that important after all.
You can get away with it if you consistently have one character that gets 1st person (generally your protagonist), with other sections/chapters in 3rd person, especially if the protagonist isn't present. The one that bothers me though is a wandering POV. I'm in character A's head, oh now I'm in character B's head two paragraphs (and no section/chapter break) either. Frank Herbert pulled that off occasionally, but most people trying to emulate that style fall on their faces.
The GP should say "publicly traded corporations" not just corporations in general. Being a private corporation, it can be run pretty much by whatever mandate the owner(s) want to, as long as what is done is not otherwise illegal. Newegg is privately held.
What sort of thinking would lead to the idea of banning sunscreen in the first place? With some people having a genetic propensity to things like skin cancer (my wife's family, and therefore MY son included in that), I'd tell them to fuck right off with their sunscreen ban.