Who's buying tickets? How about anyone who needs to travel between Boston, NYC and Washington and doesn't want to a) be crammed into a seat three sizes too small, b) undergo a proctology exam, and c) would like to be able to use their electronic devices at will during their trip.
Actually, the original point was that no, there is no large dispute among climate scientists but instead pretty much overwhelming agreement. The denialists would like you to believe that 'the science is unsettled' and there is 'growing disagreement among climate scientists'. Not so much.
Um...other than producing the fucking books.
Wow. Three statement. Three errors. 3 for 3. Good job, Tim and Eric!
It's also bullshit. You keep claiming this 50% markup figure without any cite to back it up.
But you're too fucking lazy to read the many links given that explain their methodology and why the measurements are valid. Because it doesn't suit your fucking agenda. It's pretty clear who the idiot is here.
.backs away slowly.
Isn't that sort of like crossing the beams?
Good strategy. Let the customers that make up a microscopic portion of the
...you know, market, dictate to the rest of them.
Of course the taste was different. Have you ever had a coke in Mexico?
Thats kind of the point. On a tablet, it's at least reasonable. On a desktop, it's a clusterf*ck.
It isn't just that it's a new UI, it't that Microsoft decided that suddenly, hey-presto, we all have touch screen interfaces for our PCs now totally ignoring the fact that people generally stick with their desktops for a few years, even assuming that people
/want/ a touch interface for a desktop computer. I know I don't. Makes perfect sense on a table, desktop, not so much. And then there's the whole Windows no longer supports windows thing... It's truly remarkable that such a huge company loaded with so many allegedly bright people could get something so momumentally wrong.
This is why the have zero tolerance policies. It's cowardice, pure and simple. The administrator's are afraid they may make a decision that will upset someone. Now, with zero tolerance policies in place, they can just shrug, point and say "See? Our hands were tied. Nothing we could do."