According to TFA, the statute of limitations on the charges runs out in August of this year. On September 1 he can walk out of there a free man cleared of all charges.
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In other words, some "real" scientific theory is much too boring for Hollywood.
Go back about four iterations of the EULA. No one has owned their Windows operating system in quite some time.
Haha good one!
...or one hundred. Now, if only the plant could do the same thing to mosquitoes....
Time to call the Whaambulance...
It's my number one stop when searching, though I don't do that nearly as often anymore. Not sure how this 'tech' is morphing or if it is at all, but I'm sure something will come up to replace the entire process...
You mean to the rest of the world, right?
I think you are confused with what he is saying. Every country has their own unique taxing system. It just so happens that the UK is applying a fixed percentage on the profits companies take in. It is up to the company to decide what their margins are to be, not the government.
The car companies see this as a major revenue engine. They do not want to see anything legislated, so they are jumping the gun by showing the government that they are capable of policing themselves.
Its all total bullshit of course....
Indeed. I didn't read the article but I did hear about it on the radio driving into work (yes, radio). Driving is chocked full of little distractions, but what the interviewer said was that the digital control on the dash is even more distractive than a phone. I can relate to that - I drove a 2014 rental with one of those. I was a major distraction, and also a pain in the ass. I like my manual controls thank you.
You make it sound like I'm actually endorsing this. I am not. I don't even own a cell and I don't care to. Still though, if the rule is choosing the lesser of two evils, which one is better (or worse)?