yeah should have specified that, the 50% is a bit onerous. Still though, the non-competes in the US stack the deck completely in the employers favor, and that's just simply wrong.
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how many minimum wage workers need to be completely fucked over while establishing the 'class'?
that's racist. please use "native americium" going forward.
The German rules make far more sense dude. In some instances a non-compete DOES make sense, and it should be an option.. but it shouldn't be used to handcuff someone to a company.
Attaching a monetary cost for the company protects employees from abusive employers, and let's a company protect their inside information / processes for a bit.
you watch too many movies. knocking someone out in reality is far, far more difficult. even with a sucker punch.
Really perhaps they should have a divider between the two pilots, sort like every parent wishes they had on a car trip with the kids.
OR for fucks sake, while this is a tragic disaster, events like this are so incredibly rare, that we should be cautious to avoid 9/11 style psychosis.
Or on the converse, in future-world, only the robots/AI will truly be free.
that's really fucking ballsy. good work bezos.
because purveyors of consumer goods are known for having rapacious appetites for continual growth. And as the markets of the developed world get saturated with $product, they need ways to figure out how to target the developing world.
right, that's what i'm saying
the problem with razer's software (As of last year, i had a nostromo, before moving to the g13) is that if you want a 2 or 3 button combination macro, such as: alt, shift , ~ (mmo's, hotbars, you get the point) you have to record yourself actually pressing those buttons, and then gin up the delay such that it's seamless in whatever game/app you're playing.
Logitech allows you to specify exactly what buttons make up that macro. But if you want you can go the individual delay route.
(Also again, razer's UX design seems to be "let's make it look like something someone high on Mountain Dew and Cheetos would find edge, who cares if it's usable"
I think they'd come out ahead if they nixed the testing, and used the savings to pay the ransom -- and in the intervening period actually teach the kids. As in teach, not teach to the test.
don't forget the software is utter and complete shit. (both in terms of functionality and UX)
for example: logitech's software for macro's is infinitely better.
razer = record the keypresses+delay
logi = just specify the buttons.
Having a duopoly is only *marginally* better than a monopoly.
With our retarded two party system, having a 'two party' news machine sounds like a recipe for civil war 80 years down the road.
Yar, something as complex and time-tested as the human genome can surely be understood and manipulated by us with no unforeseen consequences.
I can clearly see the Happy Valley i-17 exit in picture 2. Nice try guys, the moon landing crew was much better at doctoring photos.