Though admittedly it's a bit more complicated than that. A lot of folks on the right felt that Bush didn't adequately represent them. Such sentiment was one of the seeds of the Tea Party, and it gave Fox News something to latch onto before Obama was even elected. I tend to lean right these days (mainly due to my displeasure with the handling of fiscal matters) so I can only speak from that viewpoint...it might take awhile longer for the pendulum to swing the other way again as I know nothing of their internal bickering.
they're likely to have difficulty luring developers away from established platforms.
Kindle is already built on top of Android, and Amazon has partnerships with Android developers already. It's also a time-proven platform that's becoming ever more insurmountable for anyone trying to get their own platform off the ground. (take Windows Phone 8, and Microsoft had a decade head start) With all that stated, why is TFA assuming that this new smartphone would have anything but Android as their backbone?
I'm totally with Tesla that it should be a legal option, but it shouldn't be a requirement to go digital with side view. On one hand, you have the drag...on the other hand, the classic mirrors are less prone to ceasing to function effectively. (smudging/moisture/frost is also a concern, which often renders my rear camera useless -- easily fixed with classic mirrors, and driver's side can wiped off while driving)
Anyone who's been burned once by previous crashes won't ever want to get back on board the Bitcoin train...
that current Bitcoin rally is over?
I for one wonder if this'll be the last big rally.
I've been absolutely terrible at predicting when this train will end. An unstable currency that is not suitable for the vast majority of merchants and individuals is doomed to fail eventually, but since I've been beating this horse Bitcoin has risen by 5000%. Rally #1 was the American public, rally #2 was from Greeks and other troubled European nations and now this rally is from the Chinese.
I wonder if anything significant is left? Regardless, it's way too high for me to even consider playing this game. I do hope something similar comes along in the future, perhaps it'll follow a similar pattern and I'll get on board early...
Again, personal responsibility, wash your damn bags, yadda yadda...as someone who'll eat fallen food while on a hiking trip and follow it up with a "meh", even I can admit that the concern here is reasonable.
1) You don't have to wash them after ever visit, unless you're buying, like, unwrapped raw chicken in which case you've got bigger problems
If you want to take your chances with bacteria, salmonella, etc.--go for it.
This actually made headlines some time ago as an unintended, but very real consequence of San Francisco's bag tax...
And yeah...they had a wonderful year-long season 3 arc, pretty well put together, and they cap it with space nazis? Why oh why...
For anyone confused by this comment, the original title of this article (before an editor stepped in and fixed it) read "Boeing 777 Crashes In San Francisco". The current title (at the time I'm posting this comment), "Boeing 777 Crashes At San Francisco Airport", is a much better description of the event without taking the mind in some horrific directions before giving the important details.
This. My original post looks pretty ridiculous now, but I'm glad someone changed it. (I don't see that often)