When I see ages like 75 and never, I wonder if these are people who don't want to stop working, or people who financially can't stop working. My grandfather is 92 and still working...by choice.
can the police officer force the boy to destroy evidence?
what would have happened if the child refused?
is that a PA law? In some states you can record.
Yeah, my bad, this could never happen.
BTW, consumer grade writable optical disks have a life expectancy of 10 - 100yrs depending on materials used.
It could also be blueray disk based. Not as likely as tape based, but could be cheaper/faster at scale.
I can see this for domestic flights, but I'd be pretty annoyed if it were true for international flights.
A few hundred dollars a yr is under my radar.
A few thousand dollars a yr is at the bottom of my radar.
That's probably pretty typical for your average IT professional.
4 yrs at Princeton is around $200K, 4x a salary of $50K, which is pretty high for just out of school.
It's tied to race. DC has a very large black population. When you have that in any city, murder rates are very high. Same for hispanics.
I'd like to see what the murder rates are in the USA if you remove Hispanics and Blacks from stats. Pretty sad though, that it reinforces what we generally consider to be negative or unhealthy stereotypes as mostly valid and healthy.
Of course not all coal miners will want to be coders, but why can't you teach a coal miner to code? And why do people assume that coal miners are not interested in coding. And why do people assume they don't have the intellectual ability to handle it.
Perhaps you're at a different stage in life, but for many of us, $1 is of no consequence.
and that ratio will lead us to fire on 40x the number of targets next time around rather than the lowering of the budget.
and now...and now...and now...it just keeps coming
If they're worth so little they should just round it down to free.
That's what I do in my mind. If it's $1, it effectively costs nothing for me.
For the developer, on the other hand, they can make millions with $1/app.
surprised at how many people think it's wrong or stupid to spend money on apps.
nearly all of them are so incredibly cheap, and some have very good content/design/information/entertainment value.
it seems that people feel entitled to free apps.