It's not even limited to the "developing world". My mom is totally offline; no computer, no internet, no cellphone. She does occasionally ask me to order something online that she heard about on the radio, but that's it. My GF isn't much better; she has an email, but doesn't use it much, and no facebook.
Or, his SO talks to the DOG.
To be fair, I have no problem with them burning down the McDonald's. Don't know about the pizza place, some of those are pretty crappy.
The President himself sabotaged that possibility by accusing doctors of performing unnecessary amputations, which besides depicting surgeons as being suitable for the leading roles in either "Little Shop of Horrors" or "Sweeney Todd", is nonsensical because amputations actually are relatively inexpensive.
I dunno. I heard they cost an arm and a leg.
Which is a strong argument for mandatory police cameras. Without the dashcam, it would have been the black guy's word against the cop's.
I'm in my 50s with no problems. But eventually it will be in issue. Hopefully not at 62 like the above poster, but what about 72. Or 82. Heck, I might still be alive at 92. At that point, I'd probably be ready for a self-driving car.
I agree with the first 3. The problem with #4 is, some people are MORE likely to act like idiots on camera.
Also, in a random digression, I don't think a good technical boss necessarily HAS to be good technically. S/he just has to be able to listen effectively to the people who ARE good technically--which is something s/he should be doing even if s/he IS good technically. A boss who doesn't listen is in my opinion worse than a boss who is ignorant, knows it, and respects the experts s/he supervises.
A similar thought. Can a boss remain good technically? Most of my bosses used to be tech people, presumably reasonably good at their jobs. But when they got promoted to the big chair, they were kept busy with boss-stuff, and their tech-skills fell behind.
We promise, cross our hearts, not to abuse your privacy. And we don't need to put it in writing, because you know we're totally trustworthy. Honest!
They probably taught him, but he didn't listen.
It's a common saying; when seconds count, the police are just minutes away.
No, but the history and experience of blacks in the US is very different from those other groups. When is the last time anyone moved to the other side of the street to avoid an Asian guy?
I expect the people who have been mugged by Asian gang bangers, or know people who have, will cross the street to avoid them.
I don't know much about my father's side of the family, but on my mom's side, one aunt passed just before 90, and the other is still alive at 95. Mom's "only" 80, but still going strong and kicking butt. I figure somewhere in the 80's is a good guess. I'm 54 now.
I'm already over 50. I might live another 50, but more likely not. 25 more years would have me nearing 80, and that seems realistic for me.
The problem is, just about everything that comes out of a politicians mouth IS a commercial.