Each intercept missile cost $60,000
How much does it cost Israel each time they don't intercept a rocket and it lands in a populated area?
Here's the thing I don't understand whenever the H-1B thing comes up. In 2012 the US issued about 134,000 H-1B visas, which are good for three to six years. Meanwhile the total US labor force is about 150 million. So that's about 0.3% to 0.5% of US jobs filled by people here on H-1B visas. Unemployment is what, 7% right now? Take away the H-1Bs and that drops to... still 7% if we're being honest about sig figs?
It just seems like the rhetoric around H-1B visas is totally out of proportion to its actual impact. Am I missing something?
bring me my computing pants!
That's the Hollywood argument. So how's the Californian government getting on after all that tax evasion?
I'm sorry, what? Is this a joke?
They aren't taking Reply All away entirely. They're just putting up some obstacles.
Not even that, no. IFTTT has been in violation of Twitter's TOS since before any of the big changes were announced.