Get out of your idiotic partisan mindset
Nowhere did I say that the "current administration broke it
Time for your meds again: "Obama administration
I hope you get well soon, I have heard the recovery time for brain-removal surgery is difficult.
Wow, you're really grasping at straws here, trying to exculpate the administration.
Funny. So you are claiming that a system that has been in place for donkeys years is broken by the current administration, even though it has basically done nothing at all to change it? Seriously?
Here's what (probably) happened, and it wasn't illegal in any way.
1/ News organizations get the information prior to 2pm, but the information is embargoed. No releases prior to 2pm.
2/ One or more news organizations transfers the information to their Chicago office. Embargo still in place.
3/ The news organization in Chicago releases the information at 2pm exactly.
No crime. No issue. Nobody got information faster than the speed of light. Nobody broke the embargo. The embargo says when information can be released, but doesn't limit the release of the information to a specific physical location.
No matter how you look at it, the fed screwed up.
OK, so what was the nonsense about "Obama administration" about then? You do know that the fed is not the Obama administration right? You also know that the current fed chairman was appointed by an administration other than the Obama administration, right? So are you spelling deficient or knowledge deficient or are you one of those retards who thinks this current government is far worse/far better than the previous government? Hint: The similarities are far more numerous than the differences.
You do realize that your: "ultimately it's the administration that is responsible for leaking this information" directly contradicts your "the fed screwed up", right?
I got a Surface Pro for the wife and borrowed it on a trip to southern Europe. I brought the Pro and my iPad mini (for reading books).. As a an avid amateur photographer, the Surface Pro is an awesome device to carry. Replacing the 17" laptop I usually travel with, the weight was a huge improvement. The thing is fast, runs Lightroom and Photoshop without breaking a sweat, no problems editing video in Premiere Pro.
How expensive you feel it is is of course dependent on available income, but if you are a professional that is on the move a lot and you need a real computer that you can work on with real software, and you want it in a very small form factor. I can't think of a single device that will beat the Surface Pro. I'm definitely getting the Pro 2 version for my self.
because they have not had any long term progress
The history of NASA
1 - Go to the moon.
2 - Go into low-earth orbit.
3 - Have no heavy lift capability
What's next, build an optical hand-held telescope to figure out what the big round thing we once thought was cheese is?
Has nobody noticed that at NASA time is running backwards? Assuming that a government entity can accomplish anything at all if its goal is not extremely narrow and we are at war with virtually unlimited budgets, is absurd.
shutting down the Saturn V program was a huge mistake... when viewed in hindsight.
No need to view it in hindsight. Lots of people said so without the benefit of hindsight. No way you could get through the noise of the political players though. NASA is first and foremost a political organization. The real experts have far too little say in what goes on.
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