Well said, thank you.
Well said, thank you.
mod parent up. GP is way off on his facts. See https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/...
Nicely thought out. I haven't heard this before.
I've had between 0 and 1 choices at the last 4 places I've lived...
Can't speak for the OP, but the biggest reason I want to avoid smart TVs is reliability.
generally speaking, as code & hardware complexity goes up, reliability goes down.
I don't want a TV with all this built in stuff because it's a lot cheaper to replace my Chromecast if it breaks than my TV.
Smart TVs being somewhat new, there isn't a whole lot of evidence for this, but I expect that they will have shorter lifespans than dumb TVs.
This hits the nail on the head.
Although I do look forward to seeing which politicians vote against it -- in the unlikely event that it comes to a vote, that is.
Too often, people (and more damagingly, news media) act like they understand what the police response to a threat should have been -- "Why didn't they tase him?".
Less-than-lethal options are in many cases insufficient to stop a deadly threat. Most people don't get that a taser has very limited range, can only fire 1-3 'shots', and requires that both electrodes in a shot make viable contact with the target in order to function. Even then, it is possible for some people to overcome the effect, and continue fighting.
Thank you. I thought they might link the evidence of fabrication in the CBS article, but no such luck. Then again, why would they ruin rampant speculation with actual evidence?
Comments like yours are why I still come to
Actually, the Moto X does _not_ have an SD card slot. Very disappointing.
On a serious note, I'm saddened by how common these now are.
They wouldn't continue writing these things if they weren't effective, so I feel like that reflects pretty badly on our collective human intelligence.
Missing option: Arrows pointing to things in pictures that are already completely obvious.
XKCD has covered this possibility:
undoing bad mod....
Articles should include a link to the relevant video.
I found this gif of the event: http://stream1.gifsoup.com/vie...
Seems likely. His motivation is pretty obvious.
$3.7 million (the majority) of Reid's campaign contributions from 2009-present are from Lawyers/Law Firms.
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