Out of curiosity, why do you call it an "ADD comment"?
Attention deficit disorder - as in rushing in to post something without reading beyond the first sentence, as hilariously revealed above when you showed you'd entirely missed the "benefit of the doubt" in the second sentence.
I think you really need imaginary foes to fight against to make yourself feel important
That fits your ridiculous behaviour of jumping on my comment without even reading beyond the first few words to deliver some sort of lecture. I suggest you let it go instead of indulging in such petty bullying in the hope that I have a low enough self esteem for such a comment to gain traction.
So let's have a bit of truth from you now - why did you jump in too swiftly to even read my comment when I was being critical of a luddite rolling out an old and tired argument from the luddite's playbook?
why do you continue to engage me?
I found your "epic fail" above somewhat amusing and wish to know more about the clown who wrote it.
For all those "that just might work" people it would be a bit of a bastard of a job wrapping under the blocks even with enough rope.
There are plenty of good reasons but it's not as cut and dried as the post above. The biggest reason is capability - if the cheap box does not handle the job adequately or the architecture/platform is what you need to run your stuff then the expensive option can be more viable in the long run.
I don't see why I have to put up with condescending bullshit just because I'm not going to roll over when the luddite propaganda machine comes to a tech site recycling twenty year old shit from Ian Plimer from when he used it on creationists.
However in some places Uranium is mined as a side product to Copper and Gold mining since it's in the same ore.
I'm guessing your "Jump to Conclusions" mat doesn't have a "Benefit of the doubt" square?
Pity you never made it past the end of my first sentence (starting with "I'd like to give you the benefit of the doubt but") before you decided to post. What exactly inspired such behaviour?
br You remind me of a religious zealot.
The "benefit of the doubt" is given once or twice and not more than twenty times to people like the repeat offender above otherwise they just see you as a gullible fool to be exploited.
There's no consistent US/EU difference on that. Some states in the U.S. apply full sales tax to groceries (Alabama, Hawaii, Kansas, etc.), some apply a reduced tax (Georgia, Illinois, etc.), and some exempt groceries entirely (California, Texas, etc.). The same goes in the EU with VAT: some apply the full rate (Denmark), others apply a reduced rate (Belgium, France, etc.), and some exempt groceries entirely (UK, Malta).