I know. It's like they think no one had any critical thinking skills a century ago when the country started building railroads, suspension bridges, telephone systems, and hydroelectric dams all over the place.
Employers are concerned about critical thinking? Really? Because it seems to me that what they really want are employees who are willing to implement the latest stupid-assed plan a bunch of pointy-haired, mid-management, sociopathic dipshits have come up with, without question or comment.
I see goodthink is progressing doubleplusgood on Airstrip One. Anyone who commits thoughtcrime should become an unperson.
This is great. Now if we could only get a cell transplant that would allow idiots to think.
"Microsoft Lemona". I already don't want one.
Yep. The accompanying video to the Lockheed press release says "the size of a large truck", and shows a semi driving down the highway. So, more like 7'x10'x45'.
The sun is powering data centers all over the place right now... albeit from light it shined down on earth millions of years ago.
I don't know when the first successful manned Mars mission will happen, but I can tell you who WON'T be on it... That little 13-year-old girl who has been in the news claiming that she will be the first human on Mars, and nothing will stand in the way of her dream. Actually, the first person on Mars will be an officer of the Peoples Liberation Army, of China.
This might explain why grown men are more and more behaving like frightened old women these days.
The way I see it, the only possible problem is that the network claims that the show is based on real life. Otherwise, pretty much everything on TV is a made up story, including everything on "reality" shows, some of the stuff on the news, and perhaps even the occasional sporting event.
Or there may have been a tradition of this type of art dating back to a time before human populations migrated to different parts of the globe. We just haven't found anything older yet.
For me, the most fascinating thing about this story are the similarities between the Indonesian paintings and the European paintings, and that they are about the same age. It would seem that this style of artwork would be much older, and from a time before humans had migrated to those opposite corners of the world.
Exactly. My Subaru has a CVT transmission that I suspect gets its best efficiency higher than 55mph.
Well it was interesting until they started talking about everything being more efficient at 55 mph. At that point, I was ready to give the author a boot party. Do not EVEN start that sh*t again.
We've gone from "too big to fail," to "too big to complain about."