There's probably some consideration to the *type* of welding and the conditions you must do it in. Tig Welding requires *considerably* more skill/experience/mastery than simple brazing and stick welding. There's the added bonus that if you do it wrong, you DIE. In which case, such welders can command a premium for their skills - as they should.
Yo Dawg! I heard you like Windows 8.1...
Sigh....outlawing lobbying is like getting a 4yo to agree to abolishing cookie jars
And please don't respond "Oh, just use blender!" It's not a CAD tool if it doesn't have parametrics.
I beg to differ. I create things all of the time and have realized that, even with a patent, I'm not rich enough to litigate it.
Additionally, they should be on an isolated internal network, wired whenever possible. A server or appliance in your house can manage said "things". Every single vendor who supplies you with 'things" shouldn't force you to use their (likely vulnerable) web portal or service, just supply some drivers/documentation, and part ways.
FUD, Trollish Coward! Oculus's kickstarter execution was flawless. The DK1 took a little bit of time, but did happen, and is responsible for the resurgence of VR as an industry.
All fat no mussel.
Not trying to be a grammar nazi or anything, but that made me smile.
The government doesn't set prices for procedures. The fed could extend the medicare pricing list to everyone instead of having to deal with each insurance company's "negotiated pricing" and arcane "most favored nation" contract rules. Or maybe employers could be required to offer up the cash that would have been spent on the company health plan so you can shop for yourself. Shopping for insurance across state lines would certainly be nice! Also, repealing state regulations that limit the size/capacity of hospitals.
My HSA should stay that way, if it's my money, no one should be able to take it but me!
There are lots of political problems that could be fixed without repealing the ACA. 99% of it is removing greed, the #1 killer in America.
...was the first thing I saw. Talk about a panic attack!
Try to think of it as a headcount.
Who wants to admit that they paid $900 for a piece of crap?
It's like caviar. It's nasty, but you overpaid - so you smile and act like it tastes good
I just had to say that out loud
You're basically saying I should pay more simply because I'm black.