You forgot 'Politics'. Not sure where that fits in the ordering though.
Are there signs at every intersection saying which road has right-of-way?
Yes - At every 4-way intersection not controlled by lights there will be 'Stop' or 'Give Way' on one of the roads.
We're not even considering the terrible road designs like all way stops. Yep, all roads have a stop sign. In theory you give way to your right, in reality it's whoever has the balls to go first
I've been to South Africa a few times, they have 4-way stop signs too. The way it works there is when you get to the line, everyone who is already stopped on the other entries goes before you, then you go. All-in-all it works quite well. In fact, when they have one of their frequent power outages and the traffic lights go out, the drivers just treat the intersection as a 4-way stop and get on with it.
I had dealings with the LHM back then and I do fully believe they haven't saved a single cent on the transition
Maybe they didn't save anything on the transition, but do they expect to save overall costs/expenses in the longer term?
...Jeff Bezos could drive revenues by publicly shitting in to a box of squirrels.
I, for one, would pay to see that, so maybe there are in fact some revenue opportunities in squirrel shitting...who knew?
"NO! Get out of here with that Ubuntu, and lay off the poor Linux, will ya?! SHEEZE! You're a creep! Go away, we were having a good time until you showed up, Canonical! ARGH! Go have some coffee with cream, or something! Because I'll tell you something! This is a happy place!"
Seriously, I'm going back to Debian after this crap...
Yes, you can turn the Wifi and Bluetooth on/off (independently) whenever you like. There is also an aeroplane mode, I guess this stops you turning on Wifi accidentally (??).
For your purposes, I suppose you might potentially leave the Wifi off all the time, and just load files on through the USB cable.
Gutsiest move I ever saw, man.
Neither. It's because the US insists on these procedures for flights that will enter US airspace.
I was in Doha earlier this year, and I walked past the departure gate for a flight going to the US - looong line of people, shoes off, waiting for the full-scan etc. On my flight to the UK there was the walk-through metal detector and x-ray scan of my carry-on bag, but my shoes stayed on and nobody asked to pat me down.
The weak link is always humans.
Which is why we will soon be switching all nuclear launch authority to WOPR and/or Skynet...
Not sure the estimates in brackets are quite right. I get 280ms from Australia. And I'm on the ground.
Finally, a DSLR that can detect squant!
My general language is also 'freer of errors'.
You should have instead used 'has a lower error rate' or something less grammatically nauseating.
The most common given name in the world is Mohammed.
The most common family name is Chan.
Mohammed Chan. Must be lots of those.
Yea, that is one way to quickly become a blonde, bald, hermaphrodite with serious mental illness bent on world domination
They found him. Pope Benedict has now resigned.