are you suggesting that quarantine should be selective based on citizenship? talk about logic..
in what way quarantining has anything to do with immigration?
the flu kills plenty of people who are _apparently_ perfectly healthy.
but we're digressing, the original theses i was objecting to was that somehow restricting immigration was going to help to save lives. and that is simply asinine.
thats pretty much how ebola works too, poor hydration is what kills you. whatever caused inadequate hydration can be anything, from poor care to weakened organism.
call it "ebola related death" if that tickles your fancy.
This year 50,000 people will die of the flu in USA.
Ebola so far took 1.
A little perspective?
Next time you're at a hospital being helped by an immigrant nurse or doctor, think about that.
slashdot isn't the only website on the net, it doesnt need to cover _everything_.
why would a lawyer ever threaten a company with no cash? talk about unprecedented..
thats not at all what happened.
the glass Jobs story happened weeks before the announcement not before shipments were supposed to start.
sapphire also repels water a little better. that wouldn't do anything to overall water resistance, of course, but would make reading off the display easier. which might be a benefit to using in "sporty" sweaty situations.
it was _per reporting_. reality is unknown as yet. it may be due to a known cause, both in how sapphire is manufactured or how its used.
it may also be complete baloney. we just don't know.
even apple doesnt have enough fly swatters to get rid of all the marketspeak..
..might simply have been not appreciably better than glass alternatives.
if true (this sounds like speculation) kudos apple for not releasing something just because they could.
he was wrong on the main point he was making which is the source of value. he pushed the idea that its from robbing the worker. where as in reality its in the mutually beneficial exchange of goods and services on free market.
all other points he was making were mostly moot. kinda why none of it worked out in practice. real world isn't a utopia.