Like attracts like.
Like attracts like.
You're assuming his business is successful. Given he's an idiot, I think that's a bit optimistic.
"Hacking" isn't a legal term, it's a news reporting term. And like all news reporting, it's basically meaningless. The only meaningful information is "he did something, got caught, and is being punished." Everything else is buzzwords to sell advertising.
my brother worked for did it to him at least once. He's clever (not enough to avoid fucking his life up so hard he worked at a series of small computer shops, but I digress), so he caught it every time,
So, being a crappy, worthless employee, he could only get crappy jobs at crappy places working for crappy bosses.
I have found that people who complain that all of their bosses are crooks, and all of their jobs suck, the most likely reason is that good bosses don't hire crappy employees.
This is a true point. It would actually make sense to fund bus tickets out of the area in a cynical way.
Florida did that for a while, with bus tickets to California.
The lawyers (on both sides of the lawsuits) thought it was a wonderful idea.
You're funny. Most of the professional email I get is from people who can't spell, punctuate, or form a complete sentence.
Any time an industry in California can reasonably be described as "thriving," the legislature will tax (and regulate) the shit out of it for the specific purpose of driving it out of the state. The rich people who own the legislature already have theirs, and they will insure a steady supply of (wage) slave labor to be their servants. A thriving industry threatens that supply.
is not always good for the gander.
Sure, Millennials love to be able to ignore the world by sticking their nose in their phone, to the exclusion of all else (including oncoming traffic), but what manager in their right mind would ever interview someone by text, or hire someone without meeting them face to face?
A conversation that takes two minutes face to face will take days by text, because you can only reliable get most people to answer a single question per exchange, and half the time, it won't be any of the questions asked. That's normal in text and email. Do that in person, and the interviewer will begin to question your mental health. Do that on the job, and you won't be on the job for long. Identifying people who are incapable of doing the job is the whole point of the interview.
If a company is so desperate to hire employees they have to put up with this kind of childish nonsense, they have far bigger problems than interview processes.
Not to mention that it doesn't take a genius to figure out that building subway tunnels in wet sand that is geologically active is a bad idea.
Welcome to LA.
What he really needs to do is find out how impossible it is to dig under other people's property in a heavily populated city like Los Angeles. Building an above ground highway in LA is a billion dollars a mile, or more, plus decades of lawsuits. That's with government backed eminent domain to seize property.
Now translate that underground, where you have power lines, sewer lines, water lines, traffic light control lines, all manner of existing tunnels, all belonging to other people, going down dozens, if not hundreds of feet, that all have to be avoided or moved.
LA has subways, and has spent tens or hundreds of billions on them. And they go from nowhere that people are to nowhere people want to go. Hell, the fare card system for LA Metro cost $150 million, and doesn't work worth a damn.
Musk won't live long enough to see the first lawsuit go to trial, nor will anyone else alive today. Either he's making yet another bid for government handouts (like all his other companies profit from) or he's spent his billions on the best drugs in the world.
is "Are women and minorities mistreated more often, or are white men more tolerant of being mistreated?"
Unfortunately, there's no possible way to ask that question that won't produce an hysterical, blind hatred response from pretty much everybody.
1984 was supposed to be a dystopia, not a marketing plan.
What is remarkable about this study is that apparently every single artificial sweetener has exactly the same association with stroke and dementia.
This is truly groundbreaking, because different artificial sweeteners have wildly different compositions.
That that suggests is that only demented people drink sodas with artificial sweetener.
This is not all that outrageous a thought.
Technically, the same is true of petroleum, too. Just on a much longer time scale.
So, clearly, we need nuclear powered cars", because the only true energy source is uranium!
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