Like many close observers of the shipping business, I know a secret about the federal government's relationship with Amazon: The U.S. Postal Service delivers the company's boxes well below its own costs.
Because the USPS is a government-funded charity with Amazon as the beneficiary? Because Bezos secretly owns the Post Office? Because Putin? Because ISIS? Is there any basis for this claim, or do we just have to accept it based on some random blogger's say-so?
Because you HAVE to have a manual transmission if you're a real driver.
You say this like it's somehow untrue...
Manuals are OK if you're a well-above-average driver. Fortunately, 100% of the people who drive manuals are well above average.
If a thief can tell from a distance whether you are carrying cash or credit cards, well, you are holding it wrong.
Ah'm not naturally this tawl ma'am. Ah'm from Tayxus and ah'm sittin on muh wallet.
"everything on the street can now be shared."
Definitely true. So far I've shared with other people two bicycles (bolt cutters), the contents of my wallet (twice), my mobile phone (grab-and-run), and numerous umbrellas (those were mostly my fault).
Sheesh, what did they think would happen with an umbrella-sharing service?
Meanwhile, Lyft, which is only available in the U.S.,
I use Krzykstn for my ride-sharing service, but its only available in Upper Slobovia where I live. If you're nice, you get to be the one to hold the reins. If you're less nice, you get the bucket and shovel to collect the.. uhh... byproducts.
But we did not learn how thick the book was, nor its title or author.
The first book was "The Art of the Deal". The bullet got halfway through the book and died of boredom. The second book was Harry Potter, the bullet flew through it looking for more sequels.
Yet somehow porn continues to make money enough to afford to make actual productions with directors, producers, cameramen
You mean Sean?
Sean's girlfriend Summer.
the renting of homes and other places to use as sets
Sean and Summer's place.
in addition to paying the cast
Sean and Summer again.
With all those overheads you wonder how they make it pay.
This is clearly another case of too many mad scientists, and not enough hunchbacks.