When bank runs occur, there is a systemic lack of funds to meet demand due to fractional reserve lending.
This is simply not enough supply to meet demand, and not similar to failure of fractional reserve lending at all.
I know if I get cancer I'm doing exactly what the doctor tells me,
As a thyroid cancer survivor, I don't recommend this. Doctors are both cautious and aggressive... this is their paycheck.
I had the tumor out, I wish I hadn't followed their advice to have my entire thyroid removed. The results of that are felt every single day for the last ten years...
Don't sun tan, don't smoke, don't drink much alcohol, don't eat grains and sugars, eat lots of paleo/natural/organic foods...
I thought you said "good years".
whatever ends up happening is BY DEFINITION THE FAIREST OUTCOME POSSIBLE
Yes, actually. Just as a frictionless surface by definition requires no force to maintain velocity.
The fact that neither exists in the real world without external energy being fed into the system escapes most people, sadly.
part of why OpenBSD has had only two remote vulnerabilities for over a decade.
Well geez! If they've been there for ten years how come they haven't fixed them!
Shut up. Not now. I'm busy.
These are words that should never be uttered by a parent to a child.
...if you want your child to grow up thinking that they should be the center of attention in every situation they enter.
On the other hand, if you want your child to be a polite and functional member of society, you can ensure they aren't in any immediate distress, and then explain to them that they can wait briefly for your attention.
Heck, without government there would be no money.
This is historically and demonstrably false.
Don't tell me how hard you work. Tell me how much you get done. -- James J. Ling