I blame piracy.
I blame piracy.
Those are Hispanic people doing those hard jobs, not black people.
No, just the cushy well-paying ones. Women and black people don't have any interest in ensuring shitty or dangerous jobs are equal.
Bu-bu-bu-but Bush did it first!
What a weakass response. I thought Democrats hated Bush? Now they want to emulate him?
What a bunch of hypocrites.
And a strategy of voting for the lesser evil* isn't slowly killing us?
* The lesser evil of a particular eleciton, the level of lesser evil continues to grow with each eleciton
No, Obama and Hillary took what Bush started and destabilized the Muslim world to the point that it's causing a refugee crisis which has the potential to take down Europe. Not to mention using drones more than Bush, and locking up more whistleblowers than all previous administrations combined.
But you're right, it has to be racism...
You're an easily led buffoon.
Fuck that piece of shit. Seriously. Fuck her right in her stupid fucking ass.
How does anyone believe a word out of her mouth, much less support her being our president? Those lying sacks of shits we call the Clintons are terrible for this country.
Oh, and in this part of the country, I can live better on my salary than someone making half again as much or more in Silicon Valley because home prices aren't absurd.
I'm glad those kids go for "glamorous" startups and big name Silicon Valley stalwarts. That leaves the good tech jobs for me, working in technology but not in the tech industry. I develop boring old line of business applications (technically not a developer anymore, moved into management, but the same applies), collect a good paycheck, and go home at a decent time.
Those kids can have the "cool" jobs. I don't want them.
Yes, because at an estimated net worth of $200 MILLION, Taylor Swift is not being rewarded...
These wealthy artists can fuck right off. Keep touring if they want to keep getting paid. That's how the rest of the world works. You get paid for what you do, not for what you did. These scammers who want to skate by their entire lives getting paid over and over again until the end of time for the same work are parasites.
If I recall, it was Monitcello, MN.
I've used apps that had decent UIs compared to the mobile version of the website, but the app still pulled all the data from the website. Then the site failed to update their app after redesigning their site, breaking the app entirely. Waited months for the app to get updated until deleting it entirely because I figured they were never going to fix it.
Unless there's some significant need for local processing power, I'd prefer sites spend their resources on a decent website. I'm tired of apps as half-assed gateways to web pages. Just make a decent mobile/responsive site.
Used EVs will have their own problem, whether real or perceived, that a person is buying a vehicle that will soon need a massive expense in the form of a new battery. People who buy used cars accept that part of the life of the vehicle is gone, but usually those things come in form of a few hundred dollars here and a few hundreds dollars there when repairs pop up. An EV however has the looming several thousand dollar battery replacement in its future. That's going to be a problem for used EV sales.
I'm partial to PassPack because it's fully web based and easy to use for sharing passwords between team members at work.
So insert punctuation instead of just spaces.
Now it's a completely different password.
Time-sharing is the junk-mail part of the computer business. -- H.R.J. Grosch (attributed)