The "um" is the suffix, not "ium".
The "um" is the suffix, not "ium".
I've been preaching that for 20 years -- chronic double-digit increases are driven by easy loans.
As with a car, people wince at a $2000 radio upgrade, but an additional $30/month, sign me up!
Thus do large annual increases turn into small increases in your monthly loan.
Add in politicians favoring easy loans so all can get educations, and loan companies who don't care about risks because the government will pick up the pieces of a bubble burst, and you have the perfect storm.
One way to wrench it back down is refuse to guarantee loans to any school who increases cost beyind inflation.
Another way is to deny loan guarantees to any university with more than 50% sinecure positions (jobs directly unrelated to teaching.) Then drop it down by 1% a year until it is 20% or whatever the janitorial staff + HR is.
You guys are full of sh.
Well, besides Shrimp Week at Red Lobster. And $5 for 2 Big Macs. And Magnum XLs when I go visit your mother.
A migration over 100 years or more is a comfortable migration, not a refugee crisis.
You can't even imgine the tech in a hundred years.
Thank you. I can hardly blame gay people or minorities from trying to socially lord over other people. After all, anti-gay, say, social (and legal) ostracism and worse, held sway for thousands of years, and only recently did pressures lift.
If I only knew what twitter-like company he would move to, now is the time to invest.
Twitter was largely created by Ashton Kutcher using it, and then other celebs. I.e. it was the cool kids' spot. MySpace was killed by kids switching to cooler facebook. How well will the left's tantrums justifying corporate censorship-as-feature compare to an uncensored twitter clone of the bad boys?
Your analogy is silly. The Supreme Court has already delineated speech integral to criminality and, as far as threats go, they have to be exhortations to immediate lawless behavior. "I think soandso should be killed" is ok unless you are leading a crowd or something. This doesn't mean it can't be a red flag for investigation, just that it can't be prosecuted on its own.
There are many liberals, who spent the past 50 years defending free speech, who are terrified for the future because of people like you, who want to flat out declare hate speech illegal in and of itself. This opens a crack to outlawing other speech, and soon you are like dictatorships, filtering the news "to save the sensibilities of the people", which is an actual argument they use to censor CNN, and now, social media.
Yes...but if fresh strawberries came in in load, there would probably be a stampede.
Anyway, if I were him and died there, I would want by body bagged and buried inward towards the pole a little with a sign that said, "Do not touch until tech can resurrect me k thx bie."
I love how people get bent out of shape over corporations doing this, when all they care about is putting you into different advertising bins so they can earn a few percent more on ads. Meanwhile they lie back, largely uncaring (if not outright massively liking) government doing far more, creating a panopticon, the type of tool exactly desired and abused by dictators.
If you want to aavoid dicatorship in the long run, you must prevent the tools of tyrrany from being created in the first place.
That's the real Troll Trace from South Park coming down the pike -- the inevitable hacking of some government Internet monitoring database, and bam, every site every IP ever accessed pops up.
Good luck if any government official goes to jail for this 1984-style grotesquerie.
And in 50 to 200 years, you can grow as many manatee as you want in jars and dump a million into the ocean.
These are only problems from a static viewpoint. A hundred years from now is less predictable than now is from 1900, when a lack of filthy cars meant waking up every morning with a layer of clean, organic, natural horse shit dust on your furniture.
IOS has let me do this for years now. But nice work on getting up to 2012 or so, M$
Ah but does it offer the same features of scanning your messages to sort you into various advertising bins?
Ah who am I kidding? Of course it does!
How bizarre. Either
1. Somebody didn't pay their unofficial participation tax.
2. Local resistance to alternative school ahh hahahahaha biting the Kind Hearted in the ass.
It is, of course, #1.
"Besides the NSA, CIA, FBI, and confederate agent operatives embedded in same for both major parties, that is."
To understand a program you must become both the machine and the program.