We'd need voting output lights, perhaps like Captain Christopher Pike (Yes, No, Low Battery). And if one acts up? Dump out the jar and refill it with another. Problem solved.
Did telcos/ISPs actually do away with the 10-bit bytes (1 start bit + 8 bits data +1 stop bit) when dial-up modem went away?
On a side note, are ISPs that display GB (and really mean GigaBIT, instead of using "Gb") trying to trick us so we think GigaBYTE and believe their service is 8-10x faster than it really is?
Hey, where are you going? (time passes...)
Uhh, is that a standalone fax you just bought? Aww, gee...
I don't miss the Bzzzt... Rarararar... Merrrrt.... Merrrrt..... Merrrrt... Nytnytnytnytnyt.... S$@t still lines missing on my print.
Did you buy your printer at Three Stooges Office Supply?
...minimum holding time of, say, 7 days. If you aren't investing in the company, you shouldn't be buying its shares.
Yeah...no, AC. Traders AREN'T Investors. We rarely care about company fundamentals, only price movement. Some idiotic move like this would hamstring the entire stock market. Oops, what? There's a global market that wouldn't do this, and only the U.S. loses big-time? Again, B.S. on you.
HST works the same way.
"The Harmonized Sales Tax (HST) is a consumption tax in Canada. It is used in provinces where both the federal Goods and Services Tax (GST)
How does that fit into trading??
But, not for people who know how big a fucking Oreo is.
That would have to be a pretty big Oreo. And have special attachments or plug-ins.
"No, no, I don't mind being called the smartest man in the world. I just wish it wasn't this one." -- Adrian Veidt/Ozymandias, WATCHMEN