Hmmm... very interesting. However, this doesn't help much with civil asset forfeiture, which Sessions is a *huge* fan of. So they'll just start stealing^Wseizing the property of anyone caught with pot.
What are you talking about? Opel was owned by GM for a long time, and was just purchased this month from them by Groupe PSA.
No, the morons are the people who voted these plutocrats into office. Sorry if that wasn't clear. Your statement proves that you're one of those uneducated morons, such as your utterly retarded statement that "Planned Parenthood doesn't provide healthcare". Citation needed on that piece of idiocy, because everyone else in this universe knows that they provide all kinds of gyno services.
Did your brother-in-law run the phone down to 0% a lot?
Li-ion batteries can only fully discharge and recharge a limited number of times, and their lifetimes are hugely affected by how much you run them down before charging. So they might only advertise 1000 charge cycles, but that's for a full (or mostly full) discharge. But if you recharge every time it hits 50%, you could get an order of magnitude more cycles out of it.
Bottom line: don't run your phone's battery down.
Also, it's good to get a phone with a removable battery. I can get new batteries for my S5 for $10.
Congratulations, you just proved the OP's claims about Republicans being uneducated morons.
All countries and empires eventually fall one way or another, based on history (invaders, corruption, in-fighting, apathy, etc.). That doesn't mean we should at least TRY to delay the inevitable.
If the success rate is 0%, and it really is inevitable, why bother?
And those rights, per the industry are to go "forever plus one day".
Despite the fact that their content is often simply a variation of what's already in the public domain.
The language is actually ambiguous.
It can legitimately be read as
25.6%+ (25.6%*2.7%)=26.29% (hooray)
I think there's a lot of truth here. We see it in so many other stupid UI fads too, especially the whole flat-UI trend that's been going on for 4-5 years now I think. These designers are all part of a big cargo cult, not experts putting real thought and feedback data into their design decisions.
When you say "void the warranty", that implies that the mfgr is able to refuse ALL warranty claims, and that the product is no longer covered by any warranty. This is flatly illegal.
What mfgrs *can* do is refuse to honor the warranty for specific claims when they can prove that the customer caused the problem in the first place, such as with a shoddy repair or faulty part.
So if you change your own oil and strip out the drain bolt and the oil all leaks out and your engine seizes, the mfgr does not have to repair your engine. But if you change your own wiper blades with Anco blades from Walmart, they are not allowed to refuse to fix your car when the engine fails, because the wiper blades have nothing to do with the engine. If you change your own oil and the brakes fail, again they cannot refuse to fix it. If you change your own brake pads and the brakes fail, they still cannot refuse to fix it unless they can reasonably prove that you did something wrong or used a bad part. General maintenance/consumable things like oil/filters, brake pads have lots of aftermarket support so it's not easy to prove that the Fram/Purolator/Bosch filter caused your engine problem.
but it all catches up with everyone eventually.
Not necessarily. This board is likely full of people who are fairly well-off, have valuable tech skills that are highly transferable, and have the ability to leave a sinking ship for other nations if need be. Rural farmers don't have that so much, and can't just pack up and skip the country if things go south in a bad way. The rural voters have really screwed themselves.
Yes, but that's not at all what you said before. You claimed that modifying the tractor would "void the warranty". That is a complete lie. The mfgr cannot "void the warranty", they can only refuse to honor a warranty if the problem is shown to be caused by damage caused by the end-user, as the law clearly states.
It is. Chrysler was a failing *American* company, bought out by an EU company (and not the first time either, they've been passed around for a while now), not a healthy and large European company bought out by a US company. The EU is more protective of their companies than the US.
Any programming language is at its best before it is implemented and used.