When I cut the cord, Time Warner kept pestering me with bundled offers, including one that basically gave me cable and internet for the same price that I'm paying now for internet only. When I turned the offer down, it drove them nuts. They clearly wanted to be able to still count me as a cable TV subscriber even if I wasn't even using the cable TV. I suspect that offers like this keep the number of cable subscribers artificially high. There are probably a lot of cord cutters out there who only still have cable because cablecos are basically giving it to them for free.
At least, that's what the battalions of lawyers will argue.
President Donald Trump and Congress have said they want to overhaul policies that allow companies to bring employees from overseas to the U.S. But the application deadline for the most controversial visa program is the first week of April, which means new rules have to be in place for that batch of applicants or another year's worth of visas will be handed out under the existing guidelines. The current H-1B visa program has been criticized for hurting American workers and undercutting salaries.
Oh? Which law is that?
What's "fucundiary" anyway?
When the UK is giving Â£50-60m a year to a nuclear power that holds the record for the most satellites launched into space on a single rocket I don't give a shit what the ROI is, I want that money spent in the UK.
It's money we spend to stop problems from developing into larger problems which would actually cost us more money.
How about the Indian government spend their own money instead.
I don't give a shit how cheap you make it, I'm not doing a 12 hour flight with my knees crushed by the seat in front.
No point getting somewhere and having to hire a wheelchair. I'll stay at home and walk.
Right. So tall people have to suffer health impacts just so you can have a cheap seat?
Fuck you and your selfishness.
You already have a lower cost of living due to your size, you can fucking afford to subsidise others for once.
Don't forget the benefit of some jerk two rows up talking on his cellphone, or the fidgeting kid who won't stop moving round or talking, or the crying baby, or the guy who's snoring, or the 300 ads the theater runs before they even start the 100-odd movie trailers.
Chemist who falls in acid is absorbed in work.