AC didn't consider that there are probably plenty of other apps that sell the user's location data to Facebook.
He sounds moderate but his actions are pretty radical(anti abortion bills with no abortion exception even to save the life of the mother)
This is mainstream GOP policy. A human life amendment was in the GOP platform in 2012; see here (PDF) starting on page 13. Although the platform does leave some wiggle room for abortions in fetuses that cannot feel pain:
We call for legislation to ban sex-selective abortions – gender discrimination in its most lethal form—and to protect from abortion unborn children who are capable of feeling pain;...
Plus, a straight line tube is not going to accelerate rapidly enough to get you there in 43 minutes. Are you assuming that you're going to be accelerating at 9.81 m/s^2? I think you'd be closer to 0.3 m/s^2.
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Isn't this incredibly risky for Disney? the government could cut down on the numbers of h1b's any year and then they would be boned.
No, it's not risky. First, any reduction in H1-Bs would only affect future years. It's very unlikely that Congress would throw out existing visa holders. Second, Disney wouldn't care even if they do throw out existing visa holders. This is because the newly-trained Infosys employees are probably already back in India, where their wages are much, much lower than comparable wages in America. If these workers stayed in America, they would be entitled to pay comparable to those of the recently laid off workers, so there would be no savings to Disney.
Stinginess with privileges is kindness in disguise. -- Guide to VAX/VMS Security, Sep. 1984