Or maybe because it wasn't made out of goose.
Oh, sure. Next you'll tell us that Sam Branson, Allegra Versace, and Athina Onassis didn't work for every penny either?!? Do you have any idea how hard it is to ride horses? DO YOU???
If your "university" courses are all about pitching the next level course where the *real* secrets are, at a higher fee, you may be enrolled in a scam. Actually, if it alleges to sell secrets at all.
By the time they get to that finger, it will require a passcode to be unlocked.
Sorry, my free time is worth more to me than a second job.
Unfortunately, the laws of physics still forbid investing with the benefit of hindsight.
Birth rates among various economic strata beg to differ.
I do a job which requires me to work 50-60 hours a week because it requires a relatively (within my field) unique combination of skills and knowledge
I too have a mysterious job that I won't describe so nobody can refute its necessity.
Damn, son, I hope you dropped the mic, cause you just TRUMPED that thread. Build the wall 2016, Mexico something something, look at my wife!
WikiLeaks has shown great interest in anti-US material, and comparatively very little interest in anything that disparages Russia.
That may well be true, but Russia isn't presenting itself as the bastion of human rights, democracy, and transparency. Nobody would be shocked to learn that Putin was illegitimately and/or illegally manipulating popular support. That would just be par for the course.
Seriously. "It's their fault for exposing our lies, not our fault for lying in the first place." Jesus Christ.
TBH, Hillary should be the one resigning, as she was the beneficiary of the DNC's manipulation. Actually, she should have already resigned over the email server, which was at best incompetence, and at worst criminal wrongdoing, but in either event a terrible lack of good judgment.
This has to be one of the worst Presidential elections in recent history. I thought '04 was particularly bad when the Democrats couldn't front a candidate to beat Bush, but at least Bush had some popular support. In this election, neither candidate has popular support, with both running around 70% unfavorable. In other words, no matter who wins, the majority of the country does NOT want them as President. We need to carefully consider how our system got us into this position, and how we can avoid it in the future.
Personally, I'm in favor of major overhaul and a transition to direct democracy, but I think there are a plethora of alternatives that are more resistant to corrupt manipulation than our current system. Even a parliamentary system would at least give other viewpoints a voice in governance rather than the binary system we have now.
Drone deliveries from 7-11? Ugh. That's a bit like learning you're finally going to lose your virginity, and then finding out it's going to be with Uncle Bob.
They don't have the "freedom" to use pirated versions of Windows or hack foreign nations either. I'm sure this law will be enforced just as diligently as those.
You don't have to know how the computer works, just how to work the computer.