This has been retracted by the apartment company.
This has been retracted by the apartment company.
Wait a second.... Aren't these 'unlicensed fruit vendors' just an earlier version (or perhaps the latest) of Uber or perhaps food trucks? And everyone loves what Uber is doing to the taxi economy, right?
1) Displace standard selling practices (stores)
2) Provide goods at strategic locations, mobile
3) Fill a demand (people are buying fruit, else the carts would not be there)
4) Allow people to use their own resources to generate an income (fruit vs. cars).
Lots of hypocrisy in both the CEO's rant and in these Slashdot replies regarding zoning.....
I would wager that if there was an 'app' to call the fruit vendors, folks would be all over this, handing them truckloads of money......
Just like at church, create a "Cry Room" for these folks. Make the windows one-way and the walls soundproof. Heck, why not even let them smoke, too.
This just seems like a very, very bad idea. If you can't be without your phone for two hours, I bet you are already pirating films. Leave the rest of us alone and go watch your downloaded copy.... and you can text all you want.... from your house (or your office, dorm, basement, etc....).
If the MPAA ever wanted to INCREASE piracy, AMC just gave them the perfect justification.
Sorry to be a wet blank here, but these were not the first blooms in space; the Soviets did it back in 1982
Plant growth, development and embryogenesis during Salyut-7 flight, Adv Space Res. 1984;4(10):55-63.
(info courtesy nasawatch.com)
That is a nice change, I did not know that they finally fixed the issue (sort of). Thanks for the update (as I run to get in line tomorrow at 6:00am...)
Actually, a form of this has been going on in San Diego for some time, but with golf tee times. Torrey Pines is a public golf course that the PUBLIC gets to use. Each and every damn morning, two or three groups (with a dozen or so low-income/shelter 'contractors') phone in and grab ALL of the daily tee times. These folks then turn around and sell them for 3x to 5x the normal public price.
The city can't do a damn thing about them, since each reservation is under a different name......
You've obviously never been 'ramp checked'
ROUGH numbers (and yes, I know GPH not MPG).
Typical Cessna 172 flown by a decent pilot, not a speed-demon, will see a burn of about 10-12 gallons per hour in calm skies. 100LL (avgas) is running here at Montgomery Field in San Diego (Gibbs FBO) $6.19/gallon. Assume a full 56-gallon fill ($346), you are are looking at 5-hours runtime @ 105kts, or about 500 miles before refueling.
Not the cheapest way to get there, your plane/burnrate/mileage WILL vary.
True story: My CEO (US company, California) tasked me to install 3 motion-detection CCTV cameras at all of our remote staff locations (3 part timers, in their homes, in eastern Europe), and then review the footage daily to determine if they 'were at their posts' during working hours (and did not take 'too many' breaks during the day). Of course, the reason for this was to 'make sure we are getting what we paid for.' I'm glad this device was not around last year (or will be very expensive THIS year).
No, I did not install the cameras, I just let the issue die. (still have a job, too).
those high-powered NSA satellites can do this from orbit. No, this is NOT meant to be a troll post. I wonder if a country could actually orbit a satellite with enough power and a spot beam to stop cars in an entire city... in the name of anti-terrorism, of course.
Hell, bust him at the federal level for use of an uncertified intentional radiator (jammers).
(this is NOT a troll)
As a person (senior management) who has been told by his CEO "I don't care about what happens to the employees, I care about my company making money," I don't see there is anything you can do to get 'companies' to recognize the value of vacations... other than quitting and making them scramble to find someone else they can screw over. Sadly, the perception of vacations, much like IT and paid training in general, is that it is a drain on the company (doesn't produce IMMEDIATE revenue but DOES result in IMMEDIATE costs), and if it was possible to run the company without it, most companies would do so in a heart beat. Of course, those companies are often hell-holes to work in and fail on a regular basis.
There is always a chance. if....
you never get hit with the non-existent age bias in the tech industry
you like the smell of curry and noodles
you don't mind ramping up on a skill set and then seeing your job get outsourced
you hit the lottery
you work AT the office
you can hide your grey hair (or if you have no hair, keep the dome waxed)
Life may suck, but if you enjoy what you do, you will always have something to fall back on, even if that something doesn't pay the bills.
Wait a second. You mean that despite this company's security and operational protocols and supposed firewalls, they found that they had a server compromised by a SQL injection in 2012, took it offline, and then BROUGHT IT BACK ONLINE in 2013 w/o wiping it???
They had a SQL injection on a server in 2012, never saw it but turned off the system anyway, and then brought the SAME system back up in 2013?
"Never give in. Never give in. Never. Never. Never." -- Winston Churchill