Should not require the user to "become used to it" in order to use it.
Pretty limiting flaw in your logic. If they never change anything, they'd never get better.
Disclaimer: Not a fanboy. I only use MS for gaming and have no plans to move to 8.
While not entirely germaine to this discussion of quantity limits, exporting iPhones, presumed innocence, and iElectricity I hadn't seen this part mentioned yet.
There is only one reason to skip most of the apple stores near or around Newton, MA. It's to avoid the Massachusetts sales tax, as New Hampshire has no sales tax. She was reportedly carrying $16k in cash so without paying sales tax, she would be able to purchases potentially 2-4 additional iPhones.
I think she knows a bit more English and "how things work" than her story would otherwise have us believe.
Because I didn't give it away. Some group of assholes did. Most of whom I did not vote for.
If it's any consolation, more than half of your fellow countrymen (based on voter participation) are OK with that "group of assholes".
If you look around and everyone else is an asshole, what does that suggest......
That the country formerly known as the US is now officially Upper Mexico? And more than half full of assholes.
We are being robbed.
How can you be robbed of something you gave away?
We were robbed when tax dollars were spent on green energy.
While I fully agree with what you just said, what do you imagine happens to the price of a commodity with finite (and thus diminishing) supply and increasing demand?
We won't have to worry about running out of oil for a bit; somewhere around 100 years depending on which source you believe. The price fluctuation is a game for profits, nothing more. This can be observed by the distribution stream,where people are paid NOT to produce at full potential, creating false demand. Also, the futures are suspect when a moth farts somewhere in the Middle East and the price immediately goes up -at the pump-, but there are no outcomes (aside from near miss global economic failure apparently) which cause an equally sudden decrease. Given advances in technology for producing and moving this stuff around, one could assume that the price would remain more stable It's a scam.
Our crushers are widely used in the fundamental construction projects
Says a lot about Chinese manufacture if they need to be crushed before they are considered built.
If this is a service economy, why is the service so bad?