string them up
string them up
They have made autopilots that can land on their own.
Obviously. But this was one use case out of easily hundreds that the parameters were insufficient for. It was inevitable.
Because some people seem to pop a boner whenever the whiff of sticking it to Tesla drifts by.
Also, our politicians are less crazy.
Heh. I imagine that wouldn't take much.
Plus that whole crazy thing they have instead of miles per gallon, something like "how far I can drive on x liters of gas on a sunny Tuesday." It's beyond me how anyone thinks that's easier to use than miles over gallons.
0C is the point at which water freezes most places, forming dangerous ice. It's also close to the point where you can start to experience severe health problems due to the cold if you don't take care.
Spoken like a true wuss. Try living in Wisconsin sometime: 32F is nothing. Try going out at -20F in the morning and hoping your car will start. Yes, that actually happened to me TWICE last winter.
You can purposely bring down a plane without being a terrorist. That term is so overused
Sounds like we need to make it a felony (assuming it isn't already) and send these idiots to Federal Pound-Me-In-The-Ass Prison. Hey, we could put them in the next cell block over from the laser pointer twats.
Assuming there's more than one person on the aircraft, it only requires one well-placed drone.
Let's calm down, guys.
They can't charge her because if they do 30 republicans have to go to jail with her because they are doing the same thing RIGHT NOW.
Sounds like a good deal. Where do I sign up?
the result of using cheap cattle feed that included ground-up sheep infected with Scrapie. This induced BSE in the cows,
Today, from the "what the fuck were they thinking?" category...
Seriously, feeding ground up diseased animal to a different animal? What could possibly go wrong? It sounds like the public should have been aware of effects of DDT in 1962, which demonstrates what happens when bad stuff enters the food chain and gets concentrated up.
Your latter metaphor is better, since both parties initially agreed on the dog being okay. If you were throwing loud parties, which you were explicitly allowed to do in your initial contract, then you should kind of be able to tell said neighbors to shove it.
Are they still offering unlimited plans? Because this whole stupid thing was caused by them calling it that in the first place; now we're just looking at debris left over from that initial bad decision.
Or how about, you get a license to operate a printing press. The only restrictions the government place on you (hypothetically) when you get said license is that you can't post any incitement to riot, call for lynchings, etc.--stuff that directly risks causing physical harm. Then when you start printing complaints about how your government representatives are all incompetent (but carefully avoid any talk of violence), then they come down and take away your license because there's an unwritten rule about only publishing positive information about the government, since it's obviously unwritten because it's not legal for them to make it a written condition.
But they're still punishing you for actually using the service you both agreed to if they decide not to let you re-up the next month. Maybe it's technically legal but it's still sleazy.
Their unlimited plan is unlimited. But if your unlimited usage is exceedingly high
By definition, a usage "exceedingly high" implies there is a limit. If there is no limit, you cannot exceed it.
If they don't want you to have multiple users on the plan or use it for business reasons, fine--put it in the terms. There are already ways of doing that without lying.
Skype doesn't somehow disconnect the call if it detects you walk away from the desk, dude. Also I'm sure there *have* been at least a few people who left their Skype on continuously for a week or something, reality show-style.
Why are we even arguing about this? The GP's point was that the rate was ridiculously low, not that the example itself was a dumb use case.
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