If there's a setting to make the dynamic touchbar a static set of function keys I'm used to using, vs. having to wonder what buttons/functionality is there at any given point in time, that would be helpful as well.
Incidentally, if you time it you'll probably find the whole process of filling your car with gas takes ~10-15m. Their change is completely reasonable
Whether the electric car charge time is reasonable or not is 100% subjective, but your estimate of gas filling times is a ridiculous, "+1 for TESLA" exaggeration. From turning off the car to tearing off a receipt and driving away (paying by credit card at the pump), a complete 16-20 gallon tank fill-up is 3 minutes tops anywhere I buy gas. Maybe tack on an extra minute or two for a huge truck or SUV.
I suppose it could take 10-15 minutes to fill your car if you walk in to pay and you get stuck standing in line behind ten other 44 oz. soda carrying people who all pay with debit cards - while your car sits completely filled up most of the time? Or maybe someone's filling a 1 gallon portable tank 16-20 times and pouring it into their car's tank manually? Maybe they're using huge measuring cups?
Why? Because the Amazon reviews being honest and helpful is far more important than whether you actually buy the product from Amazon or not.
In my case, sometimes I buy an item at Best Buy, Wal-Mart, etc., that's total garbage - and I want to get the word out there to warn others away if it's available on Amazon. I've done this to a couple of products that really pissed me off when they cut quality corners or were openly deceptive in their ads, and those reviews were the most highly appreciated/helpful/valued by other Amazon shoppers.
IMO, this policy seems like a good compromise to combat a deluge of fake reviews while still allowing me to express my opinions.
but until then you can use a cheap, reliable, passive adapter;
Apple's adapters are NOT cheap. And for the price of the Macbook Pro, you should be able to choose one you want up front FOR FREE.
But hey - it still has a headphone jack.
The problem is simply that religion still tries to shame sexual encounters outside of marriage and even outside of reproduction.
Correction: Uneducated, religious people still try to shame sexual enjoyment - inside and outside of marriage - out of sex because of their own ignorance and fear.
Educated religious people, OTOH, like to have sex as much as the atheist/agnostic next door. (Yes, it's a satire piece - but it makes a not-so-subtle point: we all like to fuck.) We use contraceptives if and when we want, and we manage our family's size based on what we want and need. Any priesthood leader that tells you or your spouse how often to use birth control is full of BS and stepping way out of bounds (the last time I checked, they don't have to live with the consequences of "no birth control".)
BTW - Your comments on "their holy scriptures" show that you don't really understand them. Of course they don't make sense to "normal thinking people" because they were written by a different cultural view, thousands of years ago. They make a lot more sense, however, with some serious study of their historical context (vs. copy+pasting passages that many on both sides do) - and they do hold the keys to happiness in any age/era if their core doctrines are understood and followed.
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