Your tax money may be their profit: Goldman Sachs takes $12B Bailout, Hands out $14B Bonuses [digg.com]
Your Digg author has confused millions with billions. There's a slight difference.
Privacy? I don't think so. Bicycling on public streets (with some conditions) is legal in all 50 states.
In my state, a cyclist must right as close to the curb as is practical, but may take the lane "on the roadway that is too narrow for a bicycle and vehicle to travel safely side by side." The law also allows for choosing a lane position that avoids other hazards.
You're not paranoid -Âjust misinformed. Can you cite one state (you've claimed to live in the U.S.) that doesn't permit cyclists on roadways?
I'm not saying this is a problem for everyone; just that there's enough issues that I think a lot of people are afraid or unable to use sleep.
So explain this, why am I to trust a company that clams 300% efficiency?
Strictly speaking, the vendor is describing the coefficient of performance. It's quite common for heat pumps to operate at 300-400%.
While you may be inspired by the Apple or Microsoft commercials, it's not a requirement to parody or make reference to them.
"There is no statute of limitations on stupidity." -- Randomly produced by a computer program called Markov3.