You talking to me, porky?
You talking to me, porky?
I thought it was the other way round.
Because when you go to somebody for something, that usually means you want them to give it to you. Like "I went to the bank for a loan".
The value of the raw materials in the vast majority of old electronics is worth less than it costs to actually recycle them.
"The value of the raw materials in the vast majority of old electronics is less than it costs to actually recycle them."
"The raw materials in the vast majority of old electronics are worth less than it costs to actually recycle them."
If the company does well, awesome, you can stay there or move on. If the company does not do well, no one else will hire you or work for you.
One word answer: Elop.
By the first sentence of the summary, at least one writes it.
I'll repeat it here just in case manishs sobers up and fixes it:
Speaking of Chinese electronics giants, Xiaomi, which has in the recent months delved its toes into wearable, smart cookers, air purifiers, suitcases products, on Wednesday announced it is entering the PC market.
Spending money on a house doesn't necessarily increase its value at all, let alone by the amount spent.
Elon Musk did also announce
Nobody talks like that. You mean "Elon Musk also announced
Or "it will break if you do that".
GP was referring to use as a noun.
A Tesla's brakes will break if you brake to quickly"
I don't think this discussion is for you.
Break isn't just slang. It can mean a pause in work, or a fracture.
The 80s called. They want their trickle-down economics back.
Cory Doctorow, writes for BoingBoing:
I, write right here: that manishs, does not know, how to use commas.
If that was the case, the headline would read "Ex Cardinals' Scouting Director" and not "Ex Cardinal's Scouting Director".
The latter implies the scouting director belongs to one cardinal.
Indeed I do.
Defence rests, M'lud.
He's really into family values. He values families so much that he's had several of them.
Anything marked as a quotation should be lifted verbatim.
Exception: If you add something (such as an explanation or clarification) it should be in square brackets.
Exception: If you omit something for brevity, mark the missing section with an ellipsis in square brackets.
Exception: If you spot a grammatical error and you want to draw attention to it, add [sic] after it.
Original Grauniad article:
He was elected governor of Indiana in 2012, and gained a degree of national notoriety thanks to a controversial Religious Freedom Restoration Act [...]
He was elected governor of Indiana in 2012, and gained a degree of national notoriety that's [sic] to a controversial Religious Freedom Restoration Act [...]
As soon as you start frigging around with tenses, pronouns, voices or any other form of paraphrasing, even a tiny bit, it ceases to be a direct quote and should NOT be marked as one. This is Journalism 101.
When we write programs that "learn", it turns out we do and they don't.