Beat me to it..
Beat me to it..
He has a low (relatively speaking) id number... they are known to lurk and occassionally make a rational comment to prove that all reasonable discourse isn't dead.
Governments don't produce capital, they only consume it!
He says. On the internet.
Lies, Damn Lies and Statistics. Ignoring facts like I'm certain if you look at the poverty level where the people in Chicago were killed it's probably fairly high. Also the part where the population is most likely >80% African American. And the part where violence has been stirred.. and how many of the killed were part of gang or other subsets where there is a tendency to step outside the realm of lawsuits?
Hmm... I'm only paying $6.79 a pound. (yah grass fed/free range/etc) Must remember to thank my friend.
Dangit gotta warn me when you are posting... now I'm going to have to replace the troll detector again. And two rooms of the house where it was sitting
Maybe - but from a NSFW standpoint, that link is definitely one, DavisMZ.
So they hold Twitter responsible, but not Skype (Microsoft), Yahoo, AOL, or any of the other companies that offer IM-type or bulletin board type services where information can be passed? Hell - with a little planning, a Wikipedia article edit could be used as a communication channel, not to mention the talk portion where editing an article is discussed. Or even Slashdot - read at -1 and find your messages for the Kettle Run on the next anniversary.
Some of us actually know how to do more than yum -y install. You know -- that old fashioned "compile from source"? Or even find an rpm.
This year? Around $3800 overall so far. Years past anywhere between $800 and $7000. I kind of like the Universal Basic Income idea - the coming automation/no jobs nightmare needs a solution and I'd rather see things tried now and bugs worked out versus trying to do it while in the middle of the nightmare.
Totally understood. The trick is: you can tune your own signal/noise. Its very handy and I get essentially all my news via Twitter these days.
Its all on Twitter man...
And said C level executive will say (if you are lucky) "Here's X amount of dollars. Make it work, I want to be able to use device in meeting next Wednesday." I can guarantee you that X is going to be less than the amount needed to do it properly and a performance goal will be added to said IT guy's yearly review showing how well they made it work (or not work).
Never say you know a man until you have divided an inheritance with him.