Its the truth.
Its the truth.
Most people knew both would probably keep to their promise to leave, but not on the very next day! Drunks (and Uber drivers, evidently) are not known for making long range plans. It was the suddenness that caught them all without a plan.
My wording could have been improved. My comments mostly result in TLDR. I'm working on that (except at this moment).
Believe me, Uber & Lyft made a statement by leaving months before the deadline for compliance. They were well aware that they would disrupt many of their employees (one of whom I know) and, as pointed out in the article, left drunks without a plan.
Uber & Lyft have been roundly criticized for this "I taking my marbles and going home!" tactic.
Keep it up.
Haven't watch at all since 1999 and back then, only because I traveled a lot for work
In the TLDR world I was pushing my luck, eh?
My wife is going through cancer treatment, has 3 sets of glasses and neuropathy (and so a cane). She is also still testing the limits of how close she can come to her vision of herself before all this happened. She going to be OK. She is allergic to some enzyme in milk (goat milk, ok, cows' head stopped up, face swells. Takes about 2 hours to show. About 2 tablespoons will provoke the reaction). She, our son, her sister and one of her 2 sons have skin conditions (and other reactions) to wheat and we all assume its the gluten. I, on the other hand can eat anything.
Does this provide better evidence?
I partially get the "funny score 3", if you include the [...].
My wife & I have had it with ink-jet printers when we print so little, so are experimenting with doing what your "Why...?" suggests.
I successfully sent our xmas card list to Office Max which is open until 9pm and is about 1 mile away. Cost us under 2$ (since I walked over there !Exercise!).
Last night my wife wanted to make gluten free oatmeal cookies from an internet recipe. We took the laptop to the kitchen, propped it on the counter. *I* was sure worried about getting it plastered with liquid and powders. My wife had to lean way over to get close enough to read the font. If we made that bigger, then she was scrolling up and down all the time... You get the picture. BUT... we did succeed (this time).
There is the problem of printing our password list. Its hard to trust the data path to printing. We haven't printed it. I can get a dot-matix printer for $200 after all fees. Just to print "sensitive" stuff? (We keep a dup on 2 computers so it won't likely get lost)
Well, also, maybe for emergency printouts? I dunno. So far we no emergencies, so no $200 gone
We'll see if we can get through 2015 with this "no paper" through our (some adjective) action...(Trying to distance myself from the unwanted junk mail that DOES come to "Current resident". Ugh.
I read a little slower. I have no A-B-A "test" to tell!
I never lose my place and the "book" lays open instead always wanting to close. Since I don't read for more than 30 minutes at a time, those things are a decent +.
That *is* pretty funny. That and it hasn't yet been corrected.
I use it today on our Solaris (BEFORE Oracle) workstations. It has features hard to get on other desktops.
One feature it has that has inexplicably fallen out of favor is having the window focus on a window (think editor) that is not on top.
My Mozilla variant, Timberwolf, really howls over that expiration. It took a fair amount of reading and 6 clicks to get the browser surrender and let me look at
Didn't any staff see that coming?
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