Except in this case, the zipper was broken when you got it, you unzip it ignoring the broken teeth, zip it back up ignoring the broken teeth, and everyone assumes you're protecting them against this so they don't notice that it's gotten a bit drafty.
ALSA has supported software mixing for over a decade.
There's an easy way to resolve this:
Do they pay overtime to the people who fill cartons and jugs for sale to individuals, since those people would be packing for distribution, and therefore not exempt from overtime per "their interpretation"?
"Hiro" didn't poll well with our test audiences so we're running with "Steve"
It was a joke, but only barely. As for the "game" itself, you buy upgrades to make cookies for you and eventually there isn't much point in clicking anymore.
slack changes the tab title and icon when an event happens, like a new message. Gmail updates the title to show how many messages you have. These are reasonable use cases
And don't forget my epic cookie clicker run, which I've left in some background tab somewhere for well over a year now!
Before you piss people off, you should remember that they can get paid $500 for telling the cops you have kiddy porn.
water is wet
This is a key piece of knowledge that companies often overlook. I once asked a CEO over a round of golf whether or not he knew water was wet and after reviewing his reports and whitepapers he acknowledged that he really had no idea.
That was when I decided to leverage my synergies in the dashboard paradigm to develop our Wetnss Information-as-a-Service product. Utilizing our proprietary moist dashboard technology, the C-suite can be kept up-to-date in the latest advances in the critical business infotech field of how wet water is. We're looking for investors willing to get in on the first wave of this groundbreaking new service. Act fast, we're planning to hit the ground running with a big IPO next year!
People are more fearful of this and that than ever. It's collective madness.
When there are no more second chances, people stop taking the first chance.
The solution would be to have every single freeway and street operate at 75 MPH. This includes your driveway. The first person who steps on their brakes is automatically shot by patrolling drones, which then attach to the car and fly it off to the junkyard to be crushed. Stoplights and stopsigns will be removed.
The real problem is that the freeways are designed to be "hurry up and wait" systems. Designers bring in thousands and thousands of cars on 3 lanes at 60 MPH, then ask them all to take a single lane exit at 45MPH, then they scratch their heads and wonder why things go to shit.
Bonus points if they put a stoplight 100 feet from the end of the exit ramp that is red more than 50% of the time.
"Catch a wave and you're sitting on top of the world." - The Beach Boys