What's not to "buy" ? Insurance companies take money from all clients and distribute it to clients who are covered and get medical care. Nearly 100% of the cost of more-than-trivial medical transactions is "passed on to other clients".
Really? Insurance companies distribute money to clients? In my experience they're in the business of denying claims.
Slashdot is a computer blog, not a social network.
Btw, don't bombs cost more than $42 to make? A lot more?
Obviously they were crowdfunding.
But, but, but... It must've at some point... The benevolent and omniscient government officials kept telling us, that butter is evil.
Obviously the government is in the pocket of Big Oil.
I'm sure they'll just come from the FBI.
Or the NYPD. I hear they're replacing Stop and Frisk with Stop and Waterboard.
It's okay, Bloomberg restricted them to using a maximum of 16 oz of water at a time.
Its code of conduct simply forbids bugs. Awesome.
When the NASA engineer stated that "failure is not an option", he was really talking to the computers.
Cloning a fingerprint is just about as easy as cloning credit cards. So after you grate your fingers you can just print out some else's.
With a...wait for it...fingerPRINTer?
The queen of "laws for thee, but not for me."
Guns? Why, those should be illegal! But I'm going to need some armed guards for myself, of course.
So, like every other country in the world that has laws limiting certain things. Or do you believe every citizen should have a Constitutional right to own their own nuclear arsenal?
"An ounce of prevention is worth a ton of code." -- an anonymous programmer