They are all walking my neighborhood playing Pokenmon Go. Every freaking one of them.
But really, 22,000 humans making Twinkies and Ding Dongs is a major waste of humanity. I could justify having like 13,500 making Snowballs, cuzz those rocked.
I get really strange results in 2016 when I Google twinkie, snowball, ding dong, and cupcake. Mom!!!!!
The idea that Samsung is trying is fold-able screens which have a curved separate display in the middle of the fold. Much like the S7 Edge has curved separate displays at the edges that are really separate. It looks like one screen but is not. Same here, they will have multiple screens joined in the middle at the fold by a curved screen. So, no part of the screen actually moves. Sort of an illusion combined with marketing-speak.
Nothing new to see here. Please move along....
I will work as much as I like, and work when I want to work. I am competing with you for work and cash. I am better, faster, stronger, and have more will and skills to get the job done. I plan on crushing you in the job marketplace. I am an email Ninja and can name maybe 2 days in the past year when my inboxes did not end the day completely empty and taken care of. I respond to text messages and Slack almost before you have a chance to hit Send. Communication is a massive part of succeeding in almost any job and always has been.
Good luck with your Netflix, craft beer, and mortgages (like you can afford a house!). My house is paid for, I don't drink, and, yeah, HOC and TMaM work for me on the treadmill.
So sorry that modern life is proving so tragically complex for you, and you want the government to "level the playing field". Get off my field!
It is productive human effort that CREATES wealth. I agree that there are an awful lot of people who simply don't know what to do, don't want to learn how to do something new, feel entitled, or need someone to tell them exactly what to do. To all those excuses, I say "tough poop." DO SOMETHING!
And Amazon isn't going to be flying packages to a world of people who were unemployed by robots. Nor is the drone farmer going to sell much food to unemployed field workers. All those people WILL find something to do after a brief period of adjustment because that has happened since the beginning of civilization.
18 free months of credit protection! Awesome. Home Depot really took it on the chin there, just like all the other leakers!!!
Doesn't everyone's SSN and mother's maiden name change every year or so? 18 months should totally cover that. Why just last week I got my new SSN! I think my mother's maiden name is up for renewal pretty soon as well as my address, address history, bank account numbers, and mortgage. 18 months? No sweat. I'm protected!
.. What 0.7 of a web site?
Yahoo. That's what.
Well, we already did enjoy nice bottles of English wine. In the medieval warming period, vineyards were all over northern England. Today, many street names still have names of grape varieties as a result of those times.
Oh, crap. We can't talk about that. Nevermind.
Microsoft had XENIX back in the late '80s and early '90s. And, it was available to anyone. I supported many customers on it with our software and really enjoyed working with it. PC people couldn't believe that you could run a 386 or 486 and support multiple users at the same time with cheap dump terminals. And as I type this from a Linux-based Chromebook, I couldn't be happier that *NIX is not only eating Microsoft's lunch, but it is also being served for lunch at Microsoft.
We all saw this coming. And we know where it is all going...
You can tune a piano, but you can't tuna fish. You can tune a filesystem, but you can't tuna fish. -- from the tunefs(8) man page