$25 or $100 is negligible even if you value your time well below minimum wage.
"we will be re-booting the cloud today,,,in order to protect your 3,2 petabytes of data, you should download it to local storage in case of a fail event. thanks for using cloud storage on computing. have a great day."
That this inane post is moderated as "3, Insightful" is why I do not visit
And it's also funny to see left wing apologists shit on the people who've had their shit together their whole lives and don't impose on others.
A person who spends ~$5000/year on car payments and then claims to be broke is either disingenuous or simply stupid. There are plenty of people of similar means struggling by with a $1500 beater car, doing their own maintenance, and providing for their families without taking on excessive debt. Stories like this one spit in those people's face.
I judge people only when they don't meet their obligations to others and then want sympathy.
It's not your car until you pay for it. Until then, it's the bank's car.
I question why a single mom with no job has a $389 monthly payment instead of buying a 8 year old used car she could actually afford.
Many incandescent lightbulbs aren't used for hours a day, which is what the break even price calculations are based on. My bedroom lights maybe get 45 minutes a day, and my guest bedroom perhaps 45 minutes a week. In my garage, it's 45 minutes a month. CFLs will never break even there.
Microsoft can never win in a competitive marketplace. Unless they're operating from a monopoly position, the world can see that the emperor has no clothes. I just can't believe that it has taken this long for them to be exposed for the inept yet evil little bastards they are.
These cocksuckers and any judges who approve of their methods must be killed.
We'll sell a million bottles!
Kinetic sculpture by Arthur Ganson.
Nah, they'll just turn them upside-down. Hey, on second thought
The solution to a problem changes the nature of the problem. -- Peer