For a company like Greyhound those would be considered fixed assets and would be depreciated according to a depreciation schedule.
FYI if the assets aren't in service they wouldn't be depreciated. Only once they are put in service is depreciation started.
Clickbait headlines are so formulaic... it almost seems like the first step in the clickbait war would be to nuke anything with one of those formulaic headlines.
I'm not sure that clickbait is inherently bad, so perhaps evolutionary pressure to create a better headline would not be bad either.
It looks like the mobile website is already more responsive than I want or need.
Please continue allowing
The world is moving fast enough as it is, I don't need
1. Faster/easier to type than verbose and pedantic HTML. (no more typing
after and between lines!)
Uh.... To the left of the Preview button is a drop down menu.
If you dig around in your user preferences, you can set Plain Old Text as the default.
It automatically recognizes line breaks and will put html tags around any raw link you post (see below).
Speaking of preferences
I think I'm going to hang onto the [Fuck Beta] sig until the "classic" SlashCode is unfucked.
And if our overlords are taking requests, please unfutz whatever it was that the previous slave masters did to the links.
Whoever thought that links posted under Plain Old Text should be truncated... they were out of their minds
It only serves to dirty up the conversation. I chose POT so I wouldn't have to type out any markup in my posts.
/Heck, consider defaulting everyone to Plain Old Text
//It's like half of
If you gather together enough unclassified information, you can frequently distill from it facts that are considered classified.
Like tracking the tail numbers of international flights to uncover the CIA's rendition program.
Not to mention that a staff directory is exactly what you want for spearfishing campaigns.
associated by who?
Pretty much everyone, including law enforcement.
The media loves to link Bitcoin to "the dark web" and terrorism.
invested hundreds of millions of dollars into blockchain technology.
Blockchain technology is not virtual currency, it's merely a distributed/verified ledger of transactions.
Lots of companies want to get involved with using the blockchain concept, not all of them want to get involved with using Bitcoin.
Even SWIFT, the 800 lb gorilla of financial transactions, is trying to figure out how to revamp their business to use blockchain technology as the foundation. Likely a private blockchain which they can control.
You blame timothy
I blame our corporate overlords
I also blame whatever CMS
Firefox/IE/Edge/Chrome does a better job than whatever
I'd be interested in how you have GTalk working on Trillian.
For the life of me I can't convince it to connect.
The optimizations for the kernel are important, but for specific workloads you still have to optimize those specific components, like the Python stack, various parts of glibc and other standard libraries, etc..
Just replacing your kernel is nice, but it's not nearly the end of it.
Clear uses gcc-5.3.0 - see https://download.clearlinux.or...
the problem is that both wings of SCOTUS have now accepted the "living Constitution" model where its meaning changes continuously, even if folks like Scalia deny it.
But that's not what a "living constitution" is. We have a "living" constitution because it can be changed. Not because we choose to interpret it differently.
The other one transposed things so when they tried to enter 7XXXX they hit 6 by mistake.
But that's not a transposition error. A transposition error is when you type "47" instead of "74"... the two keystrokes are transposed.
The confusion of a staff member is measured by the length of his memos. -- New York Times, Jan. 20, 1981