Windows is the last remaining bastion of the keyboard-accessible GUI. Mac never had it,
Huh? OS X is completely keyboard accessible (though there's a thing that you need to flick in System Preferences to enable it). In any OS X dialog that uses the standard NSAlertPanel interfaces, enter will perform the okay action and escape the cancel action.
Look, can't we just agree on that your country is severely fucked up?
This is the only post that makes sense.
Windows excels in building user facing apps with good UI and good experiences
An odd quote about an OS that manages to get the buttons in the wrong order for basically every dialog box. Quick quiz: In your web browser's tool bar, does the left or right arrow mean forwards? In any random Windows dialog box, is the left or right button the proceed forwards one?
Let's see - I have gigabit internet, satellite TV, 4G cell service, acres of land and a house that would cost you millions, and no traffic or crime in this rural American lifestyle as you call it.
I actually know my neighbors, the mayor of the town, the sheriff, and I participate in my community. My kids go to decent schools with normal people and not the psychotics that live in major cities. Despite the article above we have good health care and actually know our doctors who even make house calls. We grow a lot of our own food and have easy access to hunting. When the shit hits the fan you will be starving.
So no thanks. Keep your city lifestyle.
Well, I'm going to reply to your stupid generalization with a couple of facts: that Rural America, in particular in the Bible Belt, is drowning in a heroin epidemic and suffering from teen pregnancy at rates not seeing in urban areas. That towns in Rural America, despite the little bubbles here and there that make the life you describe possible, they are not economically viable and that nothing will prevent its depopulation.
Congratulations that you have a great life for you to enjoy, but get your head out of your ass if you think normal people predominantly live in rural areas with cities being nothing but havens for the psychotic.
This is the type of mentality by which people end up looking at rural folks as a bunch of encapsulated rubes. There is a richness of life both on rural and urban Americas, and it would serve you well to learn about them both.
Exactly. Government is bad. Any idea that involves government is bad. In cases where the government consistently does something better and cheaper than private industry (like health care in every other first world country), government is still bad because government is bad.
What's important is that you conclude that government is bad first, and then figure out how you'll reach that conclusion. Otherwise, you may actually come to a different conclusion in some cases, which would be wrong, because government is bad.
You are a God among men.
Funny, it was a Democrat admin in power when the Tuskeegee experiment happened.
And that was before the great Southern Democrat migration towards the GOP, courtesy of Nixon's Southern Strategy. No matter how much revisionist bullshit gets slapped to it, the political poles completely reversed with the civil rights act.
Not to mention that if they do anything with it other than bury it in a nice, dry, secure place then the carbon will be released anyway. Literally all they have done is delay the release of co2 for maybe a year tops - aka a complete waste of time.
That is a stupid way of thinking. Baking soda is created all the time and consumed by many industries, usually by means that release additional CO2. In this way, CO2 already in production is reused to generate baking soda.
Ergo, the amount of CO2 used in the production of baking soda (at least for that particular batch) has been significantly reduced.
Sure, it is not perfect, but it is certainly viable and useful. To call it a waste of time, that's an exercise in being spiteful.
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