You're thinking about Windows 95, 98, etc.
He's talking about NT.
You're thinking about Windows 95, 98, etc.
He's talking about NT.
It doesn't matter. He's not going to win. If you vote Libertarian now, you might have a COUPLE of libertarian candidates to chose from in the next cycle, and you might have a Libertarian on the debate stage to push the Republican candidate slightly further into the Libertarian positions.
You are not voting for Johnson, you are voting for a third party. You should do it, because the current two are crap.
In 12 years, either the Libertarian party will have replaced the Republican party, or (much more likely) the Republican party will embrace more Libertarian ideas, but only if you vote Libertarian now. Johnson as a person is unimportant.
(I also think Democrats outside of swing states should vote libertarian, because I think a Libertarian win will also improve push the Democratic platform. It's a win-win for either party.)
Voting for Stein won't get you any power. Her numbers are too small. If she gets 4% (which would be amazing) it won't influence anyone or get reported.
Voting for the pot-head-know-nothing (true or not) Johnson will accumulate some numbers in that bucket, and 6% or 7% of electorate voting for him will get him in the news, and perhaps get his successor on a debate stage.
I'd personally rather we had a decent Green candidate to vote for, but we don't. And even if we did, right now voting Johnson would be the better strategic move. Giving a third party more power will also help a fourth.
Really, she's not. And it's not because of all the trumped up crimes/lies/etc. They really don't matter.
She's not fine because she's a warmonger and in the pocket of the financial industry. So in four, or ugh, EIGHT years we will emerge deeper in debt, more hated, and less financially secure. The 1% will make out like bandits under her and the economy will flounder even more, since no one but the ultra-rich have the money to spend on anything to keep the economy working. (She's the only major candidate, for example, who supports H-1Bs.)
There are three kinds of states: Ones where Hillary will stomp Trump, ones which will vote him in just because he has an R next to his name no matter what, and ones where there's actually some sort of contest. If you're in either of the first two types of states, you need to vote for Johnson because your vote doesn't count unless you do, and it counts big time if you do.
If you're a Republican, you need to send a message to your party that letting this kind of crap happen is unacceptable. You WILL leave if they pitch for racism and stupidity.
If you're a Democrat, you need a to send a message to your party that you don't want a another Nixon-Republican pretending to be a Democrat. We've had one for eight years already. If they don't give you someone worth voting for, you WILL leave. (They currently think all the Bernie people will vote Clinton. Show them otherwise.)
You might think you could do the same by voting Green or writing-in a candidate, but that won't get reported because the numbers will be too small. A 10% showing for Johnson will get him on the cover of just about all the remaining print media and scare the CRAP out of both the big parties.
So there are a handful of states where it makes sense to vote for the Rep. or the Dem. But for all the other states, everyone who reads/thinks should vote for Johnson.
It doesn't matter how bad Johnson is. I don't want him as president, but that doesn't matter. He is fit for purpose: to scare the parties into worrying about the electorate, which is something they generally don't give a damn about. If you want an acceptable Republican or Democrat candidate in the next election, you need to vote for Johnson.
You finally have what Neato Robotics have been doing since 2010.
But I guess you're cleverer than them -- you charge literally twice as much for a bot that does it.
Are you new to this country?
I think if you read the actual agreement, I suspect it says "We promise to pay women just as much as we pay our male H1-Bs."
Compare it to "Brexit".
Oh, and I want to drive the 4k screen at 60Hz, so displayport is a requirement.
OK, I'm off-topic, but what's the best fanless video card? I want to run a 4k screen on my Linux box but don't care much about performance (no games) and want my machine to be quiet/silent.
The right way to think about this is "how much pain will it cause the people connected to you?" You can definitely find a way do yourself in painlessly. That's easy. What's hard is living after a brother, friend, son, etc. has killed himself.
Set aside the bible stuff about people who destroy what god gave them going to hell. That's twaddle.
Killing yourself makes you a prick. Only an inconsiderate, self-centered ass would do that to the people around him.
If you're now disposable, do what you need to do to make your life interesting. Take up sky-diving. Become a commercial diver. Get a job working with explosives. Become a war photographer. As soon as you decide you're disposable, you have the opportunity to do things which are not available to other people because they're frightened. Go do something valuable for yourself or others.
These are the steps, in order, Microsoft will go through:
Microsoft will work on a self-driving car for a very short time and figure out they cannot do it fast enough to compete.
They'll partner with another company. There will be lots of hoopla, but nothing will come of it, and the partnership will dissolve.
They'll buy a company which is well-respected and doing well/poised to succeed. It will rapidly go down the toilet and they'll sell it.
[ optional step ] They'll come out with their own product too late.
They'll partner with successful companies to get hooks into cars which link to their other products. This will be marginally profitable. They will attempt to use this to gain as much leverage as possible. This may or may not be successful, but will anger people.
Python's not as bad as it could be. It's tedious, but relatively clear. I think it's a fine language for other people to program in.
This is such a great idea. I've always wanted to remove the separation between simple execution scripts and complex code which is difficult to understand. it really bugs me that we have these "standards" which simplify portability and make things clear.
Ideally in a few years, we will have inscrutable, half-assed code all over the execution space. This will give people the opportunity to learn python so they can debug simple execution wrappers. EXCELLENT!
But if it's not ready yet, we don't have to wait for it... we can simply replace all the
If you put a frog in cold water and turn up the heat, it eventually JUMPS OUT. This has been tested.
Slippery slope: Yes
Frog boiling: No
I've looked at the listing, and it's right! -- Joel Halpern