What's it doing?
What's it doing?
According to this site, it costs $4,000.
Ack. The post about charging $50 or $100 didn't come up until after I signed in. Naturally, I can't delete the comment I made now.
If there's a steady paycheck in it, I'll believe anything you say.
Ray, when someone asks if you are a god, you say YES!
I fucking loved Winston when I was a kid.
No. There are quite a few megacities. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/...
Mega City One, too, had a "post-scarcity" welfare system where few worked. It worked out rather differently.
Between magma powered energy, government spy drones, the obesity problem with the corresponding fat acceptance demands and the militarization of the police, everything I learned about the future, I learned from reading Judge Dredd comics.
Your reading comprehension skills need improvement. The portion of the Constitution which you butchered with ellipses states that Congress shall have powers in order to do a list of rather specific things.
In addition, if you actually had a clue (which you do not), you would know that the justification accepted by the Supreme Court was the "lay and collect taxes" portion of the Constitution since the law taxes people who do not have health insurance of a sort Congress finds acceptable.
For the same reason that they refer to intermediate cartridges as "high power": journalists are morons.
Is that you, Tipper Gore?
Yet Another Snowden Story. Somebody call me when Slashdot returns. I'm exceedingly tired of the Snowden Network.
I have this truly bizarre UltraSparc laptop. The only two operating systems which will support it are Solaris, obviously, and OpenBSD. Solaris was extremely sluggish whereas OpenBSD with Awesome is quite spry.
"When I'm stuck behind a bixi bike that I can't pass on the Maisoneuve bike lane, it's like driving behind a truck you can't pass."
How does this compare to driving behind slow ass cyclists that you can't pass?
The money burns a hole in your pocket, literally.
While money can't buy happiness, it certainly lets you choose your own form of misery.