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... To lose EVERYTHING at once!
Believe it. At least, that the scam worked (though I don't know the guy being discussed here).
I saw the same method, published in a counter-culture magazine (Mother Earth News? I forget...) in the late '70s. The details are familiar to me, and I've known all my adult life that airlines double-book as a result.
The same mag also got my late-teens self off the couch to collect high-tread used tires from gas stations (back when gas stations had mechanics, kids...), load 'em in Mom's station wagon and sell 'em to the tire store in the run down part of town, where they got sold on to folks with not much money.
Useful publication, gave me pocket money all the time.
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C'moon, really? If your high school can cut it on, who can't?
This is really it.
In what way is ISIS an "existential threat" to the USA, if toddlers with guns kill roughly three times as many citizens?
Try not to get any of that on you. It doesn't wipe off.
My friend, for less than HALF that price, I'll sell you a mosquito-repelling rock! Shoots ultrasound waves. Humans can't hear 'em. This netting acts as an antenna. And it WORKS! There are no mosquitoes in here, right?
I mean, he's already behind on child support, and he's selling blood plasma just to make ends meet!
That's Bill through and through - just a lot of big talk.
... And anyone who promises you that there is, does not understand the problem space.
CMS work is all about fit-to-purpose. Best for $0? Best at serving to HTML, docx and PDF from a single source? Best at delivering atomic content? Best at personalization? Best content author experience? WCM or ECM?
Suggest you start to read CMSWire, look at the material from Real Story Group (and consider buying one of their reports or request an engagement), read up on Karen McGrane's thoughts on API-delivered content, and the approach NPR used (VERY good, but no vendor does it this way).
There's no substitute for learning about the domain, and no other way to do it, other than hire a consultant who knows the domain and praying you got the right consultant. If you did get the right one, she'll make you answer many of the questions I ask above and more, and you'll probably have to learn about the domain anyway.
YouTube chokes less for me (Core2Duo, OS X), but it's still astonishingly difficult to get it to pause, switch back from full screen (takes 30 seconds or so), or return control of the browser.
Why is this so hard for Firefox? Seems like Chrome gets it right...
The app so nice, they had to name it twice?
Or maybe it's an Application Application because of two-factor?
Nice of the FBI to be concerned about our privacy. They're always so thoughtful.
Do you suffer painful illumination? -- Isaac Newton, "Optics"