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I was forced to sell back some vacation time to the company with the new fiscal year. It sucks to sell it back, but as a consequence I have about $2,000 I didn't have before.
What would you spend it on?
I'm thinking of banking the money, but also considering a Vegas blowout.
Option 2. It's like you've never seen a cartoon before.
It's true though
there is no way that russia and nato are going at war.
If the cold war didn't spark that conflict, there is no way that a lone jet will cause it. No politician is that ******ed. If bloodthirsty Stalin didn't do it and trigger happy reagan didn't do it, I think it's safe to say that we're past the risk
Yet Iraq is somehow still in turmoil.
Does turkey have nuclear weapons?
Because NATO could just nuke the fuck out of them. That way the Russians don't have to worry about invading their airspace anymore. It's the only possible solution here.
I hope NATO has an opt out clause when the country that gets attacked by russia .Asked for it.
Voters are skeptical enough of her. What incentive does she have to completely ignore public opinion, risk losing her legacy, and risk her husband's legacy, as well as harming the Democratic Party?
There's no way he would get the nomination
Foreign policy is always a problem, don't be so naive yo
You need to calm down brah. Hillary's gonna happen so just accept it
That military industrial complex shit is hilarious because Eisenhower (the guy who popularized the term) would have loved Obama's airstrike strategies. In fact Eisenhower would in general be like "oh wow this [black dude] in office right now is pretty much holding strong to the ideals of the GOP" and then he'd tell Rand Paul to get off his lawn.
Sanders idealism is funny, thinking he is a godsend who will transform US politics and what not. Hillary wouldn't be so bad because since she will more than likely be more concerned about opinions of her and therefore be malleable towards the public. She can be molded and in a way that's a good thing.
I don't see what's so scary about that list. Also if you look at Bernie Sanders' top contributors, it's all unions. Literally all just unions, lol. Get real.
The only reason she's a shoe in is because all the democrats are too scared to oppose her.
looked at the FF7 achievement list on steam and one is to master every materia thought ok i have a couple thousand hours to kill why not
then i remembered some materia is only obtainable through chocobo racing so f that
What are people expecting from this FFVII remake? I was debating with my mate how far they'll stick to the originals. Same camera style as VII or adopt the third person camera used in more modern FFs? Same turn based battle system or revamp it?
i wanna read some david foster wallace but does he have any great fiction that isn't really long? i don't have time for infinite jest right now lol. and i wanna read consider the lobster but i know it's a collection of essays, what does that mean exactly?
Feel free to continue being wrong and a noob without a clue.
This has to be the most pointless and miniscule "problem" complaint I've ever heard.
But what can your fancy vegan diet do for me? I don't like chickpeas.
I seriously have no idea what you're trying to argue here. Are you saying that you would prefer to access everything on the web through a browser instead of accessing each site individually through dedicated applications?
Because if so, I disagree. A huge part of the web experience is the interface. A UI designed specifically for each site is much easier to use than trying to make a web browser that's capable of displaying every single web page in a way that's intuitive and easy to read/navigate.
But that's not how the internet works. That's not how it has ever worked. People make things with technology, THEN the standards are created. Rarely has it ever been the other way around.
Alright lemme try and be serious about the topic.
Once, mobile phones weren't able to connect to the internet, and applications like games were already installed on the devices.
Then connecting to the internet to browse the web using phones wasn't common, so they invented a system with which you could install applications on your phones, whether you downloaded them from you computer or from your phone.
Then iPhone's came out and mobile applications got to be called "app's" and they became what they are now.
Thing is, apps as we now know them can do things that web pages can't, and your idea of downloading an app on the fly when you need it defeats one purpose of it.
Say I wanna get a notification whenever my tumblr feed gets updated.
Now I could use an RSS reader, subscribe to my tumblr feed to get notified everytime the thing gets updated, receive a notification by the RSS reader about who know what everytime something happens, check out what the bling is about this time, click on/touch the link for the phone to open the browser and bring me to my tumblr feed page.
Or I could just download the tumblr app, which is free and which avoids me downloading all of the tumblr graphics so I can save bandwidth and which I know what notifies me about and which is pretty light and which is a frontend better than the tumblr mobile website.
So apps help you save time.
Also apps can do things your web page can't do.
Take a picture from a blackberry for example, which you can easily do with the blackberry tumblr app.
I don't really know if there's a blackberry tumblr app but you get my point.
As for the free-ness and open-ness on the web, I don't really see why they would spend resources in a photoshop web page when they could get paid developing a photoshop app in your phone.
I mean, there wouldn't be paid apps, but it's not like they would offer the same content for free if they couldn't sell it through an app store.
Then, to work half fine your app idea would have to work in a VM if ya ask me - installing and uninstalling an android app on the fly on the phone's main system itself (which still is a VM for that matter) wouldn't really take a couple second each time, and making a VM in a VM would make the thing pretty ****ing slow.
That is with android phone - I don't think you can run an iOS virtual machine in an iPhone or iPad, and I also don't think an app could have enough system privileges to install and uninstall apps on apple devices - you would need to pass through the app store, of which another app can't take control, and in that time you would be better off downloading the thing by yourself.
Or even better, downloading if you think you'll need it and keep it there, 'cause in the end that's what apps are for imo.
Why? Sometimes my steak isnt enough so I like to get a soup and a salad.
Why are they bad?
Though read this - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Deep_Web
So you can be a real freedom hipster.
And stop whining, today's much better than yesterday for more reasons that the contrary.
Air conditioning and buildings' thermal insulation used to suck in the '70s.
Now we still can listen to '70s music, though in our homes that we can maintain to fairly high heat for not that much money.