Re: but it would explain how many Russian missiles go astray.
They're popping to the shop because there's no milk in the missile?
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Has he even seen the tax cuts the govt. just gave to the rich? Surely now, with all those rich people with cash to spare, the technology thing is just a matter of waiting for it to trickle down!
Stop rubbishing Britain you lefty tabloid marxists!!!
No, the entire article has it, it's about how the right want to make other people behave, how they want to cancel anything that doesn't agree with their viewpoint and how stupid it gets when you start banning books.
The last sentence was the excuse for the stupidity.
It's not difficult to understand unless you're trying not to.
"At the heart of this is our very good reason for being: we connect for good. It's in our bones, and it's what we do, every day. Working remotely, we've lost that deep connection we only get from being together – with each other or with our customers – more often."
For fucks sake, make a proper business case that backs up what you say with some form of evidence or fuck off.
You are really confused.
He signed a deal to pay Twitter well over the market value for ownership of the company. He waived due diligence before signing. Now he wants to get out of it so he's hired very expensive lawyers to try and find a legal loophole.
It doesn't look like there is one.
You'll find a much more detailed article about this here: https://www.techdirt.com/2022/09/12/musk-tries-tries-again-with-yet-another-argument-for-how-he-can-get-out-of-buying-twitter-mudges-severance-package/
Suggest reading a few of their Musk/Twitter articles, they come across as very even handed unlike the mainstream media (and unforch our beloved reg) who seem to always spin things the way Musk wants.
I wonder why?
Not in the slightest.
There's a tiny sliver in truth in there about Twitter providing Musk with figures but this bot thing is total bollocks.
He's signed the deal and now his very expensive lawyers are trying to explain to him that crossing your fingers behind your back when you sign doesn't invalidate it.
... that is really pissed off about getting fired
Hmm, but you don't see a very bruised and frustrated ego that's being told he has to go through with the deal he signed that would actually make him significantly poorer?
"If Musk was behind this he would've made a tweet". If he sees any story related to Twitter he tweets. The fact he hasn't weighed in on this is telling.
Work required has to be refined and ready. Team have to do the work, write the unit tests, get it reviewed and merged. QE have to accept the update, write their own tests, get that merged and ready for review. PO has to sign off on the delivered work. Promote it into production and check it's ok.
Sounds like at least a full days work to me.
And right there is the problem.
As long as the majority believe there's a chance that they could, one day, be the person with all the the wealth they're happy to put up with how unfair this for them now.
Turkey's voting for xmas because it's such a good time for the turkey business.
Yeah, that name is a dead giveaway.
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