Re: "the vehicle can communicate with all manner of electronic devices"
Anyone seen John Connor?
3484 posts • joined 6 Aug 2011
It's all well and good, but when you have people using illegal materials - or materials rated incorrectly - all of this goes out of the window.
It'd be great if we could trust people to do their jobs, from the people living/working there through to the people selling the materials to the builders, but at some point in the chain the ball is dropped - or something is changed for "value engineering" - that starts hacking away at the trust you can have in a location.
The reason Firefox is in decline is because the world's most popular website doesn't suggest - or force - you to install it.
That's the reason Chrome is popular. No one, other than the wise, gives a shite about privacy. So long as they're concerned, if they can't work out how to make money from their privacy, it surely means no one else can make money from it. So why bother?
Religion is just an excuse.
They have, quite rightly, been doing well. Growing economy etc. But because of the die hard belief in their caste system, those who had something got more, while those who have nothing got less, and don't you dare ever question the logic behind it all. Pictures we see on the TV aren't of those in higher castes as they have the money, and don't believe in helping those below them.
It's sad, incredibly sad, and desperate. But for once, religion isn't to blame with this one. It's man's belief that they're better than someone who has less money than them.
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