Have the car issue a citation and suggest a manufacturer owned rehab facility.
920 posts • joined 18 Sep 2013
Those were the days. I remember thinking a GUI was for people to stupid to learn commands. I also thought no one would ever need more than 64k of RAM. While this needs more than 64k, it is still in ballpark. One member of our astronomy club told me I would find use for a Terabyte if it were available in 1983. I laughed at the absurdity. That said, I will have to dust off my IIc and try to get the program loaded. Wish me luck...
You are a worker drone from the start of Kindergarten! Get with the program you slackers and nogoodniks. Your parents used to walk to school in the snow. You have it easy now that it is warm. Time you learned your place and contribute to your more than fair corporate benefactors.
If you earn enough in adulthood, after learning our lessons, you can become a student in your retirement. Consider that more than fair compensation you ingrate.
from a timeshare company. If you only have a W-2 form from work, then this will work for free, as long as you click past multiple warnings that you might not be getting the best refund. If you have a slightly more complex return, such as a scholarship or a penny of dividend income fork over some real cash. Even then they try to up-sell you to a more expensive version.
I want that!
And I expect to pay thousands each year for updates to make it less defective. Lawyers will eat this stuff up as the body count of pedestrians rises. Next they will want automatic self-tinting glass which will stay too dark to drive unless you re-up your subscription.
On Oahu in Hawaii in the eighties we had an island wide outage which resulted when the backup lines for the largest power plant were down for maintenance and a sugarcane fire caused the mains to arc shutting down the highest capacity power lines. The resulting loss of power caused a cascade of smaller power plant failures as they were not able to isolate themselves from the load and shut down shortly after. It took over a day to get the power up and Hawaiian Electric refused a navy offer to kick start the grid with power from a nuclear submarine. A similar cascading outage happened a couple of years later when a rat chewed up cables under a street in downtown Honolulu.
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