I don’t know that the power windows analogy fits. There are a lot of people out there who just don’t need or want a touchscreen capable laptop. I’m certainly one of them. It’s just an opportunity for more fingerprints and it doesn’t make me any more productive for the type of work I do.
They would be profitable if they didn’t have pension funding requirements placed on them that are unmatched for any other public business. Republicans passed a poison pill law to fool people into thinking USPS isn’t self sufficient in order to try to privatize it. Don’t fall for it. Read more
Remove the pre-funding of the pensions requirement and the USPS would much more stable.
I think this is a small step back in exterior design and a major step back in interior design from the current C. I know screens are all the rage, but the sheer amount of buttons on the steering wheel (there are two directional pads! Four shelves of buttons? Why??), general cluttered feeling of MBUX and the fact that… Read more
The door could have actually supported both Rose and Jack, but not Rose, Jack and the plot.
I think that her statement can be true and yet also flippant and remorseless. While prisons definitely need a massive overhaul and shift away from punishment and toward individualized rehabilitation, this particular woman is such a piece of work that I translate her little diatribe to: “Well, there was nothing in it… Read more
Yep, I’ve been at it for a while now and I don’t bother with margin or options. Yeah the allure of seeing some insane gains is there but the old tried and true works for a reason.