Look you are absolutely missing the forest for the trees here. Given all of what transpired Lorena did the same damn thing that so many “masculine power fantasy” authors have done.
From what I have been reading the ones that sank are either modded (extended without re-engineering) or knock-offs by third parties.
Knowing how to lampshade the comic past is something the MCU has done pretty well. Though yeah Luke Cage’s writers and costume designers seem to have done lots of weekend work because that show was way better than “The fourth Defender” implied and I am sad to see it go.
You are gonna stan for a person pulling in an 8 figure annual in this forum?
Top End leadership in the post Reagan era has generated something like 120% increase in profitability in exchange for about a 20x increase in compensation.
When I was a wee lad in high school the 1998 Subaru Outback with a manual was pretty darn cool.
It was the hero car of my school cause my mom as a teacher was able to drive kids home in her outback (banging gears…
It’s only illegal if the car is unattended. For a 2-5 minute idle are you really running back inside your house for that 1 minute and then back out? Why not scrape off the exterior or do a quick tire pressure check?
I assume Ohio might get similar.
Then why reply with:
The entire middle paragraph is a featureset that all listed competitors to TurboTax now have.
And that’s your position, just don’t be all “OH MY GOD WHY IS MY DISMISSIVE OPINION UNPOPULAR?”
Um most online filing tools cover all of those things and the wirecutter article does a great job explaining which ones do which well. Its almost like you came here to just spout.
Taxact is literally the same kind of software and does similar work. They provided a meaningful alternative you just ignored it so you could astroturf for Turbotax.
Taxact is a perfectly fine competitor that handles complex filing scenarios and isn’t a pile of ethical conundrums. https://thewirecutter.com/money/best-tax-software/
There are half a dozen totally workable options that isn’t Intuit derived and its just lazy to say you don’t have any other options.
It’s also important to note that it’s not the bottom end that defines the problem but the band between the top and bottom. Heat can also cause those tracks to expand which means that if you make them able to handle -40 they will buckle during the inevitable 100 F day.
There has been the ask for a “safe self-shutdown” sealed reactor system that in the case of any foreseeable failure smothers the ongoing reactions and goes as inert as reasonable until reactivated or decommissioned.
Oh I hate Howard Shultz so yeah I should reconfigure my complaint here:
Billionaires have a role, its to give away their fortunes not f-up the governance.
Yeah I totally agree, there is a place for where billionaires can do good and its in charitable giving not running the country.
Look you can be all jaded and such but the Gates Foundation is the gold standard of a charitable NGO doing good. As for Buffett while he personally doesn’t run the charities he gives to he’s pushed for more chartable giving so far than anything I can think of back to the introduction of the F-the Rockefeller tax.
IF you don’t mention Melinda, Buffett or Bill you are forgetting the good that billionaires can do. That said they pay way too little tax.