If you want to leave at a particular time of day and don’t have a destination in mind, FlightsFrom.com is also a useful tool as it organizes its entire list based on departure times.
And thus we enter the “oh shit, that’s too expensive” stage of the endless NASA human spaceflight mission strategy cycle. We’ve been doing this for almost 2 decades.
I wonder if this explains why my Adblock recently stopped blocking ads on Pandora. Now I get to listen to terrible Subway, Jeep, and Charmin ads all day at work.
Let’s hope that once quantum supremacy is achieved, it’ll follow the same trend of classical computers in the last 5 decades, an unhinged waterfall of advancement. Would really like to see quantum computers become mainstream in my lifetime.
The fake Rolex Daytona 116500LN still costs well over $1,000—but at that price point, you’re actually getting a really decent timepiece that should keep time almost as well as a real Rolex does
At 2:11, it looked like the car was scraping the track? Little white marks appeared on the track behind the car. I wonder if that’s common for cars this low, or if they have a suspension issue.
I visited about 7 years ago and it was crowded enough without a cruise ship present. Can’t imaging how bad it was with an extra few thousand people packed in.
Apologies, I obviously struck a nerve here. I definitely agree that there are many smart and highly educated people solving complex problems in IT support. My only intent was to point out that you can get into the field with a fairly low level of education compared to what was required 20-30 years ago.
Yeah, unfortunately many brands that built their reputation on high quality and reliability seem to have succumbed to modern profit optimization. These days I mostly stick with cheap brands knowing the more expensive stuff really won’t last much longer.
Yep. We’re nowhere near the level of AI/automation that would put vast number of people out of work. There will just be a gradual shift from low-tech to high-tech jobs. Then as the technology matures, those jobs will become more and more accessible.
Ok, thanks for letting me know. I appreciate you checking the IDs of everyone who has visited this article.
Honestly they might. Most large companies have marketing research people who’s duties now include collecting data from the internet.
Oh there’s no way North Face could afford that. They probably barely make a profit off those jackets they sell for $500 apiece.
Surge pricing is pretty nuts at Reagan to begin with. I paid (well, my company paid) almost $100 for a ~30min trip once when I flew in on a Friday night. I’ve paid less than $40 for the same trip arriving at other times.
Yep. I plan on doing this in my basement when I finish it. Then moving to the rest of the house if I like it.
Yeah, if it were actually 6" high I would maybe be on his side, but they look a lot shorter than that.
This. It’s incredibly easy to stay rich if you’re already rich. Aside from just being able hire smart people to help you earn money with your money, even a few modest investments made by the ultra-wealthy provides more than enough interest to live off of for life.
Love that “body panels strapped on with duct tape” paint scheme.
I like the description of the most critical range of over-pressure: “sand explodes.” That’s when you know you’re in trouble.
Agreed. VR CAD is getting pretty slick, but still has a looong way to go before it can beat out a traditional CAD power-user at a desktop with a space mouse and hot keys galore.