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You can call me Susan if it makes you happy.
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Yes? Spam over document sharing is a thing…
Uhhh. It absolutely does. The government can not punitively discriminate against you for exercising your freedom of speech. It’s literally what it’s there for.
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Roe vs Wade isn’t about abortion. It’s about affirming the right to privacy…
Yours too, even if you’re male. That means medical decisions are now public sphere. Things like a vaccine can be made mandatory, legally. Shit, it’s even about your data privacy.
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If ever a First Amendment violation was on full display……
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If nobody buys it, is it really competition?
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Uhhh. Yes. Since 1999. This is something entirely different and sends the exact latitude and longitude of the call to route it to a more specific call center rather than the tower you’re drawing from which can be 10 miles away, or more.
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It’d be set at "never" since Apple are the ones that suggested it, and it also benefits Macs in addition to all browsers, on any platform.
Yes, the small stores that are quickly dying off because of the inconveniences and burdens they place on shoppers. It’s called the Paradox of Choice most recently; or Analysis Paralysis and Decision Paralysis more broadly. Too many choices is inconvenient, confusing, and bad business.
As someone that works in the card industry currently and in international banking for 16 years prior to that, the interchange fees provide the consumer and retailer incredible value. And the producer of the product you’re concerned with? Yeah, they were paid before their product was even placed into a shipping container with a Letter of Credit.
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Soooo… missing out on an opportunity to use hyperbole, got it.
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No they won’t. Unless we’re only talking about fuel and food, price elasticity will just mean you buy something else, or buy elsewhere. This also ignores the liquidity itself, which is a game one plays to ensure money is on hand as long as possible. Nobody is looking to help consumers here, the actual benefactors will just pocket the savings and boost their own profits.
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It’s… definitely not tedious. Tokenization is now standard for ANSI, PCI, Visa and EMV. If you bank at, or work for, a bank that can’t provide – your question should be why aren’t they up to standard.
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What are you losing, precisely?
Not really. Teams is fairly recently available for retail users and was previously tied to only enterprise licenses of 365. Only approximately a year now?
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There’s at least a clear vision for Tesla that an investor is buying in to. While this is different in that he needs it to go private to make any changes, the vision is… an edit button?
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Useless for everyone. Slow, painful experience. If you’re using it for cameras or video cameras, CF Express has been around almost a decade and costs the same, if not less – so even the slowest CFE card at 2 GB/sec is a mammoth improvement. It’s as useless as a serial port. I’m sure you can find people that have their favorite keyboards around still too, waiting for the return of the serial… but nothing, ever, should be designed for it again.
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It’s always funny when people are aware of key terms and names from 1984 but fail, miserably, to understand what the Ministry of Truth did (or any other key themes from the book)… hint: telling the truth wasn’t what they did. Extra hint: a different group of individuals and television networks would fit perfectly into your failed analogy.
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It’s a real word.