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Free but Cannot Steal [closed]
My guess is hairbecause: Most people (but not all) have hair. It does cost anything to grow it. And if you steal hair from someone, that's illegal1. Do you steal towels from hotels?unless you go to REALLY sleazy hotels ($40 a night and charge by the hour) they track when you get towels and how many fancy places have trackers for every room. you cant steal anything from those hotels.. its all for sell. they can and will charge you if they think you stole something.2. Is Adobe aware that there are people out there who steal their products?That's the whole point behind licensing. But despite this and other efforts, pirates are typically a step ahead.3. How hot does steal have to be in order for it to melt?Steel melts at around 1370 C, about 2500F4. Reinforcing an enemy to steal their wheat?Yes it's a bad idea, but if you was a large inactive neighbor that you can not destroy (loses so catastrophic you can not fix 0_o) then send one defence unit is a good idea.....Sooner than later a player will attack you can then see the destruction and hence know the army you need to destroy and WHEN!!5. Did Transformers steal from Lord of the Rings?It's not stealing, it's just a cliche. Luke, it is your destiny. Frodo, it is your destiny. Potter, it is your destiny. Neo, It is your destiny. :)6. who is the biggest steal in draft history??kobe... number 13 from lower merion high school... how did the lakers know he would be a superstar?7. should i steal my friends homecoming date?umm i would talk to him first! tell him what the chick said! dont want you to fighting!!! hope this helps!!!8. Why steal the egg twice in Oceans Twelve?You need to understand the premise of the film... It starts with Terry Benedict hunting them all down to get his money back (nearly $200m) or he will kill them all.Now they do not have that money, some have lost it all, some have lost a little. So they cannot get the money back to pay him back. Therefore they have to come up with a plan to pay him back. Toulour has plenty of cash, and only steals for fun, so they hatch a plan to get him to pay it for them and that is why they go through the entire thing. They steal the egg without his knowledge and let him think he's better by stealing it himself etc. I think there's plenty of holes in the entire plan, but it's fun nonetheless9. DESPERATE FRIEND TRYING TO STEAL MY HUSBAND TO BE....?No body can harm ur relationship unless ur husband is willing to do so...Faith & Trust always starts from us...If ur husband is true to u, then no body could harm ur marriage...no matter how much effort they put into10. How to make the settlers STEAL my stuff?You could encourage an attack by keeping defenses to a minimum and resources high, then leave weapons in conveniently located containers and hopefully the settlers decide to grab the equipment for the fight. However, this is far from a guarantee and obviously encouraging an attack on your settlement is not optimal. But as kalina also stated in their answer, there is no way to "equip all settler with this stuff I do not want". Unfortunately, it's a very micromanagement "need" with no non-micromanagement solution. (a micromanaged solution is obviously to talk and manually trade/equip, which you already seem to know about)11. Why would a person steal panties?creepy... I think it's just a fetish he's got there, as disturbing as it may be12. Who wants to help people steal?Well im sure you understand, that such methods of stealing are seen more as "Hey im getting this expensive program for free, that was much easier than paying $200 for the same exact thing!" In this day and age people are more focused on how these downloads benefit them, not how they hurt the companies that create the product. Yes you can illegally obtain a copy of certain programs that are cracked, however you might sacrifice some things. For example, you can download a .iso file to play a certain game, but then the user has to figure out how to mount the image properly which requires additional programs and etc, some cracks might not work, some you have to tweak. Bottom line is, instead of going for a more expensive albeit higher quality product, many people would rather travel the cheapest route just to save a buck and just ignore the morality of it.
Auto Loans, Part 5: the Press Forgot to Ask About the Cost to the Taxpayer
Auto Loans, Part 5: the Press Forgot to Ask About the Cost to the Taxpayer
As I explained yesterday in part 4 of this series, the President delivered different substantive messages to General Motors and Chrysler. I would like now to focus on one element of that message, because there’s an enormous hole in yesterday’s announcement, and it appears that the press missed it. It appears that the Administration did not say how much additional taxpayer funding it is committing over the next 60 days.We do know from the President’s remarks and from the White House fact sheet that part of the message delivered to Chrysler was:We will subsidize you through April 30th so you have time to try to merge with Fiat.We’ll consider subsidizing the merger with Fiat by up to $6 billion of taxpayer funds, as long as we get paid back first.We also know that part of the message delivered to General Motors was:We will “provide [fusion_builder_container hundred_percent=”yes” overflow=”visible”][fusion_builder_row][fusion_builder_column type=”1_1" background_position=”left top” background_color=”” border_size=”” border_color=”” border_style=”solid” spacing=”yes” background_image=”” background_repeat=”no-repeat” padding=”” margin_top=”0px” margin_bottom=”0px” class=”” id=”” animation_type=”” animation_speed=”0.3" animation_direction=”left” hide_on_mobile=”no” center_content=”no” min_height=”none”][you] with working capital for 60 days to develop a restructuring plan and a credible strategy to implement such a plan.”The press could have reported yesterday’s story as, “President Obama today committed to put another $X billion of taxpayer funds at risk to save the auto industry, as he extended the loans provided by President Bush in December. He gave Chrysler a hard deadline, and promised taxpayers that they would spend no more than $Y billion to help Chrysler avoid bankruptcy. He made no similar commitment to taxpayers on General Motors, promising only that they would pay for at least enough to ‘provide [General Motors] with working capital for 60 days. These new commitments of taxpayer funds will come from the shrinking remainder of the $700 B of TARP funds appropriated by the Congress last September, leaving less to address the President’s goals in stabilizing the financial system.” I have seen no reporting like this, and I cannot see any evidence of the White House press corps asking what X and Y are.Two reporters appear to have come close. In yesterday’s White House press briefing, one asked White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs the following:Q: … One of the very big debt holders to these two companies right now is the United States government and the United States taxpayer. Is part of why it looks like the White House is being tougher on these companies the fact that that taxpayer money isn’t going to come back, because once you go into bankruptcy or writing down debt, the taxpayer money is also in jeopardy — unlike the banks, which claim they’re going to pay it back eventually?…Q: And are the taxpayers one of those stakeholders at this point that’s going to have to make an additional sacrifice?MR. GIBBS: Well, I — the President believes that the decision will put these companies on the best path forward and ultimately putting them on that stable and strong path to where they’re regaining market share and they’re selling automobiles is the best way for the taxpayer to recoup the money that has been loaned to Chrysler and GM.Yes, sir.Q: For the taxpayer that you’re trying to protect, what can you tell that person will be different under the new management of GM that was not true yesterday?MR. GIBBS: Well —Q: What will Rick Wagoner’s departure mean in the next 60 days that was not achievable with him at the top of the company?I compliment these two reporters for at least asking about the taxpayer. They just need to get a little more specific.The President’s immediate actions were to extend the March 31st deadline to April 30th, as he is permitted to do by the terms of the loans we issued in December, and also to commit new but unspecified amounts of taxpayer funding to keeping GM and Chrysler from having to file for bankruptcy over the next 30 (Chrysler) and at least 60 (GM) days.We do not know how much more these new commitments will cost the taxpayer (and squeeze the TARP). We know that $29.9 B has already been loaned or committed to these two manufacturers, their suppliers, and now auto parts suppliers:($ B)Auto manufacturers…. General Motors$13.4…. Chrysler$4Auto finance companies…. GMAC(including $1B from US Treasury → GM → GMAC)$6…. Chrysler Financial$1.5Auto parts suppliers$5Total$29.9We also know that the Administration is willing to sweeten a Chrysler-Fiat deal by “up to $6 billion,” with a list of conditions. It appears that Sheryl Stolberg and Bill Vlasic misreported this in today’s New York Times as “will consider giving $6 billion in additional taxpayer aid.” There is a big difference between “up to $6 billion, if you meet certain conditions,” and “$6 billion.” The Administration has left themselves room to bargain with Chrysler-Fiat any number between $0 and $6 billion.The White House staff deserve credit for managing the press to frame the story in a way that benefits the President.Sunday afternoon the press learned that General Motors CEO Rick Wagoner would be stepping down at the request of the White House. This is irresistible to the press.Sunday evening, reporters were briefed (I will guess by phone) by “senior officials.”Monday morning, the President gave his remarks.Like a bird that cannot resist looking at a shiny object, the press focused their initial coverage on Mr. Wagoner’s departure. (I intend no disrepect to Mr. Wagoner by this comparison.)The President’s remarks then gave them plenty of new material for their stories. Faced with impending deadlines and a tidal wave of new information, most of them combined the information they were given with some outside analysis, producing the coverage you see in today’s papers.If you read Mr. Gibbs’ press briefing yesterday, you will see that almost all of the questions are about Mr. Wagoner’s departure, or about comparing the government’s treatment of the auto companies compared to its treatment of Wall Street firms. Today’s coverage discusses in detail what might happen to these companies 30 or 60 days from now. 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Is LSU the Most Overrated Team in College Football History?
Is LSU the Most Overrated Team in College Football History?
I do not think they were the most overrated team of this year, so no. Michigan actually started the season in the top 251. Can college football players play after graduation?No.The NCAA has eligibility rules.First and foremost, under no circumstances can you be on a team's roster for more than four academic seasons. No ifs, ands, or buts about that.Second, you can not have academic eligibility for more than five years, and that assumes you are not on the roster for the first full academic year. That's colloquially called "redshirting". If you sit out your first year while you attend school, you are only eligible for the next four academic years in all cases.Third, you must be taking a minimum amount of academic credits each year. You do not have to take a full load (you can do a four-year degree in five years, no problem) but you do have to meet the minimum. If you are not taking the minimum number of courses, you can not play and it costs you a year of eligibility in any case.If, by some miracle, you redshirt the first year and take a full load of courses each year, and meet the academic GPA minimum, once you receive your degree, you can not then go back and take more courses. You can get eligibility if you get into a graduate program, but that's exceedingly rare.2. The most disappointing year in college football???I do not think it was disappointing. I thought it was exciting and showed why you have to play every game, and can not take any team for granted. The teams had to continue to work hard to win3. What's the best College football/College basketball, school?As of today, Texas, ranked 3rd in both football and basketball. Do not expect that to last though, Texas just lost their best player to a knee injury last night. Texas is 2nd in baseball, losing to LSU in the National Championship. Overall, we have a very good sports class this year4. What college football games are most excited for today?Texas and TTech Go TTech Florida vs Georgia which is turning out to be not even close Oregon State vs Arizona State, if Oregon State can win the rest of their game USC misses the rose bowl5. In college football, is the BCS system a fair system?Ask Boise State. Undefeated and no chance for a National Championship. BSC sucks6. Help with English Paper on College Football?penn state because joe paterno is a legend7. When are College Football preseason rankings announced?i imagine they many times pop out in early August. As for Georgia, i imagine they are going to be an exceptional crew, in all likelihood second contained in the SEC East in the back of Florida. i imagine there is definitely a large hollow between them and Tennessee, South Carolina, Kentucky, and Vanderbilt.8. Upsets for college football this weekend?Boise State could very well lose, it depends on how good Washington really is. I do not really know how good they are yet, so it will be interesting to finally find out. I also like the possiblity of TCU over Texas. Texas really seemed to struggle with lowly Arkansas State, but first games can be deceiving. I think the sleeper upset, if there is one this weekend could be USF over Auburn. USF seems pretty decent and Auburn was unimpressive against Kanas State last week.9. Is this good enough to play MLB or SS for Junior College football?California Bakersfield is o.k. You should play football middle linebacker.10. What is your favorite college football stadium?Steve Spurrier-Florida Field at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium.Hot, muggy and Loud. A nightmare for opponents. Used to be a hard ticket to score. I've seen many changes to the stadium since my first game in 1966.2. Florida State's stadium. A state built edifice, built with state and student monies. Nevertheless, it is a beautiful stadium. Annoying band. 3. Williams-Brice Stadium, Columbia, SC. Home of the USC Gamecocks. A good place to watch football, excellent tailgating, superb post-game (win or lose) knowledgeable (and genteel) fans.4. LSU Tiger Stadium (Death Valley) Fans are insane. totally. Like me.Psst... It's Great to be a Florida Gator!!!.
Apple Launched a Number of Mini LED Screen Products at the End of 2020, Which Can Realize Thinner an
Apple Launched a Number of Mini LED Screen Products at the End of 2020, Which Can Realize Thinner an
According to industry sources, Apple plans to launch a 12.9-inch iPad pro and a variety of MacBook laptops with mini LED screens by the end of 2020.This is consistent with the information shared by analyst Guo mingpeng earlier this week. He said that apple is developing six products with mini LED display, which will be released by the end of 2020, including the new 12.9-inch iPad pro, 10.2-inch iPad, 7.9-inch ipad Mini, 27 inch IMAC pro, 14 inch macbook pro and 16 inch MacBook Pro.Guo Mingxuan also pointed out that the new IMAC Pro is expected to be released in the fourth quarter of 2020. Apple has not updated IMAC Pro since it was first released in December 2017, so users have been waiting for this update for a long time.DIGITIMES claims that Apple will also use mini LED backlight for "some models of LCD displays", but it is unclear whether this refers to IMAC / IMAC pro or a separate display. Apple's high-end Pro display XDR uses 576 LEDs, but it is not a mini LED display. In contrast, the first iPad and MacBook equipped with mini LED backlight are expected to have more than 10000 LEDs.Guo Mingyu previously said that the mini LED backlight display will allow thinner and lighter product design, and provide many of the same advantages as the OLED display used on the latest iPhone, including good color gamut performance, high contrast and dynamic range, and local dimming to obtain more pure black.Guo Mingxuan also said that EPISTAR, Taiwan's largest LED manufacturer, will become one of the suppliers of Apple's iPad and MacBook.
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