And yet despite the mountains of evidence, most political stances and people deny that climate change is a real thing. Maybe something like Day After Tomorrow would help them understand.
While this is very interesting, I am still worried about tech evolving to this kind of level. I mean have you ever seen Black Mirror?
Just for you :P
That looks like quite the work out.
Well that is certainly one way to send a message.
AHAHA oh I will have to say I fell for this. That was cute.
I mean, in the US, people have this fear that socialism will bring around the end days or something. The US populace in general has not been properly educated in economics. Especially when you get to the Trump-ette type people.
Oh totally. When the pandemic started I bought a printer to work from home. It did not come with a USB cord and did not support wireless. Same thing, I bought a product I could not use out of the box. I returned it and will never buy another Brother product.
I mean I am all for equality and punishing sexual harassment. I just wish that there were more stories about men being treated this way when they make unwanted advances.
This is an interesting concept. I have looked into UBI, it has worked in some countries. It could do a lot of good.
This is amazing. I thought it was Moana's grandmother there for a second.
This seems counter intuitive to good marketing. I mean a charge costs pennies compared to the phone. So what they are going to do is selling a product that cannot be used right out of the box. I get that most smart phones have wireless charging capability, but that requires a special pad. I think this will get a ton of backlash.
I mean this is about 4 years too late, but hey better late than never. Unfortunately, even if the trump-ettes see how badly he is screwing everyone, they will be like hes my savior and supreme cheetoh.
Is she watching for some hobbits to roll through in barrels?
The symmetry in this picture makes me smile. I love it!
Oh how cute. I love that. Well if I ever find myself in Essex I will have to make the trip to get this.
This was taken on my trip to Guam. I do not think it has a formal name, but it feeds into a small bay on the secluded side of the island. While hiking here it was rumored this creek lead to some ruins of a village but we never found them. I could not tell you what camera was used.