"Today, a car will generate, on average, 15 to 16 MB. Per lap. And we’re talking 50 plus laps."
Is that supposed to be impressive? I assume it's a typo.
91 posts • joined 24 Oct 2007
Redirecting back to the alleged sender of the spam is moronic as the address field will almost certainly be forged, which just creates more junk (aka back-scatter).
What you should be doing is redirecting it to the customer services department of the company who leaked/sold your email address with a message telling them why they have received it.
Would you be in favor of discriminating on grounds of race or sexual orientation then? After all there is bound to be variation in risk among the groups.
As a previous poster said it should be based on your history alone, driving length and your history in that time. If you don't have any driving history you would expect to be worse off that a driver with clean history as there is nothing to judge you by, like with credit ratings.
A significant member of your organization's PC won't boot, you've pulled the HDD out and slaved to in another to get the data, and swapped in a temp PC for the worker. Obviously they've saved all their data locally as they are told not too and the longer it takes you to get them up and running the more earache you'll be getting.
This is only one example, but the generic case is "I need to move a large amount of data as quickly as possible", currently USB removable is the most convenient, even if not always the fastest.
I don't think I have superior intelligence, and I really dont think I'm being a snooty computer type. I've seen what stock spam looks like and if you believe that you are going to make money by acting on those types of emails then you have probably been had with pyramid schemes several times in the past.
Hell, I'd believe cheddathehustler.com before I believed stock spam.
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