good moneysaving plan guys
sack all the QA leads and move the testers somewhere else
I don't see how that could possibly come back to bite you later
573 posts • joined 14 Nov 2012
Simply because the price for drugs is massively inflated by the prohibition
you've never had to live in middlesbrough. Cheapest drugs in the land, absolute shithole with zombies everywhere asking for 20p or just being content with flogging your stolen TV for a fiver because they can get a decent hit of heroin for a quid
i love your romanticised view of drugs but try living where it actually affects people who don't choose to do drugs
VPNMentor also went into a little detail about those who had bought sex toys from the site, including a Pakistani man who'd treated himself to three dildos. Highlighting Pakistan's backwards attitude to LGBT rights, VPNMentor said "this information could mean a literal death sentence for this user". ®
Maybe it was for all the hot lady senoritas he has, playa
Zuckerberg: OK, all right! Thank you. Now that brings me to a bigger concern: our public image. As you know we take our users' privacy very seriously…
All: Very seriously.
Amazing! I can imagine them all reciting that in response to that sentence every single time it's said like in hot fuzz, "the greater good"
The paying more and charging less I don't realllly have a problem with, but this:
Uber is accused of developing a system to book Sidecar rides and then cancel them at the last minute in order to disrupt its business and undermine trust in its service.
I have absolutely no trouble whatsoever in believing
-cost of fixing "legacy" issues (called such even though they're actually "current" issues): weeks to months of dev-time with no new shiny to show the top brass
-cost of not fixing: ~£77m, more after loss of reputation, custom and future custom
lessons learned industry-wide: probably 0
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