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Toyota reaches $1.4 billion settlement over acceleration problems
Wed Dec 26, 2012
Because we live in such a litigious society, Toyota is shelling out a billion for something that's unlikely to be their fault. Unintended accelerations are generally bull pucky. They were when Audi was sued and they are now. Almost all such accelerations are the fault of the driver as shown by actua …
Employers tend to hire people they'd like to hang out with
Thu Nov 29, 2012
It doesn't matter how good they are at their job if you can't get along with them. Unlikely they'd be that effective if they were difficult
Chick-fil-A chief: 'We support Biblical families'
Wed Oct 3, 2012
Bible quoters always use the parts that fit their particular hatreds and biases. They ignore the stuff about stoning to death the child that sasses his parents or stoning to death those who commit adultery among many other horrific parts. These people are just hate-based phonies who use made-up reli …
In final public event before debate, Romney plays down expectations
Mon Oct 1, 2012
This is one of the worst political articles in recent days. In no way did the article reflect the headline. Whatever you think of Romney or Obama couldn't possibly be changed by this amateurish piece. This is an insult to journalism.
Apple's Map mea culpa dings company's sterling image
Fri Sep 28, 2012
I don't know what world this "journalist" lives in, but Apple, like all big companies, has made its share of mistakes, including some big ones with previous releases of its iPhones along with attempted coverups and incomplete fixes as mentioned by several posters. Apple hardly has a "sterling" reput …
Will science someday rule out the possibility of God?
Tue Sep 18, 2012
While it's possible that a theory of everything will encompass the entire process of the big bang, dedicated religionists will always find some gap in the scientific description that they can exploit to invoke the actions of a god. The observation that the gods of the gaps have been getting far fewe …
Samsung attacks iPhone 5 with new 'genius' ad
Mon Sep 17, 2012
Both phones are probably great phones. Either has capabilities beyond the skill set of most users. I'm sure Apple could come out with a list in its favor and if you want an iPhone, whether its because you're an Apple loyalist, just like to go along with the crowd, or actually prefer the iPhone 5 fea …
GOP Rep. calls Planned Parenthood 'racist' baby killers
Fri Sep 14, 2012
A "future child" is a really stupid concept. When it was thought that men's sperm embodied the "future child" masturbation was forbidden (as it is in the Judeo Christian Bible, see Onan) or discouraged. We now accept the concept that sperm cells have only half of the required genetic material and ar …
Dude, it's your junk! Pot linked to testicular cancer
Mon Sep 10, 2012
This is an after the fact, backwards crap study and the conclusions aren't at all warranted. It's reminiscent of the stupid studies of years ago where they took people who had some medical problem and discovered that 100% of the marijuana users who had that problem smoked marijuana. This study's not …
Romney attacks Obama on convention speech and jobs numbers
Fri Sep 7, 2012
I'm astounded! Mr. "No Real Plans For Anything Put Forward" has the gall to complain that Obama, who actually has been proactive in this sector, has no real jobs plans! Romney won't tell anyone what he wants to do because: a. he has no clue what he wants to do; b. he's afraid that if anyone finds ou …
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