Do you know how many things can go wrong with your car? Your traveling at 50 miles an hour and so is the car coming toward you, their tire blows out or some other mechanical failure and sends their car out of control into yours. What can you do about it?
There are so many different possibilities to encounter on the road as it is. We put a little bit of trust and faith into the mechanisms of our cars, the other drivers on the road and the symbols we use to create order on the road. So, it doesn't really seem to matter.
Of course I support your choice, but the software being a problem? Their is a computer in your car already that can fail, and let's not even talk about flying.”
William J Unverferth Sr on Apr 29, 2014 at 16:27:32
“The mechanical issues have been debugged and refined for 100 years. I'm not trusting my life v 1.0 software.”
“Does he think he sways mindless Americans so much that they will out of some principle not watch The Late Night Show. Wipe the smugness of your face O'Reilly I got news for you Americans do what they want when they want whether it is good or bad for them. Just ask McDonald's”
“I would think people would want to control government to protect their interests. Does that bother the Koch brothers... yes. Because you are collectively controlling his means to produce wealth, by any means possible. If you collectively oppose his will you are infringing on his freedom. This government does not represent a single person and his wealth, it represents the whole of America. That's not only an aspect of Democracy but of a Republic.”
“I have always liked Sam Adams, I can drink a Guinness if it's very cold, Heineken I can hold in my hand and smell it (I drank one Heineken in my entire life and I could not drink another).”
dutchman on Mar 19, 2014 at 14:08:58
“The very sad fact is that not only is the Heineken you can buy in the US truly horrible, but also that the US is also denied the stuff they serve in Holland, which is completely different, and in fact one of my favorite beers.
I have no idea why the American version is so different. I've been told everything from the temperature that its stored and served, to the water used in the process.
But if you ever do find yourself in Holland, do yourself and ask for a "biertje" anywhere where they serve Heineken. If you like Sam Adams (I do, too) you won't be disappointed.”