Opinion pieces dressed up with a few circumstantial details is all it takes to be considered journalism now?
Even after her lawsuits cherry picking votes in Democrat-favored counties she couldn’t gather enough to force a runoff. Lots of cries of voter suppression and yet couldn’t produce a single eligible person whose vote wasn’t counted. She’s the epitome of a sore loser.
I enjoy “authentic” restaurants because I get to experience another culture’s cuisine that I haven’t had the time or money to experience through travel. Is that not the opposite of white supremacy? This is preferred over an Americanized version (e.g. Tex-Mex or Panda Express) run by some wealthy restaurateur or group that has diluted and/or appropriated elements of the culture for financial gain.
There’s something for everyone in the plan, and probably more room for negotiation. I hope Nancy Pelosi steps up.
Diversity (or lack of it) isn’t what is hurting Oracle and Palantir. It is operating under a dead CAPEX sales model that is killing them. Both missed the boat on cloud.
Less Native American blood than the average American.
I can’t believe I’m going to agree with George Soros on something, but Facebook IS a “menace to society.”
“Snags with the back-end technology used to support the service made some customer-service functions tedious and time-consuming, adding costs for the company”
This is what happens when you treat technology as a support function with limited resources.
Until 5G comes out, there is little reason to buy the latest and greatest.
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