Imagine some government busybody decides you're using too much
electricity and gets a warrant to search your home for anything
incriminating. It already goes on. You fail to pay a parking
ticket and the city contacts the power company to switch off
your power. The perils of too much control made too easy is a
slippery slope. There are those in government who want to make
all money electronic. Imagine, "Do what we say or we will turn
off your money." Technology can be either incredibly wonderful
or devastatingly evil.
Pretty common in the northeast in old houses in the cities.
My water meter is still in my basement and I've been reading it every
6 months for 25 years. Supposed to go to electronic, remote read
meters this summer.
On Sat, 19 Jun 2010 13:04:25 GMT, firstname.lastname@example.org (Doug Miller)
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On Sat, 19 Jun 2010 11:52:31 -0500, The Daring Dufas
No. My father made sure we lived without electricity until I was
(Actually, even in 1939 and 1946, my mother needed a her tubes blown
open with compressed air before she could get pregnant. It's still a
somewhat dangerous treatment, so I wonder how dangerous it was then.)
You're thinking of cases (e.g. nominative, predicative, possessive, etc.).
Russian, Latin, and Polish have seven cases, German four, English three.
No language I'm aware of has more than three genders: masculine, feminine, and
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