And they act like they never left . Too funny!!!
That's why nuffxxx isn't here. LOL
"The Apple Deal is a big “psychological win” for the chip maker as it could potentially expand to other deals as well. For instance, the chip giant could provide foundry support, meaning it could start manufacturing the actual chips for the iPhone maker as well."
[Totally. Lots of upside. I like it.]
"Sen. Sasse will not be attending the convention and will instead take his kids to watch some dumpster fires across the state, all of which enjoy more popularity than the current front-runners,” a spokesman for Sen. Ben Sasse (R-NE) told reporters.
Not Attending: Sen. Richard Shelby (R-AL)* Sen. Lisa Murkowski (R-AK)* Sen. John McCain (R-AZ)* Sen. Jeff Flake (R-AZ) Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL)* Sen. Mike Crapo (R-ID)* Sen. Mark Kirk (R-IL)* Sen. Jerry Moran (R-KS)* Sen. Roy Blunt (R-MO)* Sen. Steve Daines (R-MT) Sen. Ben Sasse (R-NE) Sen. Kelly Ayotte (R-NH)* Sen. Pat Toomey (R-PA)* Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI)* Sen. Mike Enzi (R-WY)
Still Deciding: Sen. Jim Risch (R-ID) Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY)* Sen. David Vitter (R-LA) Sen. Thad Cochran (R-MS) Sen. Dean Heller (R-NV) Sen. John Thune (R-SD)*
Some of that uncertainty was lifted Monday, and the news isn't good. A new study in Nature analyzes almost 30 years of weather observations to show that clouds and cloudiness are changing in the way scientists would expect in a warming world. Continental storm tracks—think jet stream—are shifting poleward, leaving populous subtropical latitudes uncovered. And the clouds that are forming more often aren't the low-lying, reflective ones that cool the planet—they're the huge cottony anvils that rise high in the sky, trapping more heat.
"Cloud changes most consistently predicted by global climate models are currently occurring in nature," the authors write. "As cloud tops rise, their greenhouse effect becomes stronger."
Also, as the poleward shift continues, heat from the tropics expands further away from the equator, an unsettling development for already arid cities in places like the U.S. southwest. Less light is reflected away from the hot middle of the Earth, and increased cloud cover toward the poles creates a thickening blanket that warms the world.
Journalist beat Trump
In 2006, Trump sued journalist Timothy L. O’Brien over his book “TrumpNation.” At the time Trump said he was worth $5 billion or $6 billion, but O’Brien, now an Executive Editor at Bloomberg, wrote the figure was no more than $250 million. Trump sued in New Jersey and lost on appeal in 2011. The appeals judges found O’Brien didn’t act with “actual malice,” regardless of whether the book contained false statements.
“We stripped the bark off Trump like an old tree,” O’Brien said. His attorney, Mary Jo White, now chair of the Securities and Exchange Commission, was able to use discovery to pry open Trump's financial records via revealing depositions and financial documents.
From USA Today
you don't know the difference between weather and global warming.
How many times did the chicken hawk, non-college educated stalker boy say this would never happen/
Cowen wrote in a note Monday that recent field checks suggest Intel modem chips making it to more than half of the new iPhones, slated for release later this year. That's substantially higher than the 25% share Cowen estimated when it was first reported that Intel would be powering the new iPhones last month.
All in all, the research firm estimates the Apple deal to bring in an additional $1.5 billion in revenue for Intel. Since Intel already has the mobile chip development technology in place, it won't cost a whole lot to supply the modem chips to Apple, Cowen pointed out, which means nearly half of the revenue, or $850 million, could go straight to operating profits.
For Intel, a company that generated over $55 billion last year, $1.5 billion in additional sales doesn't really move the needle. But the iPhone deal is a huge deal for Intel given the chipmaker never really had any substantial wins in the mobile space.
Particularly, Intel CEO Brian Krzanich recently mentioned 5G and connectivity as one of the main pillars of Intel's future business, meaning it could be looking for additional deals to follow after the iPhone partnership.
Cowen noted in the report that this is a huge "psychological win" for Intel, as it could potentially expand to other deals, like Intel providing foundry support, which means it could start producing the actual chips for Apple as well.
"While this is certainly a meaningful number, the psychological effect for INTC is even greater as it opens up an entirely new non-CCG narrative," Cowen wrote, referring to Intel's Client Computing Group (CCG), which includes the PC and mobile chip businesses.
From Yahoo Finance
The ever increasing postings rate is a strong indicator that Adolf Mussolini Nuff is moving closer and closer to that final psychotic break with reality.