The biggest problem with discussing religion and politics in a rational way is differentiating between religious customs and cultural customs. It doesn't matter whether it's the Bible Belt or Saudi Arabia. You can't cherry pick a cultural practice and use it as an argument against the religion of that culture. Bill Maher is horrible at that.
With an old house like that don't assume anything will be quick and easy. Be prepared to replace things as you go. I recently had to replace a water valve going to a toilet and ended up replacing the old copper tubing coming out of the wall with braided steel lines, it just made it easier. Always over estimate the budget on projects, the little things from the hardware store will nickel and dime you to death. Depending on the state of your appliances(water heater, hvac, ac, etc) you might want to consider getting a home warranty. Keep at least $1000 for oh poo money, more is better. Replace all lighting with led as bulbs burn out, it seems expensive but it's worth it.
We can talk about the ethics of the people that did this but the one thing people ignore about this hacking or the target hacking or any hacking(home depot just got hit hard) is the horrible security we have in the IT world. We just keep chugging forward, connecting more and more devices to the internet, and ignore the elephant in the room. It doesn't matter how encrypted your data is if the most common password is "password".
Says somebody that probably isn't doing what they love
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I'm a software engineer and I love doing what I do. But to pretend it's all rainbows and butterflies is bullshit. Some days are great, some days suck. Some companies I've worked for have been great, some have sucked. Yet I get to choose where I work because there's an insane demand for my skill set.
I've always loved music and started playing guitar at 13. In college a took a bunch of music courses and got a gig with another guy playing at a swanky steakhouse. I've always been able to sit down and play for hours and hours, but as soon as I started getting paid to do it and was doing on someone else's schedule, it sucked.
Flame me all you want, but my bold prediction is KB will not be as advertised. I think 1000k receiving yards his rookie year is a bit of stretch. A couple years from now maybe, but the dude is raw and still has a long way to go.
I agree, 1 million yards as a rookie is a bit much.