quote: Everything that surrounds to building site (idealized in your illustration) is either Cupertino-commercial or non-Cupertino residential. Cupertino has no consent from the cities most impacted--Sunnyvale and Santa Clara--on its plan to introduce 13,000 commuters into an already highly congested area (until recently occupied by 3000 HP employess).Apple is hardly a model community citizen. It makes no contribution to the improvement of schools, roads, public transportation, or recreational space. Google is no better: the trend here in Silicon Valley is towards building private parks and transportation systems for coddled employees and let everyone else suffer in silence.
quote: What Nazi bastards! What possible use could the USA have for two American companies that are hugely successful and which are dominating the giant new global technology markets. That sort of business success is not what made America great in the past. Whining is what made America great in the past. Endlessly moaning about the inconvenience of success is what made America great the past. Wouldn't it be better if both companies were driven out of the US all together, at least then no downtrodden little community would have to face the horror of extra commuters. Who needs jobs, enterprise or commercial success in the modern world, life would be so much quieter without them, let the Chinese have all the hassle. Or maybe the Greeks.
quote: Ermmmm... Where did that just come from?
quote: Except, once again, your "humor", isn't humorous. In that messed up head of yours it may be, but in the real world, it's not. You should quit trying to be a comedian, you fail at it.
quote: It makes no contribution to the improvement of schools, roads, public transportation, or recreational space.