Absmeier, a global business director for Delphi's automated driving programme, was being driven as a passenger in one of the cars on San Atonio Road in Palo Alto at the time of the incident. He said his prototype was cut off by one of Google's self-driving cars.
Delphi's test vehicle was an Audi Q5 SUV – reportedly equipped with lasers, radar, cameras and the special computer software that apparently imbues the car with enough life to drive itself, with a human at the wheel as mere back-up.
Even die hard leftist site PolitiFact has to rate his claim "mostly true". The "mostly" part is because they hate ever to admit that a conservative's position is correct at all, let alone completely correct.
Yesterday the EU council of finance ministers - one of the three "institutions" bailing out greece - decided not to extend the bailout past June 30 since Greece hasn't agreed to anything in the negotiations.
Today the European Central Bank elected to leave liquidity assistance at its current levels, which prompted Greece to declare a week long banking closure.
Coming up next: the IMF's reaction on June 30 when Greece most likely misses their June payment. We'll see if Lagarde sticks to her statements that she would declare Greece in default immediately.
By the time of the referendum next Sunday, Greeks should know what a "no" vote will mean.
Shows how stupid he was to follow Varoufakis' foot dragging negotiating policy.
Leaving the euro would put Greece right back where they were before they joined, though, when they were even worse off than they are today, despite all of today's hangover symptoms from the Greek government spending binge.
If they vote to stay in the euro, they will be glad of it eventually. As New Democracy showed last year, actually following the EU plan resulted in economic growth and declining unemployment, things that are not happening today.
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