"Anyone who was alive 2,000-3,000 years ago is either the ancestor of everyone who's now alive, or no one at all."
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Critics are right to argue that self-driving cars will make it easier for the government to track our every move. But the technology will be so useful that it'll be worth it.
People named "Greg Walsh" are likelier to get a reply from their local election officials than people named "Luis Rodriguez."