The photo has been added after the GP comment.
The better questions is "Who can say they saw this coming?"
Honestly, it is scary, how most of the people would not react to this in any way.
Vote with your dollar my ass. Mine is one dollar in 3 billion others. =7
US penny issued after 1984 weights 2.5g ~ 0.0881849049 oz.
2000 lbs ~ 362873.89589281056195820652293973 pennies = $3,628.74.
A ton of money indeed.
Funny how you had to convert from metric system to imperial twice because you could not multiply by one million (1t = 1000 kg = 1000 * 1000g).
Problem #1: Users use simple, easy-to-guess passwords.
Problem #2: Users write hard and long passwords down.
Solution: Let users' passwords be "AB", where A is long and hard string, written down and posted to their computer, and B is a small and short string.
1. The result is easy to remember;
2. The resulting password "jH329J#nBmbottle" is very secure from bruteforce attacks;
3. The resulting password is secure from local co-workers attacks, because the evil-doer won't know part B;
4. In case someone was hired and could have left will all parts A written down, you can simply change parts A for all users, and they will hardly even notice.
Did I miss anything?
Even simpler (quote from the bug description):
To revert to old layout, enter in terminal:
$ gconftool-2 --set
Use this PPA: https://launchpad.net/~stownsend42/+archive/light-themes
This option will also fix the graphical appearance of the buttons.
There's one more problem.
None of this would matter if the sites provided both formats. Chrome and Safari could have their H.264, everyone else could have the Theora version. Everyone wins.
And Google has to double it's storage space.
They already have that.
It's called YouTube Feather.
A government is geographically limited. A big business can set up wherever it wants and, if sufficiently powerful, have its rules supersede the local laws. In many places in the world, corporations are more overtly powerful than governments.
Wait, so is the U.S. a corporation now or what?
Say you catch a guy with something and they have a trial. And the judge asks for the evidence to be presented. Well. Yeah they need a copy of that in initial scan.
You don't even have to watch Law and Order to know that shit.
After the scanned image shows danger, the operator pushes big red button with huge "ALARM" written on it and the security officers do a complete search of the person in question, having at least two witnesses nearby. They document everything they have found and use THAT as an evidence.
A shitty image of shitty quality can not be a serious evidence anyway.
Simply click on a link.
Then, when you see a "Denied referer", just Ctrl-L, Enter.
First of all, there are three users grayed out. Are they playing? No. Why are they on the first page?
Anyway, let's assume you're correct.
If some players are non-playing/away/offline, then they don't really count towards our "what game a user plays" statistics, right?
So currently out of 18 online and playing users, 11 are playing MW2.
Your numbers are about revenue.
This 1 million would be a clean profit (before taxes).