You're not the one who gets to decide what is unacceptable; prospective employers do. If employers see something that is, to you, completely innocuous or just a tad embarrassing, and they find it offensive or unacceptable, it's not really going to matter how minor you believe it is. Using your real name is just stupid.
I keep getting published under my real name for my inflammatory views, but The Nation keeps ignoring me for a position as their libertarian columnist. Is that what you are talking about?
You expect Americans to understand these subtle distinctions?
Those "subtle distinctions" are distinctions without a difference. Hong Kong's foreign policy comes directly from Beijing.
Her Commodore/Admiral rank was only honorary.
No, it was not merely honorary. However, 40 of her degrees were (see same link).
They're not infiltrating anything; some of the sharper razors there have scammed their PHB's into letting them play WoW all day and get paid for it....
Now THAT is a theory that meshes with my bureaucratic experience!
This is the same FBI that was claiming it could match any latent print to a known, classified print in 3 minutes. Oh, also he was issued at least three passports, one under his real name and two under aliases. One was his US Army alias, using his US Army ID, and another under the alias he used in Los Angeles for the 14 years he escaped apprehension.
The patent specifically suggests using inferred income for targeting mortgage offers, which the Wikipedia article notes has been a ripe area for abuse: "Reverse redlining occurs when a lender or insurer targets minority consumers, not to deny them loans or insurance, but rather to charge them more than could be charged to a comparable majority consumer whose business is more sought after"
That is even more of a stretch. The Facebook scheme is nothing more than presenting advertising to people based on viewing habits, not some scheme to deny people the opportunity to risk future treasure on real property.
*See first paragraph in the History section of submitters link on redlining.
I know this is a scary issue that needs to be properly addressed before I can't by a dummy car anymore (I'm currently 100% immune to remote hacking).
I also realize that the senator has an election to win in 11 months.
My vehicles are in the same category as yours. When I get that '72 Charger back on the road it might have some fancy stuff throughout the vehicle, but it will not have any go/stop systems that need to phone home for anything. Hopefully the government will stay out of my life enough to keep it that way too.
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North Korea was enslabed by
In 1945, who took the surrender of the Japanese in North Korea? Stalin's Soviets. Who was busy resuming a civil war in China? Mao.
the US sank it and then pretended that they forgot where they sank it so that they didn't have to give it back and have the Soviets study it.
Had nothing to do with "giving it back".
The USA and USSR had an agreement during the War that they would share in the spoils of war (like this submarine), and the USA didn't want to turn two of them over to the USSR (because the USSR didn't enter the war against Japan until after the Nagasaki bombing, but more importantly because we didn't want the USSR to get any "free" technology transfers). The USSR was a land power and not a sea power, we wanted to keep things that way....
Which is all a bunch of diplomatic nonsense on top of diplomatic nonsense. The Soviets were suppose to do all sorts of things that they never followed through on, that is how Poland ended up enslaved by them and North Korea too.