Why doesn't their automated ticketing system have a check for that? It should be a couple lines of code in their reporting software.
Instead, people have to go to court to contest these. That never works, though, since tickets are pretty uncontestable AND they don't allow appeals.
"It was a fraction of a second that no driver really noticed. But the difference between a 2.9 second yellow light and a 3.0 second yellow light meant about 77,000 tickets for Chicago motorists, and a $7.7 million windfall for the city’s coffers, according to the Chicago Tribune.:
Also, a shoutout to anybody who's interested in doing open data in Chicago to fight systems like this with data crunching: http://opengovhacknight.org/
but, so help me God, if Comcast blocks bittorrent traffic, I'm going to call for heads to roll!
I really wish I had mod points to downvote this garbage post.
If tor promised X amount of bandwidth to all of its users, your point would be more valid. That's not the case. Comcast is a PAID service that promises X amount of bandwidth. Tor and Comcast should never, ever be compared in this way. It's a fucking shame that people even think your post is upvoteable.
The people who use tor for downloading movies/music/etc should be hanged. They're ruining it for those who use it for legit purposes.
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No matter which direction we look into space, the expansion of the universe is always going to be the same. This sounds kind of obvious until you realize that 13.72 billion light years one way, and the same distance another way are incommunicable, and they've been incommunicable ever since the universe was created - light cannot travel from one point of our obvservable universe to another because it would then have to travel at twice the speed of c. Because these incommunicable points in space are the same in an infinite series of characteristics, then it's fair to assume that these physics are NOT local.