The GP is right; whether they disregard parts of the constitution themselves or not has no bearing on their own constitutional protection. Even convicted criminals (the NSA is only accused by some) are protected by law.
She would not know, she did not make it.
Why does she need to have made the dish in order to know what is in it? She just needs to know who to ask. And in my experience, regarding peanut allergies and cherry allergies, if they don't know off the top of their head, they've always known who to ask.
Given that she didn't know there was ground beef in the three bean soup, she clearly didn't know who to ask....
Apparently the most important function of Google Glass is to summon "Internet Tough Guys" to post on Slashdot.
And then there are smartass cock-gobblers like you who are obviously in
search of a good beating which is obviously overdue.
Brilliant. Even just mentioning the topic works!
You can have me at 9am at the office. Don't expect me to do any meaningful work before 12pm, though. But you may rest assured that I'll be gone by 6pm, because I don't want to fall asleep at the wheel while driving home. I tend to be kind grumpy, too, if you pull me out of bed before noon.
Top management needs to learn that there are more important things than their ego. Like productivity. I don't give a shit about my superior's ego. I don't care whether he needs that feeling that he can dictate my life. If he does, he should get someone else to be his lap dog, I'm there to get some work done, not to stroke his ego.
So you're categorically stating that you'll work a 6 hour day (noon to 6pm) and yet it's someone else's ego that is the problem?
Sorry for my misunderstanding, but I had assumed that one was completed as well as far as DPR knew.
You assumed that murder had happened because you hadn't heard that one hadn't?
Man, I hope you're not on MY jury!
The law specifies nothing of the kind in any jurisdiction that I'm aware of - in the first case, without any sexual intent, local law is in sync with common sense and would not define that as child porn. You also appear to assuming that "the law" is constant, whereas definitions of child porn will vary from region to region.
Well, that's a bit puerile. If company X steals your data, is it ok to steal intellectual property from company Y? Or do you only download films produced by Google?
Indeed. And given that fear is what caused most of our nuclear near-misses with apocalypse, it means the next generation is much less likely to end the world than your generation.
But they can afford 800 dollar smartphones and expensive cell plans to use these apps?
Maybe no one can pass because they're taking a multiple guess test rather than a multiple choice test.
Actually, since moving overseas I've learned that such tests are only known as multiple guess tests over here. The term "multiple choice" simply isn't used. It could be because such tests aren't widely used in Europe, or it could be British influence, perhaps - I don't know, but I've always found it a bit odd!
Wives? Girlfriends? Obviously, you've never met anyone who plays EVE Online.
But to be a useful one-time pad, don't you have to be able to repeat the results to decode the message?
No. You have to distribute matched pads - one to the encoder, one to the decoder.
Thus, if someone gets his or her hands on a copy of the pad, decryption is trivial.
That said, I think this light-based encryption solution is brilliant in the lab.
This submission is, by the way, of equal quality to most I've seen recently, and likely to be of greater interest to the readers. Mod it up."