So, using onboard sound or a PCIe/PCI soundcard? If it's the first case, it'll most likely be a driver issue. And since most onboard solutions are realtek, you get what you pay for. Complete shit. If it's the latter, you can probably narrow it down to one of three things: Something wrong with the engine/driver. Incorrect PCI/e latency, an extra "feature" of the driver like various DSP modes causing an issue.
'You can't kid a kidder. Having been a lobbyist, he knows all their tricks,' says Blair Levin.
So this is what we've been reduced to? The disconsolate wish, having turned the regulatory body over to one of the kleptarchs, that he will discover not only his duty to society but also unbiased objectivity, and turn on his own? A ray of hope so thin strains my credulity.
Any decent engineer could probably put together a PID loop or two (possibly cascaded) to keep stability in the system, but what would you use as a control mechanism?
And what would you do if the most powerful and affluent had a great deal to lose if we attemped to put such controls in place? Suppose they had powerful PR machines, sharpened through years of product marketing and fierce political campaigns, at their disposal to sew disdain for those who advocate such restraint.
"May you live in interesting times."
You can't reason your way into religion, it has to touch you personally. Someone in 1700 Europe would not be able to reason his way into belief that such things as elephants existed. He's have had to visit Asia or Africa to believe.
God is only invisible to those who choose to ignore him.
Yeah. And their reaction was more of the same. I am not impressed.
So you mean when someone is actively at war with you, you shouldn't do anything.
Get it right: I'm anti-religion.
That's nice, let the bigot flow through you...
I'd rather have sites taken offline because they offended someone than because of pure greed.
I'd would rather that neither happened. How about this, your post has offended my *insert fictitious argument about hurt feelings* as such I want you to pay me over it. And you can be it'll start happening.
Don't worry, I'm Canadian and in general most of us up here have 0 faith in the body working properly. This is also reflected by our governments official policy on the organization, especially with their election of dictators and despots to various human rights bodies, and arms control groups. Believe whatever you want to believe, but if you think allowing governments that rape, torture, and murder people on the street(as official policy) for voicing any opinion that rests against them is a great idea, not sure if insane or just crazy.
I heard once about this thing called the crusades...
Maybe we oughta just burn down all the churches
You realize that the crusades were a *reaction* to 400 years of muslim aggression against christians right? And that was after the wholescale slaughter of entire cities near the end of those said 400 years which finally broke the camels back as it were. I know it's cool to be anti-christian these days, but at least learn your basic history.
They burn christian churches down in Saudi Arabia and so on.
We burn mosques and synagogues down in the USA.
It happens more often than you probably know, because it rarely makes national news.
The USA (as a whole) isn't a theocracy, but it's not for want of trying.
At the local level in particular, the line between church and state can be very fuzzy.
NSA's spying/QUANTUM program, which use U.S. control of the DNS system to exploit systems.
Despite that use Start8, Win8.x is usable without it. It just has a more annoying learning curve compared to what everyone else who's been using Windows since the mid-90's is used to however. Drop someone who never used a classic shell and not a problem though, the real problem as it was came to life because there was no easy method of transition. And that, will cause more people to throw a fit and rightfully so.
As much as I dislike US policy, I'm betting that there will be a awesome push for the UN to take control and everyone will quickly be beating their heads against the wall over it. Well, I'm sure everyone is going to enjoy the new age of super-censorship in order to avoid offending *insert groups* feelings.
Our tax policies have made our most rapidly expanding market sector resemble the 1500s. I, for one, welcome our new economic lordship. Give most of the money to a very small number of people, and let them decide if and when to parcel it out through patronage, buying electric sports cars, and financing asteroid mining projects. Surely the broader income ranks wouldn't do any better with it. I mean, think about it; other than the 1950s to 1960s in America, when has a far more progressive tax policy ever been correlated with broad-based entrepreneurship, small business expansion, and a nation rising to superpower?
I know that even mentioning this on
The problem isn't a small minority of bad cops, it's the alleged majority of good cops that don't immediately report and ostracize the bad cops.
You end up with a police culture that intentionally turns a blind eye to bad behavior.
That's not lawful good, no matter how you try and spin it.
that does not work _at_all_ if you have a halfway decent content- and tracking-blocker installed
...well, once you've blocked the content, and once you've blocked the tracking, there's not much left to work with, yeah?