I mean there's simply no way that the constant flood of articles screaming about how science is filled with gross evil woman-hating nerds^H^H^H^H^H neckbeards could possibly have led to this perception. And of course nobody stands to gain money and social prestige pounding the war drums over this...
So what you're saying is you refuse to accept a fully formatted academic bibliography because of where that textual list of nearly three hundred references is hosted? Thanks for proving you actually just don't care about evidence or citations and want some asinine arbitrary reason to refuse to even look at them.
You mean the courts who follow a policy almost wholly dictated by the National Organization for Women, a massive nationwide lobbying organization which has virtually singlehandedly stonewalled any attempt at custody or alimony reform?
"Accidentally" isn't certain here. If I was part of something that was wrong and I wanted it to be known, I would very well "accidentally" leak it too.
Except I don't see how that applies in this case. Stay or leave -- it's not the bank's call. But if politicians are putting leaving the EU on the table, even as an empty gesture, then naturally the bank has to start thinking about contingency plans. That's just common sense, even if you think the very idea of leaving the EU is mad.
It's also common sense to keep that on the DL to prevent misguided overreaction to what is after all still a hypothetical scenario. The Bank of England a central bank and so people must be constantly scrutinizing it hoping to glean inside information on future monetary policy. That's to say nothing of having to deal with the conspiracy theory nutters.
and will head up into Rocky Mountain National Park around 7am tomorrow to hike around bear lake with my girlfriend.
Sorry, man, I was just messing. That sounds like a beautiful way to spend a Sunday morning. One of my life goals is to live on the edge of a National Park.
Since these articles get pretty much the same reaction on weekdays
I think you'll find that these stories are most likely to appear on Slashdot Friday and Saturday nights.
I was playing guitar but stopped to check the various feeds before shutting down and heading to bed. Snowshoeing early tomorrow.
Right on, brother. Tomorrow morning I'll be busting some broncos and then base-jumping off the Sears Tower with a parachute of my own design. After that, I'll be having sex with the entire wait staff of Hooters, one of whom is my wife, Morgan Fairchild.
Are you calling God a scumbag?
In the original, yeah, kind of a scumbag.
He was much nicer in the sequel when they had the dude with the long hair and beard play Him. I think it was Jared Leto.
the article says he's being sued for fraud and breach of contract
And they waited until the Oculus Rift is ready for release to file suit.
This is patent trolling by another name. They're trying to make money off someone else's work.
The comments section for a story like this is a great case study on who's home on a Saturday night and at their computers. Slashdot knows their audience, I'll give them that.
[I have an excuse: It's between periods of the Blackhawks/Ducks game]
Teaching is still seen as a woman's profession.
If you'd gone to college, you might have noticed that men make up 62% of faculty.
enough ram to run without swap file thrashing. Price was high as well
These two are related. OS/2 needed 16MB of RAM to be useable back when I had a 386 that couldn't take more than 5MB (1MB soldered onto the board, 4x1MB matched SIMMs). Windows NT had the same problem - NT4 needed 32MB as an absolute minimum when Windows 95 could happily run in 16 and unhappily run in 8 (and allegedly run in 4MB, but I tried that once and it really wasn't a good idea). The advantage that Windows NT had was that it used pretty much the same APIs as Windows 95 (except DirectX, until later), so the kinds of users who were willing to pay the extra costs could still run the same programs as the ones that weren't.