No it doesn't. Just hit Command-Q at the registration screen. You get a Skip button.
So will doubling the speed of the cars.
Or adding lanes.
But carpooling isn't a solution unless two people are coming from the same place and going to the same place.
Oh, I suspect that anyone posting something like that DID get remuneration for posting, since I suspect they're being paid by some facet of the copyright industry.
Please don't worry about what Apple wants, release Firefox for iOS in Cydia.
Tiling? You're joking, right?
1982 called, they want their user interface back.
Well, Apple HAS been very badly behaved lately. If nothing else, the fact that we have had to wait until this week to install 6.x because we've been waiting for a jailbreak is incredibly wrong, there should be no such concept as a jailbreak because there should be no such concept as a device that the user cannot install his choice of software. It's MY phone, not Apple's phone.
Sure, they're nowhere close to as evil as M$, but they ARE evil.
And what's truly infuriating about that is that they are the ONLY ones making a good user interface for a computer. Linux got lost in the weeds first, with Gnome and Unity, then M$ upped the unusability game with Windoze 8. Apple had to get into it a bit with removing scroll bar arrows and making all window edges growable, but overall Mac OS is by far the best OS out there, nothing else is even close as far as useability. And iOS is quite nice as well, once it's jailbroken.
There's no such thing as a G5 Mac Pro.
They're plastic fans, and run at fairly low speeds. They're also not exactly readily accessible.
And I have stuck my finger in Mac Pro and G5 fans before, to stop them and see if that was the source of the noise. Doesn't even hurt, certainly doesn't break the skin. Quicker and easier than powering down and starting up with tape on the fan.
Everywhere I've looked lately has been out of ammo and magazines, they've all been hit with the current buying frenzy. I've even had trouble finding reasonable prices on 7.62x39, a year ago a case of 1000 could be had for under $100, now it's... significantly higher.
I'm seeing AR15 lowers for $150, but backordered until June, or not accepting orders at all.
I understand why you didn't share your sources, but it would be nice to find the reasonably priced stuff.
You do realize that RPGs, grenade launchers, and mortars are completely legal to own if you pay the appropriate "destructive device" tax, right?
Nukes are a bit different, since there's the small issue of the non-proliferation treaty to deal with, only certain countries are allowed to own them (and perhaps none of them should either.) So perhaps that's where the line should be - no privately owned nuclear weapons. And I believe just about everyone would be ok with that.
So why do you think it isn't a constitutional right to have a high-capacity magazine?
I've got a NeXT ADB keyboard, and a Griffin iMate. Works just fine.
This thing doesn't look like it's ADB, though.
How are they getting away with that? I just don't see how that could fly in court.
Cops are sometimes allowed to give "lawful orders" that make it legal to do something which would otherwise be illegal, like direct traffic through a red light. If you're following that "lawful order" the cop is not then allowed to ticket you for running the red, and if he did it would be thrown out in court.
But cops aren't allowed to give unlawful orders, orders that would result in you committing a serious crime. As an extreme example, a cop isn't allowed to tell you to murder someone, and you are fully within your rights to refuse to follow an unlawful order.
So if the cop is lawfully ordering you to empty your pockets, any crime committed as a result of that lawful order would be immune to prosecution. And if the order isn't lawful, the word should be gotten out that anyone carrying weed should refuse to empty their pockets, as the cop can't legally order you to commit that crime. If the cop then chooses to reach into the pocket himself, the person stopped hasn't committed the crime, the cop has.
A Terry stop (and the court WAS wrong to allow them, hopefully a better court will overturn someday) still requires that the cop have a reasonable suspicion that the person stopped committed a crime. That's not what's going on in NYC. They're stopping random people on the street, with no reasonable suspicion.
What the NYCLU is doing here is building a body of evidence for the court challenge to NYC's illegal practice.
You're full of shit.
23 representatives with PhDs. 17 with MDs. 166 with JDs. 22 with MBAs. All together, that's not even a majority, certainly not what I'd call "most".
And now that we have the technological capability to put true democracy into play on a massive scale, it's probably time to do it. What we've got DOESN'T work, it's been broken since nearly the beginning but it's been the best we've ever been able to put together. Coupled with strong constitutional civil rights protections, direct democracy could be the best thing so far. It would certainly be capable of being the most fair.
Well, what we have now IS better than state legislators electing senators.
But it's terrible. If we're going to have a bicameral legislature, we need to district the senate, and stop tying it to the states at all. There is absolutely NO legitimate reason that North Dakota should have as much representation as New York.
I think a better option would be a unicameral legislature that proposes bills, and a direct public vote for them to become law. We have the technology to do it now.