Actually, it's DROP TABLE PEOPLE;
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Actually, it's DROP TABLE PEOPLE;
I read it all, expecting he got into a fight and his mom got scared, said 'You're movin' with your auntie and uncle in Bel Air'
But yeah.. Doesn't sound like roofies. None of it.
To be taken seriously, one must hit them where it hurts.
Here is why the Snowden story got so big. One single little facet of the whole "government is spying on us" thing.
"Because of Snowden, we now know that the listeners undertook to do what they repeatedly promised respectable expert opinion they would never do. They always said they would not attempt to break the crypto that secures the global financial system.
That was false."
"...attempting to break the encryption that holds the global financial industry together, it had also stolen the keys to as many vaults as possible. With this disclosure the NSA forfeited respectable opinion around the world. Their reckless endangerment of those who don't accept danger from the United States government was breathtaking."
The Occupy Wall Street was all fun and games until one bullet point item came up. (Delaware being a tax heaven for Congressmen). As soon as that point made the news, all of the police forces, in sync, shut everything down.
The PAC needs something as effective and dealdy, and keep their mouth shut about it until it's too late to go back.
Sorry, forgot to put quotes and mention this was from an episode of Silicon Valley.
But will it be able to tell you the difference between a heart attack and a panick attack?
Would you be interested in a device that links to your smartphone and lets you know, even before it happens, whether you're having a panic attack - or a heart attack?
- Yeah, yeah.
OK, here's how Panic-A-Tech works.
You wear this on your finger all day and it tracks your vitals.
Or if that's too embarrassing, there's also a Bluetooth suppository and that goes right where you think it goes.
And that comes with a retrieval kit.
There was an article a few years ago about how the oldest man of Japan had been deceased for a few years. Family was still collecting pension checks and never bothered to report the death.
And when they went to see the second oldest person, she also passed away a couple of years before.
Game Distributors are starting to hit live game footage with DMCA. Especially when the video has been made with leaked or pre-release copies.
This won't last.
Do you follow the current chiptunes and retrogaming music scene and if so, do you have suggestions for them?
Does that mean it will cost $100k to make the programmer 100% productive?
Yes. Exactly like it can take 9 women to give birth to a baby in one month.
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>> Am I crazy, or does it seem like the automotive industry has lost sight of what will best serve the consumer?
The automotive industry has lost sight of what will best serve the consumer.
If you typed that in, and read it out loud, and kept a straight face..
They cannot lose something they never had.
I'm pretty sure some guy walking around with a cell phone did it. Aiden Pearce?
They lost me at the first line of the patent..
"An elongated member is provided with one or more imaging sensors, location sensors, and a switch in its bottom end."
> And no. Cross breeding is not the same as gene modification. There are very few herrings that mate with a tomato IRL.
Well, if the music is right, set the mood with dim lights and candles AND you get them drunk enough, of course their genes will splice.
Forests get more pissed off than Lakes when you anthropomorphise them. They reeeeealy hate it.
Not as much as Mountains, but still. I'd stay away and pay up if I were Amazon. Or ex-Amazon