Tape would be best, though kind of pricey. Either that or hard drives either cheap slow disks or to be more pricey duplicate your live setup. It's not gonna be cheap for 20 TB of home use data, I'm guessing mostly of the size comes from video and audio, probably could be reacquired if need be. Backup your most prized data (personal documents, pictures, video, etc. that cannot be replaced) and take your chances with RAID 6 on the rest.
It's not the government's job the educate children, even less so when the funds used to do so are extorted essentially at gunpoint from people who don't even have children or whose children are not using the public schools.
However, in the current terrible and violent public school system, it's beneficial to the kids to have programming courses available, at least those so inclined may get something useful in life out of it. The overall public school experience is detrimental and harmful though, to kids and to those who are poorer resulting from the extortion used to fund the babysitters at best and indoctrinators at worst.
Some states require it, others just have age restrictions in a tiered scheme based on HP.
>10 yrs for 14 yrs for 16 yrs for >25 HP
Other states require taking a boater safety class, typically 8 hours in one or two sessions and coast guard approved, but no actual license from the state (i.e. road tax/water tax). Some states require a safety course for some bodies of water and a license (tax) for others. NJ is one example. The license (tax) simply requires taking a boater safety class and paying the tax at the DMV to get an endorsement noted on your drivers license. For tidal water (nearly every powerboat accessible waterway in the state) you just take a safety coast and when harassed by the Coast Guard, NJ state police, PA state police, DE state police, NJ rangers, PA rangers or DE rangers, show them the certificate and wait while they detain you for an hour fishing for anything they can conceivable tax you for. For non-tidal water that the enviro-nazis and socialists actually allow powerboat use on (Lake Hopatcong, and a couple very small lakes) you must pay the tax for get the boat endorsement at the DMV.
I don't have an internet connection at home, cost is too much especially with how the two providers charge pretty hefty for just internet and a negligible cost to get cable TV as well. They just want to "bundle" you into a whole $100+/mo package so I can't justify the recurring cost. I do like to play games from time to time though. I have a company issued smart phone which I use to look things up, but I don't want to tether to my personal machine and run up the data costs playing games. Internet authenticating DRM, partiuclarly always on, means I simply won't buy it.
Enforce the existing laws. It doesn't matter why you ran that red light, or were weaving in and out of your lane, or hit that other car, etc. All that matters is actions and what has been done. What might happen is irrelevant.
Yet the population continues to grow. Why move to a place with a high likelihood of flooding or otherwise detrimental weather? Or if you do, why complain and beg for government help when you knew it was coming and decided not to prepare for the inevitable?
Artificial islands or reefs (including ones made of recycled glass) to make the shoreline more absorptive and break the waves."
Clearly the author has never been to the NJ/NY shoreline... It's already coated in "recycled" glass.
Agreed, if shifting clocks is the way it is to be, then move them forward at least 4 hours, preferably 6-8 hours. That way you you get out of work and have daylight to get productive or fun outside things to do. Alternatively, leave the clocks how they are and just shift working hours so we start work somewhere between midnight and 0400. I used to work third shift and loved it, my life wasn't ruled by the sun and unable to do anything I want or need to do in the winter. Unfortunately there are few "real" jobs in which you can work nights or odd times. Well, and not work those times in addition to all day, as I currently do in IT.
They don't cram twice as many seats as there should be in their planes.
Personally I'd be fine with standing room only for flights up to 6 hours or so, if it meant cheaper ticket prices. My preferences are fairly irrelevant though, as I won't fly anymore. I do not want to be harassed by the TSA and other government thugs to fly on a private airline. My business is between me and the airline I choose to pay for their service, not the government. For me it's drive or take a train (when possible), at least before they expand the TSA further into rail stations and hubs.
The only difference is the rate at which we lose our freedoms, the rate at which we are impoverished by higher taxes and inflation, the rate at which we start more wars, etc. The bottom line is a vote for either Romney or Obama are both a vote for bigger government, greater government spending, and m ore freedoms taken from us. It doesn't matter which one is president, either way we all lose.
Good thing I don't drive any vehicles with air bags.I'll stick with my simple, cheap and reliable vehicles that won't try to kill me.
The Russians have several on Venus.
There is not a single libertarian who supports or endorses slavery. Libertarians are against anything that violates the rights of others. I would hope we can all agree slavery is a violation of the slave's rights, so it should be clear that libertarians wholeheartedly oppose slavery.
Perhaps you mean the Chinese way? Their lax restrictions on air quality is part of why there is so much manufacturing there, as it's not economically feasible in other countries such as America.
Life is hard, part break and wear out.