Maybe the ACs point was hidden behind the three repeats of obviously mistaken "100 Gbps" speeds. I'm pretty sure nobody out there is getting "100 Gbps" internet. Now if it was 100 mbps, he'd probably have been fine
They're probably the ones buying prisons for pennies on the dollar. Watch crime somehow go back up to previous levels right after the for-profit prison industry buys up all the government prisons.
I thought all the articles are about how cloud computing is insecure, deleting your files, and how Amazon is loosing $2 Billion/year on their hosting service and may just close up service on your servers out of nowhere.
Um yeah, just let me plug my cord into this 10,000 volt wall outlet over here... That doesn't sound dangerous at all!
What are you talking about? We still use a foxpro based database and it works even on Windows 8.1!
There looks to be a pole sticking out the back that you could put weights on for balance purposes.
I know, right? I never get the good emails. I just get continual emails from GM about some guy's onstar and service appointments for his minivan - none of which have an unsubscribe.
Lol. You're a lot meaner about this than I am, though I did get a certain pleasure in cancelling the facebook account that someone opened with my address.
Now we just need the FBI to vet all our politicians. It'd be interesting to see what our government would look like if noone lied.
Real drag racers already have to contend with getting detached retinas, and I don't think there's a solution yet.
Another poster commented that trolls were a problem back in usenet days. Trolls were just a lot more limited in what they could do.
Since you brought up politics, this harmless "words on a screen" sounds a lot like what resulted in the shooting of Senator Gabrielle Giffords. There are way too many crazy people in the world to be putting people's personal information out there. This is also much like what happened to Valerie Plame during the Bush administration.
Why post AC? Are you afraid of the same thing happening to you?
Words on a screen with her address, social security number, and a made up story designed to manipulate the public into wanting to do something to her? I can imagine a campaign like that being rather frightening.
Mainly because it looks bad ass.