it's all about the leg room
I think the counterargument to be made is that the Koch brothers are denying us our free speech rights. If THEIR argument is that money IS speech, our argument should be that we be given the same money so that we can all actually converse. If their argument is then that this is not so, we have to say that they've effectively muted us.
And... the terrible format of slashdot means that I can't tell who you are replying to
Some of these are actually good names, e.g. Swift
is that this is true:
"This is the most significant partnership for Yahoo in five years."
I need some adornment for my ant's forehead. Is there anything larger than this available?
re: The girlfriend's kid came home from school and found her body.
well, the joke's on him, then!
How long before before we field a serviceable apology?
There are ways of encrypting data so that the ciphertext contains more than one message. One password might reveal a given plaintext, while a second one produces another, entirely more innocent and unrelated.
Obviously, such a ciphertext is larger than one would expect for any resultant plain text, but you could popularize use of encryption that mandates such a larger footprint so that any given user could shrug and say (after giving the password that produces nothing but cookie recipes), "sorry it isn't what you expected, officer!"
They'd be receiving money from Sears when I drove my car to the mall.
Why do people accept this?
re: In late August, Chancellorsville successfully used an SM-6 missile to hit a target drone
Clearly, there is a history to be examined.
Short take: the Royal Navy's fire control of the era did not address Coriolis Effect in any way, shape or form (nor did the German navy treat this minor effect). Not handling this effect is a minuscule factor in accuracy in an engagement along a line of fire that changes only slowly over the course of a battle.
What I'm confused by is the seeming absence of the two suspects in any of the photos that were pawed over by reddit users. Has anyone seen the two brothers in the photos that were so widely reviewed? It seems to me that the photos from the two men who were overlooking bomb location 1 would have had a rough time NOT seeing the older brother placing his bomb.
Not trying to imply anything untoward, but it seems to me that although the Reddit crew had a fair number of very good photos, they were seemingly not seeing a single photo by which they could have identified the right people.
I misstated this. They were not ever at the 7/11. The photo taken of suspect 2 was perhaps from the Shell Station at which their hostage escaped.