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I was going to say something along the same lines "that users feel safer" [in the house of their lord].
But I was also going to say "uhm... you think churches DON'T make money?!" They make LOTSA... tax-free money.
I bet Jack Tramel's death won't get the kind of coverage that Steve Jobs got. His 6502 CPU (plus variants) were used in Atari 2600/5200/7800 consoles, Atari computers, Apple I/II/IIgs computers, Nintendo ES and Super Nintendo consoles. His Commodore and Atari companies popularized music, video, and preemptive tasking when the Macs/PCs were going "beep" and had about 4 colors.
And yet after today we'll probably never hear about him again. And yes the Commodore 64 was and still is the record-holder for most machines sold (peak years: 1983-86). The runner-ups:
2. Amiga 500 (millions of C64 owners upgraded)
3. Atari 800 (peak year: 1980-82)
4. Tandy/Radio Shack TRS-80 (1977-1979)
Facebook is against users giving potential employers access to their user accounts only because is undermines Facebooks ability to sell that same information those same potential employers?
While the use of contaminated materials is something to be concerned about, let's not forget how much radiation this actually is. It's roughly the equivalent of one chest CT scan per year.
Yeah and Doctors are being told not to order CT scans unless absolutely needed. I know because my doctor was upset when he found out I was given a CT in a visit to the Emergency Room after recently having had 2 CT's. CT's are much higher and longer duration doses of X-rays than a standard X-ray. All this coupled with the fact that my treament later was to require fluoroscopy. It's the accumilation of radiation over time from many sources that can put you in danger.
They found the chibi via remotekontrol.
Actually it goes like this... try to punish a corporation:
1) They pay the fine because it's cheaper than compliance with the law.
2) Threaten to move out of state or overseas to get the penalties dropped or changed in their favor.
3) Dissolve the corporation and start a new one to continue their business practices.
4) Buy off government official(s)
5) Yes on a rare occasion a corporate executive gets sent to a jail that is not like the jail 99% of inmates go to.
...saved itself from being renamed "Comet Killjoy" if it burned up in the Sun.
In 1975, my senior year in high school, my graphic arts class went on a field trip to a large commercial print house in San Francisco. This company had a photography studio with a kitchen in it, but I wouldn't recommend eating any food from there. Like Roast Turkey? It sure looks yummy after you cook it then spray it with silicone to make it look all shiny and juicy. Like a nice bubbling pot of soup? Just be careful not to swallow the marbles if they serve you a bowl of it. There were other things they showed us about industry secrets used to sell a product that were akin to false advertizing.
Maybe this will solve the ego and body awareness types dilemma:
Some people are forgetting that low-reflectivity is not the only factor in making good glass. Anti-Glare is only as good as the glass transparency. The images provided in the article are very poor quality, preventing you from comparing the leaves. I'm sure many of you have seen this firsthand on a smartphone with cheap protective film on it.
I don't think they meant "National Internet", what they meant to say was "National Intranet".
Is this close enough? aluminium oxynitride
Can we please get off this hobby horse? The Tolkien estate isn't "censoring speech," it's protecting its trademarks, which it is required to do by law. If this guy had made a bunch of buttons for himself and as many of his friends as wanted them (all three), nothing would have happened. Instead he set up a store on Zazzle and tried to sell them. Zazzle has a clear policy that it will not sell items that violate copyrights, trademarks, or other intellectual property. These buttons do that. So the Tolkien estate complained, this guy's product was pulled, end of story. He wasn't sued, he wasn't thrown in jail -- in fact, he can still go buy a button maker and make himself some buttons and nothing would happen to him. The idea that he's being "censored" is silly, and there are lots of companies that are far more litigious about such things than the Tolkien estate.
Not "required to do by law", but allowed to do by law. The Tolkien estate can also choose to not exercise their legal rights on a case by case or broad use basis. It comes down to what is fair and equitable in terms of financial and moral terms. Sometimes throwing a bone to small dogs can help your bottomline and your public perception over time.