A point the OP failed to grasp. The only oils that spontaneously burst into flame are natural oils that decompose. Motor oils certainly wont. The majority of first are caused by either space heaters or older electrical wiring with too high of a fuse/breaker on it. Who installed this guys charger? Himself? I can't imagine finding a breaker big enough for that charger is easy.
Haven't heard any news on that for about a month, so I don't know it's current status.
Besides, if you want to condemn and punish an entire country, especially since politics are constantly changing, there are two things you seem to have forgotten.
First, all the good the USA does. Whether you like it or not, they are a major contributor of relief to other countries when they are victims of disasters, and even pays 22% of the UNs funding. Don't forget that the US is also both a major consumer of goods from other countries, but supplies a huge amount of the worlds food. You cause a country to undergo a serious issue like a "complete dollar collapse", and you can kiss all that and more goodbye. Whether you like it or not, you'll lose the good that the USA does and hurt almost everyone.
Second, stop calling the kettle black. Sure, the USA is one of the big dogs, and everyone likes complaining about the big dog, but come one, virtually everything the USA has done, has been done by all the rest. Many of them do all of them, but there are a very few exceptions that do only some of them. The only difference is that it's come out in the news so people are complaining about it. Heck, even countries that yelled at the USA for spying on their ambassadors admitted a week or so later that they spied on everyone elses ambassadors as well.
The USA is supposed to be a world leader in freedom and 'democracy' and generally play the good child. In that, it's rather fallen in the mud lately, and has been acting like most of the rest of the unruly brats running around this neighborhood called Earth. That's too bad, but if you really think they are horrible and need to be punished with having limbs amputated or locked in the cellar for acting like the rest of them instead of being given a stern talking to and perhaps made to stand in the corner for a while, then you really need to have a hard look at yourself in the mirror and figure out that what you are doing wrong.
(If one child pees the bed, are you going to cancel the family vacation just to punish the one?)
the rubber isn't there to protect the sim card... unless they permanently embed the battery, you're still in the same boat.
It's a bit more complicated than that since all the carriers in the US use wildly different frequency bands. I've got a Lenovo S750 (waterproof and all that) thatI love, but can't get over 2G speeds due to all the spectrum issues in the US. Also, it has TWO sim cards so I can be on multiple networks at once. Lucky for me I'm usually in range of wifi so its not really a problem. Streaming pandora while I drive down the road is about the only thing I miss, and I didnt do that much anyway.
Bitcoin's utter lack of regulation permits really hideous markets to emerge, in commodities like assassination and drugs and child pornography; and finally Bitcoin is inherently damaging to the fabric of civil society because it is pretty much designed for tax evasion.
[sarcasm]All perfect examples markets and activities that weren't there before the Bitcoin...[/sarcasm]
A "First world" country is a country that was allied with either the U.S. or the U.S.S.R. during the cold world. You were "one of the 2" on one side or the other. The term "third world" came about as a way to refer to those countries unaligned in the conflict. They tended to be poor with little strategic influence and were ignored by the 2 super powers.
Being 3rd world is not a bad thing. It just means you didn't take sides in a war that never happened and has been over for decades. Rousseff has every right to be angry with the US. What the NSA is doing is criminal. We're currently the most powerful country the world has ever known. We have a military that could kill every human being with the flip of the switch. There is not threat to our sovereignty and there's no need for this ridiculous invasion of every person on earths right to privacy.
About 10 years ago I used to work for ATT in their "VPN" section. Basically they had a private VPN on their network that was specifically designed for this sort of situation. The data lines were extremely small, like 8k (they could be bigger if desired) and were used almost exclusively by cash registers. These would connect via the VPN to their primary network. Not only was an attack of the VPN difficult, with an 8k transfer rate it would be pretty difficult to send much up to them anyway. I assumed this was how all stores operated but apparently not target.
I'll down vote it on IMDB because of the reputation damage from this court decision.
Not really... they usually have them BEFORE they are released to the general public.
They will if the target is one of their political opponents
Unless they had probable cause to grab his computer and he wasn't savvy enough to have wiped the drive. Cookies for the offending email address would be pretty incriminating.
Moron. I don't care how innocent or guilty you are.
Demand a lawyer (only time you can talk)
Don't sign anything
Don't fucking talk!
Did I mention not talking?
By the time your lawyer arrives you should need a glass of water because your lips will be stuck together from all the not talking you were doing.
You're not listening to the right music then. Stop shopping at walmart.
Musicians play because they enjoy it, and enjoy being creative. Art for the sake of an audience is not art. It's the difference between a fine sculpture and a plastic vase you buy at walmart. Are vases still made by hand despite the ease at which they can be extruded from an injection molding machine? Of course.