perhaps a 5kg skull-mounted tactile transducer might do the trick?
Apple tried this in Europe - in Denmark, a government body created a letter people could print out and take to the stores to remind the company about legal requirements and rights.
I once worked with a guy who said if a girl in college got raped when she was drunk it was her fault, except of course if it was his daughter in which case he'd shoot the guy.
Seems to be trivially fixed - get him significantly drunk, and then sexually assaulted; it was thus his own fault.
Note: Don't arrange for anyone to get sexually assaulted - or for that matter arrange for people to get intoxicated, unless they've agreed to it ahead of time.
there are no clues at all that some bearded man is involved anywhere.
Ken Ham has this book with lots of historical, factual clues about some bearded man.
I consider the Scandinavian (Nordic) countries Socialist, as would most-anyone in Scandinavia as far as I've seen.
Current PM in Denmark is the head of the Social Democrats.
Previous PM in Sweden represented the Swedish Social Democratic Party.
In Denmark, Sweden, Norway and Finland, socialist parties are amongst the largest parties.
(Norway recently turned toward Neo-nazism, so not going to use them as example)
Being Socialist doesn't explicitly impair your ability to have a free market.
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Well, when they escalated it to calling in bomb-threats against an aircraft last night, I think "terror" suddenly became a valid terminology.
Reading, it sounds like it is able to replicate various mag-stripes, and therefore can replicate various credit-cards.
This, in a world where credit-card issuers are trying real hard to get away from mag-stripes and over to chip-only operation, makes no sense.
Personally, I've seen a LOT of stores over the last 4-5 years, where the mag-reader has been taped over (or a standard cardboard thing inserted), so the only option is to use the card-chip; likewise, several new portable readers (in restaurants, taxis), that only read chips and not mag-strips.
Sooo.. what is it about this product, that makes it worth however little money it may cost??
Seriously, I read about this via Google+ (!) a few days ago - Slashdot is getting properly slow now.
It sounds like Oracle's fucking business model. Overcommit, underbudget, get the job by being the "cheapest". Once the client's committed to your implementation, claim that the project brief was misleading or something and massively jack up the budget or leave the client with a stinking piece of shit.
Can confirm is not only Oracle, but any large (IT? Consulting?) company, that thinks they can get away with it, uses this strategy.
So that's both CopSub and SpaceX having a boo-boo thing month - coinkidink?
Get a Dyson - it uses less power, but is more efficient at turning that power into loud noise!
Yes, if you pay for a paper-copy of the Mail, you get ads
Also, at rates of 1-10GBP, there is room for more than 4 sites before you hit 140GBP - I didn't enumerate every site on the planet, just some examples. I'm sure some are already ad-free, some have ads you do not mind or that you can ignore, so you could chose to only pay a subscription at those site where it would help you the most?
My last employer paid our private internet-bill (up to some amount), as everyone in my team needed internet when working from home during night- and weekend-shifts.
This went well until they repeatedly "forgot" to pay the bill, and the provider cut internet, phone and TV to some of the guys in the team, due to considering them all part of a single package (despite being billed separately).