Unless, of course, you need directions on how to use the transit system.
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Is that you, Mr. Takei?
Ugh you are right. Apologies. My want to get that joke out there trumped fact checking. Do I get points if I am still laughing inside though?
Someone should inform Jewel that this is an appropriate example of irony!
No, but they could die (or at least suffer harm) if the mail was something like insulin or heart medication.
Merrly being snarky does not make a convincing argument.
The Postmaster General has already confirmed that mail-order medicine will continue to be delivered on Saturday.
Yes that is true but don't worry. Your kind usually go back to their home country at the end of your trip.
I wonder how many will actually cut AT&T some slack or give them credit for NOT interfering?
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I never understood why people didn't want to be catalogued. I think life would be lovely if everywhere I went, everyone knew what I wanted.
That can't *possibly* be a bad thing!
I believe the target market here is peace officers; so their guns cannot be taken from them and used against them. Not you and me.
Talk about a non-responsive response: "Our rules don't allow for hacking and violations of citizen's privacy".
Considering the state of privacy there, they certainly aren't lying.
Well, that, or not opening unexpected spreadsheets emailed to you by random strangers.
Or not have friends who do the same thing.
And they'll tell two friends... and they'll tell two friends..
And are those kept near the nuclear wessels?
Sorry, could not resist.
His readers don't agree with him."