"Troll" is Slashdot moderator-ese for "I don't agree with you and think no reasonable person could hold that opinion, so you must be trolling". It's far too overused; personally, I think it should be abolished entirely.
That part of the Voting Rights Act wasn't struck down.
Did they take into account the Voting Rights Act provision that requires that minority voters be concentrated into districts that they have a good likelihood of winning? That alone has the effect of diluting minority strength elsewhere.
The deal is very likely structured so the Senate won'/t be consulted. Just more of Barack Obama's contempt for the Constitution.
How's he gonna get out?
"That's not a knife. This is a knife."
Uhm...your history is backwards. rpm came first, as did Red Hat.
Now get off my lawn.
If your salesdroids can't turn that openness and transparency into an advantage, you have the wrong salesdroids. Anything can be marketed as a competitive advantage.
Hell, they should be pushing to prospects that you don't let bugs slip through the cracks. You get bug reports and post them for all to see, and you can't just ignore them in such an environment. That makes your product more robust, not less.
Chuck Jones, call your office.
Lots of folks need guns badly to defend themselves without going out and looking for trouble.
That's because you're generalizing improperly. Any gun that does not infallibly go bang whenever you pull the trigger is useless. That one gun is broken does not make all guns broken.
The problem is that the mere existence and sale of such a gun will force every gun sold in New Jersey to have it...so whether it's designed to become mandatory or not, it will be.
Electronics don't fail just because of loss of power, you know...
And if gun ban advocates truly want safety, they'd work to repeal that NJ law. As things stand, ti's nothing less than a back-door gun ban, and unconstitutional.
All what accidental deaths? The number is tiny - less than 100 a year. That number is also dropping monotonically every year, and has done so since the 1930s.
If you want to end kids' accidental deaths, get rid of bathtubs and swimming pools. They kill far more.
Accidental use of guns causes fewer deaths than just about any other accident you can name. The number is small, and has been dropping monotonically since the 1930s.
Unauthorized use of guns is not going to be significantly impacted by something like this. There are far too many out there without it, and those will never be retrofitted.
Perhaps it's a user interface limitation, instead of a storage limitation?