Now that's a good problem to occupy the attention of Google's "UI designers", who clearly have nothing useful to do with their time!
Of course they are. What else can you do when someone is trying to murder you?
How can a union, as such, possibly be an object of murder? All Walker did was enact some common-sense reforms, right?
Public sector unions are a mutiny awaiting their moment, or, in the case of Wisconsin, trying to have their way with taxpayers.
I hasten to add that I have no problem with private sector unions, insofar as there are right-to-work laws to keep them in check.
He literally goes out of his way to not even acknowledge the existence of the largest city in Wisconsin in his speeches.
As a rhetorical matter, how under the sun would you even prove that?
I'm willing to slog through the cess pool of Marx's thought. .
I'm also willing to do the same with, say, the Gospel of Mark with you. It's the shortest. But let's do yours first.
Because I'm a giver like that.
If they brick many US government computers, and it was deliberate they're in deep. The DoJ isn't so vigorous for consumer protection, but screw with government computers, especially those holding confidential information, and they get quite upset.
Bad analogy. If this was deliberate, which seems likely, there's no legal loophole which lets you destroy someone else stuff. With a court order you can go after unsold inventory with a vengeance, but not consumer gear.
None of which will matter if they end up bricking government PCs, no matter what their excuse is.
I'm discussing the kind of consequence you'd face, and pointing out an apparent contradiction: your support of the mechanism seems at odds with a potential result.
You're only trying to find a way to satisfy yourself that the lottery can't work. All the inconsistencies are on your side.
Your perceived inconsistency is what, exactly?
Sony was slapped with a fine so large the shareholders winced. The CEO resigned. The DoJ said they got the benefit of the doubt that the effect on government computers was unintended, but if Sony didn't learn the DoJ would simply
Because the cause of most gang violence is the war on drugs. End that and the violence will plummet
I'm all for ending the war on drugs. Along with stricter gun laws, it will put a serious dent in the number of innocent people who get shot every year.
According to Swearingen, the likely solution to internet trolls will be a combination of things. The expansion of laws like the one currently on the books in California, which expands what constitutes online harassment, could help put the pressure on harassers. The upcoming Supreme Court case, Elonis v. The United States, looks to test the limits of free speech versus threatening comments on Facebook. "Can a combination of legal action, market pressure, and societal taboo work together to curb harassment?" asks Swearingen. "Too many people do too much online for things to stay the way they are.""