And so if you as a soldier were ask to go to a foreign country and transport supplies to our troupes, you think it should be perfectly reasonable for us to know the name and address of your daughter? Mother? What do you think the enemy gov would do with this kind of information? Say they can already determine that information but can't make the connection beyond the fact that you are a solider some where in their country, should they be able to find out exactly where you are? What mission you are assigned to do? Where you are going to be and at what time? Do you think, even for an instant, that they would not hesitate to threaten you with the lives of your family if they thought it would cause you to stop doing your job? Oh you think that these secrets should only be available to US citizens? Citizens for how long? (time square bomber ring any bells) Would YOU want details of a mission YOU were on given to the people you were sent to stop? Their are secrets that protect the lives of our soldiers and their families, but also that protect our NATIONAL interest as well. This is not just about covering up some crap that some one did.
Buy one each of the PMS meds (Midol, pampren, etc) to the tune of about 7-8 bottles of pills and set it all on the counter and tel the clerk, "If that doesn't fix her she is frequen broke!" Seems to cut down on the number of times you are ask to go pick up that kind of stuff.
Ya, just imagine if the oil companies ever get wind of it
Sure it is, look at pictures 13, 14, and 17 they are all the same device which does not look like an iPhone 3g(s).
What is left of you after your body is dead is your soul. If you created an animated "Intelligent" life form and set it free to roam the world, would you want it to come back or go live with your worst enemy?
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And yet, many of you wonder why some people choose to homeschool!
Google "Fruit of the poisonous tree" This is legal precedent stating any evidence obtained illegally in inadmissible in a court of law. The police can not even use the pictures to obtain a search warrant.
My patrol car has no such switch, except the one on the door, and neither do any of those in my department. I have never seen a patrol car with this feature, though technologically it is something that SHOULD and could be put in place! This would greatly help when having more than one officer at a scene needing to warm up but only one having the spare key... You would not have any links to where this system could be obtained would you?
Treos all have it, you will have to do a little digging in the windows directory for the executable but it is there.
Yep those pictures of that chick you took with your cell phone and then forwarded to everyone at your school? Yep those pictures have your name saved to the EXIF data and is easily readable on any computer some one wants to upload them to. In fact I bet "There is an App for that!"
While I completely understand the sentiment, even most Point and Shoot cameras come with some type of software for downloading the pictures from the camera. This software will usually use the EXIF data to help organize your pictures by date taken, location (If available), etc. The real problem is that when uploading directly from your cell phone you are not given the option to strip that data from the file. If you upload it to your computer first you can just right click on it in windows explorer, or what ever other file browser you are using, and select properties (then advanced properties if needed on windows XP) and delete the data you want to, close the file ant the new properties will be saved to it.
Perhaps i cant detect it, but I bet it could pop his popcorn once told to do so.
YAY the world is coming to an end... Robots have taken over. this is the Best thing EVER!!!.
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