The real WTF in this scenario is why does the POS software have access to credit card numbers? A one-way transaction will have all credit card information go directly through the PINpad, without ever being exposed to the controlling PC.
Mod parent up.
You can stay permanently at home, working on your computer and receiving food deliveries. It's called "house arrest". Why would anybody want that?
You're new here, aren't you?
Yeah, but the passengers are heavier. So I'd say it's a wash.
I'll just continue using my standard password:
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April Fools is still five days away.
Wouldn't it have made more sense for Snowden to end up in Germany where he can have an eye kept on him, than in Russia where he is free to give any and all intel he has to Putin?
Other than copyright or piracy exactly which US law could you violate while in Australia and then be arrested for upon arrival back in the US?
Sending money to Cuba.
Anybody remember those? They were just about all I read when I was a kid.
Yes, but it's really going to mess things up for future genealogists that use things like familytreedna.com if this kind of procedure isn't documented.
The media are not getting any more sensational than they used to be. Just rip open your local turn-of-the-century (e.g. 114 years ago) newspaper archives. They used to report on *everything*.
Wrapped up like a douche, another boner in the night.
In Bjarne we trust. I should hope he knows what he's talking about.
Or we could just increase the policy of using attack helicopters to hunt down poachers. It's win-win, the pilots get first class training in finding targets in a vast landscape using various sensing equipment, and the poachers are given something real to worry about.
Some poachers have even been using helicopters themselves so there's also ample scope for air defence training there for fast jets and such too.
That way we don't have to worry about them going extinct (and the massive knock on effects to their ecosystem) in the first place. You're killing two birds with one stone- dealing with the poaching problem whilst getting your military some real training that simultaneously does something useful. Far better than classic contrived military exercises that often bare little resemblance to the real thing and just burn resources for not much benefit.
This has been a very successful policy in the countries that have attempted it thus far, and it should be ramped up. Turn poachers from the hunter who hunts illegaly with overwhelming force into the hunted that is hunted legally with overwhelming force and they soon stop.
You're right. Ever since Norway implemented this policy, there hasn't been a single elephant death in their territory due to poaching.