I think you have hit the nail on the head about the kind of people that wear them.
As a Bostonian this makes me happy. Maybe the cops sleeping in their cars will now have to work for a living. Having worked downtown for years I know exactly where and when to go to find a cop hiding and asleep in his car.
The same Supreme Court that had one of their members accept an 850,000 dollar bribe to decide Citizens United? The system has completely broken down, there are no checks and balances anymore.
20+ years of owning big dogs. I've lived in several "rough" neighborhoods and I have never had anyone try to break in. A German Shepard's bark is far more effective than any form of electronic protection.
You have to wonder how often law enforcement does this to justify SWAT raids.
Really hard to believe these remote features were not known by someone. I wonder how many accidents weren't?
200 "furniture movers" were given H1-b visa's in 2001. Are there really not enough furniture movers in NYC that a company had to import 200 of them? Google "Urban Moving Systems".
I took COBOL in the 80's, my instructor was one of the guys that MADE COBOL. He said even back then, COBOL will not be going anywhere for decades. Man did he call it.
Nice to see the UK government is just as corrupt and for sale as the US one.
Background. Wife works as a distribution manager for a small indie publisher. Her job is mostly converting e-books to different formats and uploading them to the online sellers databases. To upload e-books to the Itunes store she has to use a program called IProducer. One day, Iproducer just stopped working when trying to upload to ITunes. Turns out Apple had started blocking access for any copy of IProducer that was too "old". Fine, it is a business need, upgrade IProducer, ooopsss. New version of IProducer won't install on the current OS version. Fine, business need, pay for new OS, then pay for new IProducer, then can sell on ITunes. Pretty neat setup when you think about it. There was nothing wrong with the old version of the Iproducer program, they just shut if off to force people to buy the new OS.
Instantly moderated down two points, looks like I'm right.
Looks like someone got an early start on the North Korea false flag attack. Right up there with the BBC announcing the collapse of WTC 7 20 minutes before it happened.
Semi - conductor worker here. My employers have always paid for training up front. I wouldn't work at a job that expected me to pay for training the employer requires. I am provided the study materials, I am paid for my study time and for the time spent actually in a classroom. Sounds like the IT field is getting the short end of the stick.
The writer of the article claims that the super cavitating boat would be invisible to sonar, sorry that is completely wrong. Cavitation is one of the easiest things for sonar to pick up.
MikeatWired writes "We like to think of the drone war as something far away, fought in the deserts of Yemen or the mountains of Afghanistan. But we now know it’s closer than we thought, writes Lorenzo Franceschi-Bicchierai at Danger Room. There are 64 drone bases on American soil. That includes 12 locations housing Predator and Reaper unmanned aerial vehicles, which can be armed. Public Intelligence, a non-profit that advocates for free access to information, released a map of military UAV activities in the United States on Tuesday. Assembled from military sources — especially this little-known June 2011 Air Force presentation (.pdf) — it is arguably the most comprehensive map so far of the spread of the Pentagon’s unmanned fleet. What exact missions are performed at those locations, however, is not clear. Some bases might be used as remote cockpits to control the robotic aircraft overseas, some for drone pilot training. Others may also serve as imagery analysis depots."
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