He did say 'powerful' TedTalks, so we really can't judge until they have some of those.
If they're runaways, they have homes, they just choose not to live there.
How many people would think to first check the Red Cross website first
To be honest, I would have expected the Red Cross to have more important things to do and I wouldn't want to bother them.
Then again, I would have thought people in a disaster would have more important things to do than to go on Facebook.
Also funny how people assume I mean only the think tanks they personally disagree with rather than all of them.
Rationalization goes on at think tanks. I suppose that could count as thinking.
Because it looks flashy and high-tech, both the surveillance itself and the large sums in the budget line.
It's for show, just like the TSA. And just like the TSA, they have to actually violate rights and/or molest people for the appearances to be convincing. Lawful/constitutional intelligence-gathering just isn't sexy enough.
So far they've just taken marketing's jobs.
Which surprises no-one.
Frankly a rubber ball bouncing on its own for even a full minute would have me nervous.
The exception proving the rule.
Come to think of it, when was the last time that happened?
Funny how little thinking goes on at think tanks.
If no, don't bother.
Science (and civilization in general) wouldn't make much progress if everyone had that attitude.
Some bees call it BeeMeth
Somewhere there's a Youtube video of the bee dance step that means 'BeeMeth' in bee language.
It's noodles all the way down.
If instead you had said Linux was better than Windows, you'd have annoyed a different group of people, but you'd be in the clear because it's a true statement.
coddling pathetic little weaklings who simply cannot stomach the idea that there are people who hold different, maybe even offensive, views.
Some people have views that differ from yours.
The solution is never either one of the extremes.