We should subsidize SSDs with taxpayer money, is what youre saying. Works for me.
Has that been tested?
I know someone in my church who is a state delegate, and is a member of the opposite party. Doesnt change the fact that hes generally smart, decent, and shares a lot of my values.
Your comment is waaaay too overbroad. I would wager that you do not personally know even a significant number of politicians.
Like the budget!
Apparently what they meant to say was that its a collaboration platform for coding, not your own personal soapbox hosted on their dollars.
But I also have the right to disagree and to boycott them.
Boycott their free product? That will show them.
No its not, its their property. XKCD said it best of all:
Seriously, make your own damn website and stop getting pissed when people exercise their rights over their own property-- which, Id add, theyre paying for and you arent.
Its not news, as indicated by the journalistic codeword "may" as in "there MAY not actually be a story here but its good for click-throughs, so we're going to run it anyways".
Its very similar to Bettridge's Law of headlines: If a headline uses the word "may", you can generally assume that there will be little actual substance and a lot of overstatement in the article.
One declared by congress.
Why do you assume that the NSA is good at security?
Because theyre pretty widely recognized as having some of the best cryptoanalysts out there, for one.
Snowden was a contractor, who had access to a significant amount of data he didn't need to know for his job.
As I recall he was cleared for that access.
Clearly they're not good at security
Clearly thats not true, considering the contributions theyve made to cryptography, secure linux, etc.
I don't know why people believe otherwise. Your own skin is evidence of such resistance.
Because becoming immune to an oxidizing agent is a heck of a lot different than becoming immune to something targetting specific proteins / receptors / metabolic paths.
Ie, becoming immune to bleach would be sort of like if a bacteria became immune to breaching the cell wall with a needle.
IIRC, declaring martial law does require a war or insurrection.
The starvation rate in america is so low that it is not tracked independently of "exposure deaths". Heck, go to "feedingamerica.com" and try to actually find starvation stats: i couldnt even find the word "starve" on their stats page.
bullets are not stopped (and bounced back) by reflective sheeting.
Nor is any laser of any reasonable power. Not sure the exact formula / power, but a quick google search indicates that hobbyists cut things like reflective mylar foil with 3-watt CO2 lasers, which Im sure can be powered by a 500HP generator.
Generally an object in the battlefield will not be dust-free, and anything at all that isnt reflecting light is absorbing energy. Very quickly even a highly reflective surface burns and stops being reflective.
Plus you only need to apply enough energy to kill the reflectivity: a charred mirror isnt terribly reflective anymore.