Asshattery - people doing their jobs.
Trashy TV shows do it all the time from the helicopters. They especially like car chases.
From the TFA:
The judge has dismissed a proposed $10,000 fine against businessman Raphael Pirker, who used a remotely operated 56-inch foam glider to take aerial video for an advertisement for the University of Virginia Medical Center".
It doesn't take a rocket scientist to put two and two together. Videos shot from air need a platform to shoot them from.
Let's not go into hyperboles. Women that make "almost six figures" will usually work from home when on their maternity leave. They won't be risking not having their high paid job a couple of months after coming back because they didn't stay "in the loop".
The problem is far more prevalent in low-paid jobs like nursing, education and so on.
Nothing new there actually. A lot of the most rabid anti gay campaigners come out of the closet as gay later in their lives.
It seems that wWhen people feel a strong desire for something and are forced to suppress it because they see it as necessary to live a life they think/are conditioned to think they want to live, they tend to lash out against those who live the kind of life they actually desire to live deep down.
There is one claim to support this: because men are not overpriced but worth the extra money.
Several things happen at least here in Finland where when woman has a baby, she is entitled to a long paid vacation to take care of her baby and employer is required to keep her work spot for her. If you're a big company, you just amortise the costs with temporary workers. It hits your bottom line but it's not a major issue, as men are for example more accident prone, in more danger of alcoholism related issues and so on. But if you're a small company with just a few employees, suddenly having to find an entirely new temp worker and pay what essentially amounts to almost two salaries for the same piece of work for years (if woman has several children in short time span) can bring the entire small company down.
This causes many smaller business to shun women of child bearing age, while larger incorporate a "childbearing risk" reduction in women's salaries. It's illegal and but it's common, easily obfuscated and it does make sense. Especially with companies that need professions dominated by women taking a huge hit from this, while firms like engineering where women are generally far less common than men can afford to not really care about the issue.
Please sit down for the next piece of information will shock you to the core:
You are not the only person answering questions on slashdot.
We were talking about windows and its licensing and benefits of cracking its DRM. You barged in looking like an idiot and talked about using free software - when windows is all pay to get a license. In other words, you went wildly off topic.
Then you started throwing rocks around claiming those suggesting that talking about windows in a thread about windows is apparently a sign of computer illiteracy.
They are looking for specific material - cesium137. It emits approximately 95% beta and 5% gamma. That is why they had problems looking for it in babies - they basically look for that 5% and calculate the entire exposure based on it.
I need tools fit for the job. Offering me a screwdriver when I'm asking about qualities of different hammers is quite silly.
#2 and #3 make sense for me. I'll have to look into it once I get around to upgrading this machine beyond what may trigger this detection. Thanks.
Let me put it this way - I would find it unethical to sell a key anywhere if I'm still using the software. I would find it ethical to crack the said software if it improved my experience with it however.
Reading comprehension helps. Like finishing reading sentences you quote before replying.
ClassicShell still exists. So no. Not even close.
You should also assume that every time you walk out of the door, every person out there is out to kill you.