Wait until you have a kid. Windows L becomes VERY useful at home. Also good for curious hacker kitties.
Communism suddenly makes sense. Before you have replicators, well, not so much.....you need an end to scarcity to make communism work.
It's all they've got left. I wonder what will happen when the remaining 7 videos come out? Probably nothing, because without Planned Parenthood, Republicans would lose half the votes they have.
My guess- a converted religious person of some type, with full faith in conversion, but realized that AM's "pay to delete" was a total fraud, after trying to delete their account. Contempt for the former life and those still in it is common in certain conversion circles.
Seems to me a certain House Representative back in the 1950s pioneered this method.
According to slashdot, apparently not. I keep getting "You have failed to confirm you are a human"
From the "Second Amendment" point of view- if the government has drones that can fire missiles, why shouldn't we have drones that can fire handguns?
Still, I dislike the engineering method of this. I think there's a far better way to do it, there is no need for a grip or trigger on a mounted gun, that's just extra weight.
"Enlightenment" is just another name for blowing your mind out on drugs until you can't tell the difference between right and wrong and can't remember history.
The "might makes right" crowd is on your side of "progress"- that's why they keep killing children in the womb and selling their body parts online.
That doesn't sound like progress to me. That sounds like regression to where we were circa 8000 BCE.
"At the heart of liberty is the right to define one's own concept of existence, of meaning, of the universe, and of the mystery of human life."- Justice Kennedy in PPvCasey, 1992, explaining why his future self would push for gay marriage.
Seems like "Progress" is rather primitive to me- it's just the right to live out a fantasy in defiance of objective reality.
Since slashdot is slashdotting my slashdot account with random logouts.
Not sure I can duplicate, due to the other strangeness I'm dealing with (It's a cross-database query and the other database doesn't have a primary key, just sets of fields with unique constraints). It may have also been a Select Distinct that I thought I had applied but didn't; the one row that was duplicating did have two in the parent table.
Duplicate of one of the four, aside from the identity field that was not part of the insert.
Yep. What gave me the clue was copying the exact same code *out* of the stored procedure, where I got 4.
C was invented on a PDP-6, IIRC, and most of the language constructs mimic PDP-6 assembly. Including Increment and Decrement.