Who do you think you are? Nvidia, where they went out of their way to break physx if you have a AMD card installed in your system.
Not only that but it's hardly an uncommon name. Uncommon in the west sure but that's about it. Hell take my real first name, there's a lot of people named thus in the west. Not so much in Japan. Take my Japanese name lots in Japan, not so much in the west. The entire thing just wants me to bang my head against the wall to make the stupid stop.
I'm guessing that the GP has never had to deal with a will or death issue of a family member and the transfer of items from the dead to the living. It's not a pretty process, and in a lot of families it's usually only one or two people who end up dealing with this.
Quoting the daily mail should get you modded down, not up.
A-typical case of "boo hoo, I don't like the source," so I'll throw a fit over it even if it's correct. How odd that there's no shortage of other papers that have reported on exactly the same thing now is there. But don't worry, I didn't up the statistics. Rather I posted a singular story, but didn't directly apply it to one shelter. After all, even you could spend the 30 seconds to use google and find out that I'm still right.
Ah, the classic "well I thought I was being funny, what's your problem...?".
Perhaps, you're not as funny as you think...?
Don't worry AC, after all if you actually had something more worthwhile to say you'd have attached it to your name right?
Want to know what's funny? The majority of banks worldwide don't have that method of security, most don't even use or supply some form of key code challenge using a keypass generator. But, you take a look at a whole pile of MMO's out on the market, and in Blizzard's case their entire gaming front-end and you have a remote authenticator.
What does that say about the general security of banking? Not much. Especially when a company like Blizzard effectively gives their authenticators away and you pay for shipping. You'd think, that the banks would dip into all those profits and do the same. But I have a feeling it's going to take a major(in the 500m+ range) before this changes.
Don't worry, there's half a dozen replies that missed the sarcasm and humor in my post. You just happen to be one of them, so I have to ask what's the world like living in a state where there's no humor in it?
Killing 90% of all the animals they take in while claiming to be an "ethical" organization. The sooner the sink into the dustbin of history along with various other wingnut organizations the better.
Ah, so we're throwing the aircraft through the air with the power of pixie dust and unicorn farts. Awesome!
Grandma won't be out riding a bike. She'll be in a car if she actually has to go anywhere, otherwise she'll be at home doing whatever like most retirees.
Yeah, a Mormon vulture capitalist and a insane mayor from bumfuck Alaska would have been much better.
Apparently they would. After all, there was recently a strategy meeting with regards to Russia and the Ukraine. And want to guess who blew it off to go see a film festival? If you guessed anyone but Obama, you're just a partisan hack.
The human brain doesn't fully develop until 25. We don't even hold teenagers responsible for their actions until they're 17-18.
Bzzt. Sorry, but in the US the mens rea varies by state, but is anywhere between 8-12(might be lower in a few states). That's the "action where by which the individual has the mental understanding to know the difference between right and wrong." Canada however it's 12, or as my old criminal law professor said: "In Canada, at the age of 12 the mens rea fairy comes along and hits you in the head with the magical mallet and you suddenly know the difference between right and wrong."
Sadly for the Republicans it is a very credible mistake to make.
Really? Should I really point to the bastion of liberal media out there today, where when they're taking things directly out of context, they're actually making up the news in order to smear individuals on the right. I know people enjoy it when the media "cheerleads" for their side, but in the 25 years that I've been paying attention to politics, and back when I was a delegate for the liberal party, never have I seen the levels of pure manufacturing that goes on with the left today in the US. If the US was a 3rd world country, NBC/MSNBC, ABC, CBS would be considered mouthpieces of the state.
Especially with the number of hyper-partisan organizations on the left that go out of their way to either directly influence the news, or actually give their talking points directly to those who are giving the interviews. Be honest with yourself, when a reporter from the media is using verbatim talking points from: The Whitehouse, or Media Matters, you've got a serious credibility gap in your medias ability to report on things in a fair and objective manner.
If I remember right, they do, and it's probably like their pollution standards - on the book as the best in the world, but having so little bite that you have to create a national/global scandal in order to actually have them enforced against you.
Such as putting melamine in milk. A couple people were executed for that one.
Oh, the laws probably have plenty of bite. The reality is if you have enough money to grease people the right way, such as in the melamine in the milk, rice, and a few other things it can go away for a very long time. And as a fun point, this continues to be a serious issue in Asia, especially with Japan and S.Korea and Chinese imports, not so much with the Americas or Europe which is rather odd.
Sadly for democrats they don't seem to be able to tell the difference. Though how odd that Romney and Palin both figured this out before Barack "smartest man in the room" Obama(not my statement but the various flappy headed folks in the media), said that they were both wrong, oh so very wrong. Well, anyone who's paid even basic attention to geopolitics over the last decade could figure it out, I guess this is what happens when you have a president who was a community organizer, and the majority of the staff have have no clue.