Admit being wrong? No thanks, I've been trying to cut back.
Well, its really no more ridiculous than storing authentication on the client-side. You'd be shocked how often this basic foolishness flies with very large companies.
google the "Fraudulent Online Identity Sanctions Act", moron.
There actually IS a law, its called the "Fraudulent Online Identity Sanctions Act" and its an ammendment to some other law I forget the name of but I'm sure is as easy to google.
Federal crime, 7 years in jail yo.
while you're right that was a customer service agreement, a simple internet search will show you a ton of references to the text of the actual law.
no that was icann's policy. here's the law. you want me to do any of your other homework for you?
come on don't be egomaniacal or lazy. you can google this yourself. its a law. https://www.govtrack.us/congre...
1) Uh. No, there is no such law.
2) If there was such a law, it would not require the email address listed to be read by a human being.
REFUTED on both counts.
There is no law. Stop saying things to sound smart.
Stop contradicting things I say just to try to astro-turf over your own misbehavior.
They're lucky it wasn't held hostage...
Lucky, indeed! Next expires 26-may-2020. Lets see how that works for them next time around.
I'm pretty sure also they're required by law to put ACCURATE contact info into the registry...
... Of course, those pale in comparison to the Yellowstone caldera.. if THAT one blows, at least the western part of the USA has a BIG problem....
I hate to have to mention this, but if Yellowstone goes, the western part of the USA will be someone ELSE's problem; at minimum, the entire rest of that hemisphere - this is assuming the whole planet doesn't just pop like a zit and crack in half at that point. Most models suggest this would be an extinction level event.
Which all makes perfect sense right up until you start making more than about 30$/hour and realize that the only resource more important than your health and your money is the time you spend enjoying yourself or learning new things while someone else is doing your chores for you. Also, you should probably seek better advice on restaurants... I used to think the nicest meal you could buy was from the Cheesecake Factory too.
I know you made this statement sarcastically but since you've referenced a very important and relevant point in history I'll mention for our younger readers that this is a popular paraphrase of a statement made by one Arnold Amaury during what has become now known broadly as "The Spanish Inquisition" when asked how he proposed they'd weed the heretics out of Béziers; his response was "Kill them all, God will know his own."
The chilling parallels between The Inquisition and the current comparatively passive-aggressive war on freedom of information ought not be trivialized by satire.
There is also an argument to be made that your statement represents a base misunderstanding or perhaps even willful ignorance of what a martyr actually is.
I guess that's a good point, it was a choice more based on preferences in available hardware, really. The best quality receivers have optical or both, whereas very good ones with coax only are rarer.