Not as a final sentence, but you can ban people from a number of things as a condition of bail.
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How about Sansa getting carted off to Winterfell to marry Ramsey Bolton? Bet you didn't know about that.
Maybe Back to the Future II wasn't that far off.
I think a basic logic course should be mandatory and certain CS course could cover this requirement.
But this seems too specialize to require of all teachers.
Because you usually don't need an entirely new OS every year, unless you are Ubuntu.
The government has protocols for all types of crazy situations. It is usually better to come up with a plan when you have some time to discuss options than on the fly. Many of these protocols have never been used and never will.
I think what we are concerned about is when the government USES the protocol. Certainly there would be improper uses of it, and that is what should be at issue.
There will certainly be some people that will need to have a dedicated vehicle based on the cargo they are carrying, but for the most of us, why have a car at all? Thing about the space savings if you didn't need to park all of those cars downtown and during the day they could drive themselves somewhere else and drive someone with a different schedule, sort of like a driverless Uber, where everyone just shares the cost of the fleet of cars based on usage.
I think if I cut beer out of my life, I'd drop 30 pounds in a year. But then life would be too boring.
I seriously doubt that it is compulsory. I bet you can also turn it off like most new features.
I still can't get a new build to reliably resume from hibernation mode.
Clearly against the terms of service and will quickly be patched and disabled. Being critical of facebook in this instance seems a little office base. They are clearly getting limited access that they would not already have. No one is entitled to everything for free.
Seems like the police department would develop an incentive to pull over seeming wealthy individuals.
So on top of getting bigger fines you are targeted more often because you drive an above average car? No thanks.
Minimum fines. Or something tied to net worth.
I bought a laptop with a forward facing camera that I never intend to use. It was just cheaper than getting a laptop that didn't have one.
The same can be said for any off the shelf hardware. Sometime you are just stuck with what they make.
This is how I felt learning a rubix cube.
It was really cool learning how to solve it, but learning all of the more efficient way to do it just took the fun out of it for me.