The Christmas Merlin came out I was enchanted with it - I spent *hours* at the toy store in the mall, playing with the demo unit, learning how to program the music player to play the theme to Star Wars. I got one that Christmas and played with it incessantly. Eventually it ended up in a garage sale but several years ago I tracked down an original one on EBay and continue to play magic square on it to this day. (The original - not the remake.)
Hmmm... on the flip side, maybe they should start naming terrorist threats like they're doing with storms now.
We're currently under Yellow Threat Level Stephanie and remind you that Yellow Threat Level's Roberta, Quistis, Patricia, Otto, Norm, Mannheim, Lenny, Keith, Jennifer (not to be confused with Gennifer), Ichabod, Henry, Gennifer, Frank, Esther, David, Cato, Benedict, Arnold are all still in effect!
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If I object to the search then they arrest me and take me away. Then come back and ask my wife if they can search the house... If she objects do they arrest her too or consent.
If nobody is then in the house they can easily get a warrant because, hey, both occupants were arrested for obstructing justice so they must be hiding something and nobody is there ANYWAY so it's probably a "good idea"(tm) for the judge to issue a warrant to make sure everythings, y'know, SAFE for neighborhood children.
Not so, according to James Samuelson. In a Wall Street Journal opinion piece, Mr. Samuelson explains that testing is actually good for the intellectual health of students. (http://online.wsj.com/news/articles/SB10001424052702304104504579374651890320212) Testing is also an excellent way for teachers to better understand the particular academic challenges their students face.
Students acquire test-taking skills through discipline, through routine. They also learn how to reason by following a progression of ideas in connected, logical order. But the need for discipline, for routine, would require teachers to cut down on the practice of flitting about from one unconnected topic to another.
Mr. Samuelson teaches at Queens Vocational & Technical High School in Sunnyside, Queens, N.Y."
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Has Adam Savage gained super powers after his exposure to radiation?
Jamie: "Okay, Adam jump off the top of the building!"
Jamie: "Nope... can't fly..."
"Jamie... I'm glowing!"
"Well there's your problem! I'd say that's Myth Confirmed!"
"That's all well and good for you but I look like a dead Jedi Knight now! Although that's pretty cool!"
No no no... See you're competing with bandwidth for torrenters and pirate scammers who are downloading their movies for free which slows down your streaming so Netflix is paying to give you better service... which will be passed on to you as part of your support to legally enjoy and supports the arts communities.
So y'see, in the end it's actually better for you to pirate the movies for "free" with the Comcast service which will hurt Comcast in the end because they won't get their Two Dollars.
Wait that still makes Comcast the winner... uhhh...
I think this would give the government decent reason to block the Time Warner merger - Lest Comcast become the 21st century version of Standard Oil.
(Or not... if Comcast has enough political leverage with the current administration and with them owning NBC...)
Disabling Remote management will help but not fully solve the problem.
For instance a cross-scripting attack via your web browser could attempt to inject the worm on your side.
"Higgeldy-piggledy means a real mess!"
Ahh... so I can smoke in airplanes then as it's my constitutional right?
Congress has the authority to regulate the airspace and, as such, regulates the rules of commercial air travel.
PRIVATE planes can make all the calls they want. (And, of course, texting while piloting a plane is the cause of many air accidents and therefore should be banned...)
"I don't know... lately I just don't feel like there's anything special about me."
"You are an incredibly sensitive man, who inspires joy-joy feelings in all those around you."
Yeah I was about to post the same question.
But given the over-explanation for degaussing maybe it's something as simple as burn-in on old CRT monitors that did status displays for weapons panels/nuclear reactors, etc; ?