I already downloaded and burned Mageia.
I already downloaded and burned Mageia.
I think I see where you're both going, and I agree with him. It's not like just any asshole can broadcast. The government decides who's even allowed to bid on spectrum, so even if there were nothing fancier going on, there's manipulation at that level. But beyond that, Fox "News" and their victory in court against having to even try to tell the truth when they call it news is vindication of the position. The mainstream media does the will of the government, and buys legislation in same, to the extent that the lines between the two are blurred.
I've been to useful meetings, they were meetings in other departments. I know what's going on in my department. Visiting another department every week can be relevant.
Students from 37 countries gave their thoughts on 40 figures and significant events in world history.
But it doesn't seem to mention who was on the list, or who compiled it, or anything else meaningful about it. It would really help with figuring out how these results came to be. In particular I can think of two more Vlads who i would expect to see in the top 10 list of villains, amongst others.
Another glaring omission is Dick Cheney. This suggests that we are still a ways away from correcting the history books to show that indeed most of the terrible decisions attributed to the incompetent Bush were just the result of executing directives handed down from the man who was - in name only - his subordinate. Plenty of people in this country are aware of the disproportionate amount of power that Cheney wielded from 2001 through 2009, however it seems that abroad still very few are.
I hadn't noticed him in a long time. I figured dead or in a psyche hospital.
However, there is one distinction that Bush has that none of the others on the top 10 have. Only he launched a war against a sovereign nation thousands of miles away while in the position of head of state. Granted, several of the others did not have the technology to do so in their time (Genghis Khan, especially), but he is the only one on the list who did it either way. Others were also not formal heads of state (Khan again, or Bin Laden for a more recent example).
I expect you might want to counter with something along the lines of how Bush believed he was doing the right thing by invading a sovereign nation thousands of miles away who posed absolutely no credible threat to his own country. To that I will also point to the fact that the others on the list mostly also convinced themselves they were doing the right thing.
I might agree to follow the Silver Teapot religion, I like me some tea. Just think, we could have a TeaParty. It would be an excellent art project.
Thank you but I am not seeking the game. I am just trying to remember the distro.
That does not explain their curmudgeon attitude and other idiocy. It can't (I hope) be entirely due to their lack of intellect or logic. There must be a physical component and I am thinking it is due to frustration for a disaffected libido.
Hmm... Disaffected Libido... Band name, maybe? I have never typed that before and I hope I never type it again. It was wrong and I should feel bad.
"...charged with killing his friend..." You know, I am sick of that. If you killed them they were NOT your friend.
Umm... +5 for effort maybe?
That domain name is available... Yes it is...
The "trouble" is that Microsoft has a lot of money still. They can stay in the phone game at a loss (it is only a partial loss) for many many many years. They can market lots of things at a loss and stay financially solvent for a very long time.
I confess, that would be awesome and I would take one of the shits I give about the NSA back just for having a cool op like that working for them. I wonder if you need to be in a phone call or will a dial-tone work for landlines?
I thought it was over Texas and Oklahoma. The Cloud is just downloading some info there.