...Any idea how to find out which ones aren't?...
The last two times the power went out for days, I turned on my battery-powered radio and just scanned the dial until I heard a station giving local information.
That seemed to be a rather easy way to find which stations were broadcasting local info. btw, there were four stations that I could receive which abandoned their automated programming to go local.
Don't hurt anyone, don't lie or steal from anyone and don't crap where we all live.
Most laws are within the confines you set. So what's your point?
I just need some gas money.
So, you're charging them for the ride.
...Revolting against England was illegal, yet we did it anyway.
The people who revolted against EDngland were willing to die for what they thought was wrong.
I seriously doubt if you would be willing to engage in the same level of risk for what you proffer....
Expansion is different with ZFS. Different does not mean sucks. Different means you need to learn something new.
In my experience, it does not suck, but is rather easy to do. I added a couple of disks, ran a couple of commands, and doubled the size of my ZFS pool.
Easy as pie.
Are these topics indicative of the course the new owners of
To me, the BBC looks to be an organization that is completely anal with regard to who can view or who can access what on their website.
It looks to me as if the BBC would rather restrict than inform. But, hey, that is their choice.
If I were a news-oriented organization, I would probably take a different approach, but that's just me.
Film at 11.