Meanwhile "the troll" asserts that an employer refusing to pay someone to do nothing is an "urban legend".
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Pretty much. The user double clicks the icon and answers "No" and doesn't get to see jiggly bits. So the user double clicks the icon again and says "Yes" this time.
As the old saying ought to go:
It's better to live on your feet than die on your knees
The problem with your XKCD comic is that $5 wrenches only work on one person at a time, and they have to have already decided which person they're going to use the wrench on.
PRISM and other wide-scale NSA dragnets are specifically designed to be as wide a net as possible so that they can collect everyone's information all the time at a minimum cost, and then later decide what to do with it. As the cost to spy on you decreases to zero, so does your ability to be "not worth" spying on.
The filetype is now contained in the icon
The icon of an executable is set by the executable. Enjoy your porn.jpg.exe with a thumbnail icon.
The problem is that if they manage to get your DNS settings changed, they can use real URLs in the phishing emails.
borders aren't that hard to keep.
Isn't that what East Germany said? Walls, landmines, razor wire, snipers, papers please... and they still leaked like a sieve.
Setting aside socialism, if the system was working anything approaching optimum for the current configuration of third party payers and patent holders and everything else, insurance companies would already be inventing (and/or buying inventors of) drugs and practically giving them away to their members (or cross-licensing them with other insurers cheap to get their members the best drugs available in multiple categories). As a side effect, insurance companies would inherently aim to reduce side effects (guess who pays when you have a heart attack because of taking some drug) rather than cover side effects up (see: VIOXX). It would also eliminate the (real or imagined) conflict of interest between finding cures and finding treatments.
It would be, but it'd be impossible to prove unless someone in the State or at Google spoke up about it.
Are you sure no other sub group objects to porn popping into their faces?
I've never had porn just "pop into my face" if I wasn't going and looking for it. Are you sure you're not asking a bunch of people from Utah why they use more porn than any other state? "I swear I didn't go to pornmd.com it just popped into my face! It was a typo! a virus! moonbeams!"
That said, the only groups I can think of who tell people what they can and can't look at or listen to are liberals and bible thumping republicans (also liberals).
Maybe not in Europe, but here in the US reloading casings is a thing. http://www.wikihow.com/Reload-... You do need to buy the right equipment though and these days it probably does get you put on lists on either side of the pond.
Casting bullets isn't the preferred way to make them (since these days people want jacketed bullets hollow points etc) but melting lead and casting them from molds is trivial.
I get that response all the time. Then they tell me it needs to support version 7 of "the internet".
Politics aside, the biggest problem with this is going to be the housing. Those "low end" apartments almost certainly didn't spring into existence at $0.96/sqft, but upgrading the 600,000 people from soggy cardboard is going to require a lot of new construction, and people building new things are going to want money for that wood, brick and property, even if the entire structure is built with robots. Terrafoam to the rescue, I guess.
That said, if you're willing to not own a lot of stuff or have a bedroom, it looks like 242sqft is plenty of space. It's probably pretty standard in Tokyo too.
But then how will minimum wage employers get to fuck around with everyone by suggesting that they get a second job if they want to live, then refusing to schedule a consistent shift so that the employee can schedule a second job with a consistently different shift?