2) So what? If a line of abuse can be documented that a woman is the perpetrator, they should be treated that way by the law.
5) So what? Women are now allowed to serve, therefore they should be forced into Selective Service just like men if they want to vote. Either that or eliminate Selective Service altogether.
6) So what? They're not now. Haven't been for a while. If they can get opportunities for scholarships just for being a woman, I demand scholarships just for being a man. Either that or get rid of gender-based scholarships altogether.
Equality for genders means that neither gender gets special privileges. If a woman wants the job of a man, they better be prepared to have to perform the job of a man. No bitching if a warehouse job requires lifting 150 lbs crank shafts. If you can't handle it, get a job you can handle. Period. Do not expect concessions to be made just because your physiology prevents you from being able to perform the duties of the job.
Bullshit. The only thing that shatters literacy on the Internet is impatience. I take the time to convey full sentences in my messages simply because it will many times avert confusion and it's easier. I converse with all manner of people through text and messaging, many of whom don't understand txt spk. It's easier for me to take the time to communicate in full sentences to everyone than to have to convey a message twice to someone who I assume would understand txt spk, then find out they don't and have to use the proper sentence anyway.
Unlike DC, where we know whether there's intelligent life in it or not, we don't know if there's intelligent life on mars.
The joke most would infer is that the AC was trying to say that there was no intelligent life in DC. However, it is just as easy to make the inference the other way, in which the AC just comes off as a political ass-kisser.
Nobody cares about Africa
((end sarcasm / semi-obscure movie reference))
Let's say you bought those 3 items on 3 separate occasions...and only those 3 items all year. Here's what you spent:
Samsung 10.1" tablet in white - $299 on NewEgg (free 5 day shipping), $325.33 on Amazon ($299 + $26.33 Prime shipping)
Intel Core i5-3570K Ivy Bridge 3.4GHz - $199 on NewEgg (free shipping), $224.32 on Amazon ($197.99 + $26.33 Prime)
ASUS RT-AC66U Dual-Band Wireless-AC1750 - $179.99 on NewEgg (free shipping), $206.33 on Amazon ( $179.99 + $26.34 Prime)
Total Cost NewEgg: 677.99
Total Cost Amazon: 755.98
Also note that the 3-5 day is just when NewEgg Guarantees that the items will arrive. It also depends on your proximity to the Distribution centers. I live close enough that free shipping is usually here within 2 days and 2 day ship is always here next day.. Amazon's 2 day ship option has quite often wound up having the carrier eating the shipping cost to me because they're almost always a day or two late; especially when it goes by DHL.
If you really want to see if you're actually saving anything using prime figure it this way: Deduct the difference of the Prime price from the Non-Prime price of each book you get through prime. Do the same for movies you watch through prime. Add the Non-Prime cost of any TV series you watch on Prime. Then tally up all the shipping you would have otherwise had to pay for if you didn't use Prime. Add all of that together. If the amount comes to $79 or greater, you're getting a good deal. If it doesn't, you're getting ripped off. For my habits, I'd have been getting ripped off.
I do not know if that would be faster/better to do 'join' statement over multiple huge data tables compared to nested queries
Using a joined query instead of nested means that you are hitting the database once per transaction instead of 5, 10, 50 times. The company where I work has an outsourced application that will hit our database first for the top 2000 records, then hit it again and again for each filter that the user applies, one query per filter. In every transaction there's a minimum of two hits on the DB. Multiply this by about 6,000 operations per minute coming in from all around the state, and it's a bandwidth headache. A better way would be if the program hit the database once on boot to ensure the table headings are updated, then have the user set up the filters s/he needs and execute a single joined query.
why would GET & POST requests be involved in security?
Although both can be susceptible to an injection attack, it's simply easier using GET over POST. It can be partially explained by xkcd and it's related explanation. Using POST will allow for more parsing in the back end to be able to sanitize the user's input, thereby reducing the chances of a successful injection attack. With GET it's considerably harder to sanitize the URL before it hits the processing script. When working with security, you want to make decisions that increase the difficulty of the attack vector. Just the difference between GET & POST alone isn't enough for security, but it is a good first step in seeing if a candidate understands the difference and can comprehend how the difference can matter from a security standpoint.
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Facebook claims that this is to remove an "old setting", implying that few people use the option or that it is outdated. But for anyone who has ever been stalked, this is bad news."
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