Well, then this is a feature, not a bug. The patient already set up for another contrast exam.
And can never pass through a metal detector unmolested...
Q: How do I convince management to hire more IT staff?
Let me explain how this works in management-land.
"We're not going to back fill."
A good manager will take the raise and accolades for cutting costs. And then leave for greener pastures while the references are still positive.
It's all Win-Win. The company saves money, the manager gets a raise and a better job. Everyone wins.
This plan is remarkably similar to the way the FBI tried to blackmail Martin Luther King, aka "the most dangerous Negro of the future in this Nation," with an audiotape they got by bugging his bedroom."
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My son is 13 years old and has been training to be a pilot since he was 11. He has taken off and landed a small airplane (with the PIC in the airplane with him, of course) quite a few times.
Really?!? You're kid is flying a plane with a PIC? So, he's essentially being trained to fly by a drone. Is there anything a robot can't do anymore?
Yeah, and if you use the word "stealing" instead of "make infringing copies", that makes the latter sound a lot worse. But here on Slashdot, you're not allowed to do that, yet it's A-OK to redefine other words for our own feel-good* purposes, apparently?
MAFIAA bribery (or "lobbying") resulted in corporations "stealing from the public domain". And they have managed to re-defined "fair use" as "DMCA violations". But you keep using whatever terms makes you feel good about that.
SCOTUS says that corporations are people??? Why not carry that stupid decision to its logical conclutions. Prosucute them as people under this law!
It may drive some people question their opposition to the death penalty.
I say in religion class.
A field trip to Somalia.