What would motivate a rabbit, horse or dog to eat its own shit?
For a lot of animals their digestive system can't extract all the nutrients in one pass. By giving the food a second pass through the digestive tract they get more nutrients.
Sometime in the 80s Microsoft went from being a great company to being a group of douchebags.
Skills needed: Basic math, intro to accounting, some economics to see how viable your job is in the future, home ec to show how cooking your own steak and potato as opposed to the local restaurant is much cheaper,
The topic: Global warming
Skills needed: Basic math, history, statistics, critical thinking. Bonus skills: advanced math, meteorology
The topic: ISIS
Skills needed: history, religion studies, psychology, psychiatry, social studies, George Bush cranial anal extraction surgery techniques.
Get swatted, cops shoot your dog, toss a flash bang into your baby's crib, and scare the crap out of everyone in the family? Grand Jury decides we're cool, no cops get prosecuted.
Get 911'd, cops look into it, figure there's a good chance it's a hoax, turns out it's not a hoax. Layers sue for millions and win.
Essentially, the average citizen and common sense loses in both cases.
How the hell did we get such a militarized police force anyway?
/ may the non-Chinese sourced electrolytic caps capture your glory
Double that for shows like survivor, that distort asscracks and such.
For Fark's sake, if you're going to show it, show it, don't edit it. If you're going to edit it, don't show it. I'm not a kid, I'm an adult watching an adult show. Treat me like an adult, or I swear to god I'll cut the cable and y'all can wonder why pirate's bay gets better ratings that your OTA ratings.
On the one hand "Microsoft Spartan" doesn't seem corporate enough. On the other hand it'll fit right in with Firefox & Chrome, which also have non-descriptive names that are pan-inoffensive yet interesting...
I guess a better name would be Microsoft iInfectu.
First line of the article: "What if the key to your house was shared with 28,000 other homes?"
Several years ago I found myself in this situation. I worked night shift, getting home between 2-3 AM. One night I unlocked my door, opened it, and just had time to think "WTF, this isn't my living room" when some guy came running up with "hey, who are you!!!".
The place I was renting was WW2 era housing, a group of rectangular buildings next to each other, each with 8 apts (think | | | | | |). I had the upper unit in the back, turns out my key worked on *every* upper back unit in each building. Talked to one of my neighbors, his key also worked in every building that corresponded to his unit.
Trust me, we all had new locks within 24 hours.