I think they expressly designed their hardware and software to auto-sodomize you.
Depends on when the author dies and the reins are given to Brandon Sanderson to finish it up once and for all.
The character's look gives me a Christopher Llyod vibe.
All cloud services are run by outside companies. That's what makes them cloud services. The cloud is everything you don't have direct control over.
I was a bit mistaken about the access permitted to national forests. I was also not talking libre not gratis when I wrote free. The appalachian trail, however, is definitely under the jurisdiction of the NPS.
It's managed by the NPS and the other organizations partner with them to help, including the USFS, but as far as policy and legal aspects go it's under NPS jurisdiction.
Well, since you missed my point. Your comment was off topic as is this pointlessly long response that I didn't read in its entirety because it was quite obvious that you missed the point and are just looking for even the slightest reason to go off on some rant about some cause that you feel is near and dear to you. This slashdot topic is discussing the US Forest Service and a stupid policy they're trying to implement. Bringing in national parks has no bearing what-so-ever since they are under the dominion and control of the US National Park Service which is completely distinct and separate from the US Forest Service.
The Appalachian Trail is managed by the US National Park Service and not the US Forest Service. Most of the lands you are going onto as an outdoorsman are managed by the NPS and not the FS. In fact, if you're on the lands managed by the FS and you don't have a permit you're likely there illegally. It's the national parks that you have free access to.
The US Forest Service manages national forests while the US National Park Service manages national parks. I'm not sure why you bring that up because the aggressive logging is in national forests and not national parks.
Possibly, I was under the impression that Ansel Adams took most of his photos of national parks and not wilderness areas. This fine is levied by the US Forest Service which does not manage or have jurisdiction over national parks which the US National Park Service has jurisdiction. The US Forest Service is the same bunch of fools that thought bring what qualifies as essentially SWAT teams to the Bundy standoff was a brilliant idea. This fine, I have no doubt, is directly related to their bungling of how to handle that situation and the media circus that was created. This way they can greatly clamp down on any coverage of similar future standoffs.
Your plan is flawed. National parks are not managed by the US Forest Service. They are managed by the US National Park Service. Two different organizations.
Their handling of the standoff with Bundy was a fiasco. This is their response for future engagements.
Lucky for you that the national parks are under the management of the US National Park Service and not the US Forest Service. Thus the fine, even if implemented, would not apply to you.
Thank you Martin Blanke.
The US Forest Service is a separate organization from the US national Park Service and they manage separate land.