This just in: Satoshi Nakamoto, the famous Japanese man, was recently discovered to have changed his name from Momomoto, and can thus swallow his own nose.
In other news, Leah McGrath Goodman is actually a cabbage.
Rather than dig in and spend all of his political capital on a relative handful of foreign captives,
That clause makes me sad for several different reasons...
Point A: Earth.
Point B: Jupiter.
(Point B1: Europa.)
From one planet to another, inside the same solar system. Terms are completely accurate as used. Hell, Earth and Jupiter aren't even orbitally adjacent.
The $17 billion Nasa will get in 2014
So that just about pays for one whole Super-Sexy K-9050 Uber-Abrams Mark V, right?
The Troubles began in the late 1960s and is considered by many to have ended with the Belfast Good Friday Agreement of 1998. However, sporadic violence has continued since then.
Ours, however, only lasted 4-5 years. Which I guess reinforces your point that we can't really meaningfully compare the two (?).
The other side of the coin would be, if the parties are too fluid in their stances, why would I want to vote for anyone if they're likely to switch to the other side of the issue that gained them my vote in the first place?
Not that I'm defending our "dig your heels in and scream NOOOOOO!!!" system
I would assume they're both named after the Phoenician princess rather than Europa being named after Europe.
Ah. I was having a rather difficult time deciphering your boolean logic. Although if we're talking about an automated filtering process, you just know that there will be false positives and negatives pretty much no matter what, too.
This is what we get when the journalists get ahold of some technical info and start waving it around with the safety off. I assumed from reading the summary that even if the functionality was "permanently disabled", if the code was already built into the browser, you would just have to find the right bits to twaddle in the binary to enable it. Although I guess that is indeed "permanent" for the vast majority of users.
<pedant>How would porn not count as an "artistic value"? And wouldn't putting on a wristband or something technically disqualify you from being "completely nude"?</pedant>
Like they say, "I know porn when I see it." I posit that you can't legally delineate child porn vs. family bathing pictures because the difference is psychological rather than physical.
I have for a long time now assumed that every article summary is out to mislead us somehow (malice vs. incompetence etc.) so I can't say I'm surprised.
Basically the government is complaining that when they told Sprint to bend over and prepare for right violations, they didn't lube up sufficiently before the NSA went to town...
Well if we take that software development observation into account, "More workers make the project take longer," we'd basically be in a race with the heat death of the universe for the project finishing if there were a million people involved.
I think a million is being grossly overoptimistic. Maybe several thousand.
For comparison, there were 1,316 kernel devs involved in Linux 3.2.