Especially considering that it's in no way meant to be watertight and you're already wearing SCUBA gear, sounds accurate.
You mean a serial port? I bet yours does and you didn't even know it.
Considering that when I was looking at desktops back in 2007, even, I only ran across one that did, I'd take that bet.
Until recently nobody other than a Time Lord could manage to fly the TARDIS at all. Now I'm pretty sure the writers will say Clara could sit on the console and accidentally fly it better than the Doctor himself.
I suppose it's my own fault for thinking, "They couldn't possibly have a more annoying companion than Donna." CHALLENGE ACCEPTED
I also question their programming chops, remembering that one horrid episode where the WiFi was killing people.
You know it's going to be a good episode when you're literally 10 seconds in and you're already cringing in horror.
Once you dig deep enough, everything is a GOTO.
Suck it, "Goto considered harmful."
The question isn't whether WE can tell the difference, but whether those in the COURT SYSTEM can.
Cool, so I can put up a webpage alleging that you are a paedophile then?
Harassment, slander and libel
You just shot your own argument in the foot. As the GP said, existing laws cover the cases.
you're just a barbarian
Oh, like you can speak Greek either.
Yeah, I was a bit confused at that "She still deserves to go" comment as well.
[...] Glenn lifted off for a second space flight on October 29, 1998. He took flight on Space Shuttle Discovery's STS-95. At age 77, Glenn became the oldest person to go into space. Glenn states in his memoir that he had no idea that NASA was willing to send him back into space when NASA announced the decision. According to the New York Times, Glenn "won his seat on the shuttle flight by lobbying NASA for two years to fly as a human guinea pig for geriatric studies", which were named as the main reasons for his participation in the mission.
Glenn's participation in the nine-day mission was criticized by some in the space community as a political favor granted to Glenn by President Clinton. Others noted that Glenn's flight offered valuable research on weightlessness and other aspects of space flight on the same person at two points in life 36 years apart—by far the longest interval between space flights by the same person—providing information on the effects of spaceflight and weightlessness on the elderly, with an ideal control. Shortly before the flight, researchers learned that Glenn had to be disqualified from one of the flight's two main priority human experiments (about the effects of melatonin) because he did not meet one of study's medical conditions; he still participated in two other experiments about sleep monitoring and protein use.
"X violates the fundamental spirit of Y but at least it lets you copy its data to Z to handle it the old way" is not a reason to implement X.
Remiiiiind you of anything??
*cough*beta*cough* Still interested to see how long they wait in the hopes we cool down before they roll it out anyway.
1 "it works and i figure if it isn't broken don't fix it"
2 [condescension about sys v init being old]
3 goto 1
Self-defeating trolls. Huh.
I actually did a "which systemd" on my current Mint XFCE install--which has GIMP installed and up-to-date--and got only silence.
Um...I know apt-get isn't shy about installing all kinds of dependencies when I need them...wat.