I have zero childhood photos that include strangers in the shots. Maybe you should grow a pair. Or maybe I shouldn't hold you to the same standards.
I have my own ideas, but I'm curious what others think: What combination of distro and UI would you recommend for an old, basic-level user who is accustomed to the XP interface and adverse to change?" My Grandmother seems happy running KDE on Debian.
As long as you don't actually capture someone else. you don't need to get into a tizzy over might-haves and could-haves.
I wasn't suggesting you get thrown into the gulag if you capture someone's photograph. But you probably should delete it if you don't have their permission. (I do this already, I feel that it is polite)
I'm pretty sure the cops usually smash your cameras when they are beating your head in. Sometimes they forget or miss one, but their intention is clear.
How is not letting you taking my picture a violation of your right to free expression? It's *my* expression you're capturing.
Try downtown Detroit, there doesn't appear to be anyone around most of the time.
Write a law to make it illegal to photograph anyone without their written consent, or in the case of a government agency a warrant.
it solves the upskirt issue, the paparazzi problem, and ends those annoying red light cameras.
"Here is hoping someone close to you dies"
You're not only a troll, but you're a real piece of shit.
No vaccination? No public school.
Work with Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts and other youth organizations and have them adopt vaccination policies as well. So that unvaccinated children are not interacting in large groups.
Then on top of this when someone's baby goes blind from rubella or dies from measles, open a class action lawsuit against every parent in that county that failed to get their child vaccinated.
Folks, we need to be hard asses about vaccinations. We need serious social and financial consequences to people who fail to participate. If you want to live in a society with high infant mortality, then find some poor horrible place to live far away from me.
I did all my house paperwork using e-signatures. so hopefully I own my house.
faxing is like email, except you can only send blurry black and white pictures of text. and it costs you money when you get spammed. (it's illegal to fax spam, but it still happened to me)
cancer isn't new.
back in the old days they would have called something like SARS a walking pneumonia, as sort of a catch all for a contagious pneumonia that sometimes progresses in an acute pneumonia. There could possibly been dozens of viral outbreaks like SARS in the past that we don't know about because virology didn't exist to identify the cause of such diseases. And it wasn't in fashion for doctors back then to give a collection of symptoms scary sounding acronyms.
have any buildings blown up or civilians exploded because of our "panicked overreaction" ?
While I am strongly against sacrificing basic freedom to stop some vague threat. I do believe that taking reasonable steps to provide public safety is not only reasonable but some organization ought to have it as their priority.
What I really hate about American culture is how we all tend to swing from one extreme to another. But perhaps that is just dramatic rhetoric and not what we really believe.
Which organization should have the top priority to protect the US from future terrorist attacks?
Which we hope one day will require a warrant.
There is probably no possibility that the NSA would be required to have a warrant, but I like to think the law enforcement aspect of the FBI makes it least somewhat plausible that a future court will start demanding it of them.