On top of this, at least in my city, you can get a big ass-free CRT TV for free,
They built a pyramid, we havn't.
How can we tell them how to build it better, when we cant even achieve what they did 4000+ years ago? lol
But my point is it may be the only thing preventing us from achieving the same is an unwillingness to be blatantly immoral (not to mention finding a compelling reason to build one in the first place). If that's the case then, yeah, we might very well have grounds for telling the a better way to do the same thing. You never know. *shrug*
No you aren't biased -- it is the average. Ubuntu tends to be used by those new to Linux.
At least they _are_ using OS as opposed to Windows.
The experienced sysadmins would be using OpenBSD. Hell even something such as FreeNas.
The only people making excuses are those that:
want Authority without Accountability.
Are you kidding? Hekla is the ashiest volcano in Europe. One study I saw estimated that a third of all of the volcanic ash in northern Europe came from Hekla alone. That's how she got the reputation in the middle ages of being the gateway to hell.
A big reason we don't build something similar of that scale now is that we tend to frown upon obvious slave labor nowadays.
No need to tell Noah anything. The flood story is a myth.
Indeed it does. I haven't published yet, but I detected one a few days ago (I work out of a valley in Iceland). I observed the brown dwarf in question (right ascension 08h 55m 10.83s, declination -07 14 42.5") and detected a large, earth-sized body occluding the star during my brief observations.
Like letting the air out of a balloon!
And how do magnets work, HMMM?????
For the past couple of years, Comcast has been trying to convince journalists and the general public that it doesn’t impose any “data caps” on its Internet service.
That’s despite the fact that Comcast in some cities enforces limits on the amount of data customers can use and issues financial penalties for using more than the allotment. Comcast has said this type of billing will probably roll out to its entire national footprint within five years, perhaps alongside a pricier option to buy unlimited data.
“There isn't a cap anymore. We're out of the cap business,” Executive Vice President David Cohen said in May 2012 after dropping a policy that could cut off people's service after they use 250GB in a month. Comcast's then-new approach was touted to "effectively offer unlimited usage of our services because customers will have the ability to buy as much data as they want.""
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At Amberley, Queensland, for example, the data at a weather station showing 1 degree Celsius cooling per century was "homogenized" (adjusted) by the Bureau so that it instead showed a 2.5 degrees warming per century."
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Making excuses for X never works.
Either we are consistent, or we quickly slide down that slippery slope of banning X, Y, Z.
At what points does it stop?
Do we ban hentai, futanari, computer-generated / Computer-Graphics child porn, etc., etc.?? Who decides?? Why should we pretend that person _A_ morals are the ones everyone has to follow??
America was founded upon the principle of open toleration. "I may not agree with what you say but I will defend the right for you to say it."
If you don't want to watch images or videos that you find offensive, here is a novel idea, don't watch them.
The correct solution is tag videos, much like movies already do, so people have an IDEA of what to expect. I already skip NSFW emails, pictures, videos. I don't have the right to stop others from watching that and don't pretend to. I may not like what they see but guess what -- I don't have to. I only need to tolerate their choices as long as it effecting others negatively.
Censorship isn't the solution. In
ALL man-made laws are RELATIVE.
"Only cowards censor."
Excellent analysis. Spot on.
That's because Microsoft doesn't have a fucking clue about UI -- how to design a good consistent UI. They half-ass everything.
Not that Apple is (much) better, but at least the Apple System Preferences has been consistent from OXS 10.1