Also note that when Google complies with these court orders they do so only within the jurisdiction of the court order, so in this case anyone within India will not receive these search results, but will instead see a message that some results have been removed due to court order.
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So do I!
Well it's a M9A1, but yep Steyr Model Ms are fantastic.
Google translate makes a rather nice proxy if you are behind a filter and don't want to bother with a better proxy.
It's a commonly known trick, I'm sure Google doesn't appreciate it though.
Ah ya you're right, been a while since I've seen the first one.
Still I don't think they really qualify as cyborgs, as the organic part is not essential...
I'll have to think about it some more.
No I'm pretty sure terminators are classed as sentient AIs in robotic chassis.
If you think the Taliban does not have an internet presence you are sorely mistaken.
While I doubt the coalition troops are in any danger from these documents, I do think there are a good number of villages that are in danger of reprisal attacks by the Taliban if they were to see the full documents.
What better way to find the right targets than to read the nicely formatted official reports of your enemy?
These military actions have been mishandled from the start and at this point every time we make a friend and try to help someone out we are just painting a target on their back.
The situation is complex, I'm not sure a good outcome is possible at this point, just pulling all the troops out will result in thousands of deaths due to our inaction and staying there is just prolonging the inevitable.
Part of the competition was to use Canvas tags in interesting ways, and considering IE9 doesn't even support Canvas I think you're out of luck unless you get a standards compliant browser.
I have a similar answer, in that I only speak english on a regular basis, but I hear and mostly understand spanish(mexican dialect) and japanese on a regular basis. I also read and partially understand russian and german on a fairly regular basis.
Nice try, but all of those came after International Practical Shooting Confederation.
They could have chosen the name better that acronym is fairly well known for something else...
I agree completely my first language was QBASIC and I didn't bring any of that with me, but I could still go back and do it just fine.