Stop looking for a "job" and start looking for contracts.
I thought "Basil" was the dealer's name...
Actually the real aim of the site is to promote Christianity — to the extent that rather than a Like button, there is an Amen button. Think "godbook", if you will. Of course there are restrictions — religion isn’t meant to be fun, you know. On the list of banned content is violence and pornography, swearing (there are literally hundreds of banned words), anything that violates "biblical principles", and depicting or referring to homosexual activity.
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You know and I know that "Robbing Paul to pay Peter" is not sustainable; the problem is most people will whine about the short-term excuse "But think of the children! and are too stupid to focus on long term stability at the expense of greed.
This whole situation is similar to how banning forest fires ironically and paradoxically led to an increase in fires.
I like your journal entry where you go over the USA Budget 2013 numbers
1. The total tax revenues for USA Federal government are 2.46 Trillion USD.
2. The total expenses for USA Federal government are 3.8 Trillion USD.
3. The interest payment on the outstanding public debt that is on the books is at least 360 Billion USD for the year based on the interest rate (which is manipulated by Federal reserve and other banks, but that's a separate subject matter).
4. Social Security benefit payouts are budgeted as 882.7 Billion USD.
5. Medicare for the year is budgeted at 523 Billion USD.
6. Medicaid for the year is budgeted at 283 Billion USD.
7. Other mandatory programs for the year is budgeted at 654 Billion USD.
8. War will cost 525.4 Billion USD.
So the total revenues are 2.46 Trillion USD, total expenses are 3.8 Trillion USD, the interes payment is 360 Billion USD.
Agreed, that the US doesn't have a saving problem, it has a spending problem.
The US is fucked.
> This is the first time that I can think of that a population directly voted in the affirmative to collapse their economy.
You really should read more history.
> 3. You'll find yourself sitting way too often and never get adjusted to standing all day.
Disagree on #3. This isn't the same as quitting an addiction where you go cold-turkey.
HEALTH WARNING: If your body isn't used to the change in extended posture you'll simply end up hurting yourself until you become accustomed to it. If you go the gym you don't just pick up 100 lbs of weights, you ease into. The trick is be gradual and persistent.
Also, for some tasks I just can't stand 100% time. A extended standing chair lets you transition from sitting 100% all the time to standing most of the time.
If your co-workers are sitting more then standing then they aren't disciplined enough to be (and stay) healthy. The world's best environment and ergonomics won't help someone not disciplined and interested in their health.
Ah. You mean like regulations have eliminated torrents and drugs, right?
Wilcox last week published his university dissertation, presented earlier this spring for an ethical hacking degree at the University of Northumbria in Newcastle, England. The work expands on existing bypasses for Microsoft’s Enhanced Mitigation Experience Toolkit (EMET), free software that includes a dozen mitigations against memory-based exploits. Microsoft has on more than one occasion recommended use of EMET as a temporary stopgap against publicly available zero-day exploits.
Wilcox’s published dissertation, however, is missing several pages that describe proof-of-concept exploits, including one that completely bypasses a current EMET 5.1 installation running on a fully patched Windows computer. He said last Wednesday in a blogpost that the missing pages and redactions within the text happened partly because of the Wassenaar Arrangement.
“Whilst it has impacted the release of my research it has not impacted my passion and I plan to continue researching such material as and when I feel like, though in an ideal world I would like clearer instructions so I can figure out how to do this appropriately (of which there seems to be some confusion),” Wilcox said in an email to Threatpost.
This will be extremely effective, because no other nation in the world could possibly come up with a 3D-printer blueprint for producing gun parts.
Political types use their connections to stay employed.
News at 11.
... bloody lazy editors
Players who already have the PC edition of Minecraft will be able to download the Windows 10 beta version for free. Others can download Minecraft: Windows 10 Edition at a discounted price of $10 throughout the beta period.
Players who download Minecraft: Windows 10 Edition during the beta phase will still have the game when it comes out of beta, and receive all future updates to the game at no additional cost.
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Oh? And claiming that the UK will make encryption illegal or decryptable by GCHQ isn't a threat to the internet for UK citizens?
Believe me, Cameron is quite willing to shove his foot in his mouth up to the knee...
Oh, good! They were almost out of toilet paper.
I'm surprised the "evil overlord award" didn't go to David Cameron.
Then again, maybe he's too obvious a winner.