Indeed they do. But they took 100mil more years to figure it out.
As often as I've personally witnessed this behavior (while ensconced in a skull boat) says that nothing new nor newsworthy has been reported here today.
It's not behavioral, it's evolutionary. Over a million years, the lucky specimens of a species successfully shag and propagate. That simple
I learned this in the 70s. But feel free to run on my lawn as I'm as progressively minded as... get the @#$% off my lawn!!!
Obviously imported by extremists from Afghanistan.
They don't need sirens, only lights. Police under certain circumstances also travel silent when approaching a situation, and use lights and caution to navigate through traffic.
I've been working on a very large commercial web account for the past nine months, and have had a fair amount of exposure to merchant transaction security. Australia has been using chip readers for quite a while now, and for transactions under $100, you just tap the card to a glass covered reader -- faster than cash especially with the readers where all such transactions are instantly approved; above that, the chip goes into the reader to accept a pin and the balance is verified over a high-speed network. In Singapore, for web transactions, 3ds-auth is very popular; in addition to your card details, you redirect to a page on a 3ds provider, and enter additional details that no merchant would ever have access to before you redirect to confirm your purchase. Now, MasterCard and many major Australian banks are hosting a very nice implementation of a credit card vault, which you redirect to, answer 2-3 layers of security questions, and the merchant never stores your card details nor ever sees your CVV so there's nothing on the site to steal. (PCI audits ensure the merchant doesn't do something really stupid like store card details in exception logs, etc.). Additionally, CyberSource performs a layer of fraud protection.
PULL!!! Drifting to the left.
Given enough time everyone will have heard they're going away from surveys.
I'm a consulting commercial Web developer with decades of experience and mobiles take easily twice the time to deliver.
(This message typed from my phone and hating every word of it)
She should have posthumously censured all the legislators who voted for the act in the first place, as well as the person who lodged the complaint.
Ma? You awake?
I'm just seeing an observer pattern with publishers and subscribers. It's been done time and again in probably all the major languages. In the
Alcohol-fueled courage is best courage.