That only works if you can cut it in half first.
In other news...
The morale of the poor, poor employees of CA gangs is suffering of late, in the wake of disclosures of their illegal activities. Awww.. The President hasn't really uttered any words of support of them, (and in fact, some of the poor employees even saw jail time!)
Yes, faith is personal. The damn evangelists should learn to keep it that way.
Efforts to conflate Christianity and politics, with which history is replete, are just false.
You are wrong. History is replete because it is correct. It is pure politics, is are all organized religions. They are a business, with Wall Street investments, and government lobbyists.
Bloated? It's not a lot bigger than Firefox, and it's just as fast, with better options.
Yeah, I was kind of thinking the same thing.
When my mom and dad were 65/69, I bought them a Winbox simply because that is what everyone else has, so getting software and help would be trivial. That was 15 years ago and they are on their 3rd. Mom isn't here anymore but dad uses Skype, plays poker games (I send them game CDs) and such and he is in his 80s. We Facebook daily.
Sometimes "best" simply means what is most common, or maybe what you, the one who is going to be helping him, is familiar with. For him, the Winbox was handy because he could use it sitting down and the screen is big.
Not at all. Christianity (and including all the others, not singling anyone out), is an institution of man. And all of man's institutions are political, motivated by the same instincts that motivate everything else, acting in their own best interests. That is nature.
>> Remember [Satoshi] own[s] almost 3/4's of all the bitcoins mined
>> Yes, but I'm shocked at how no one is talking about the amount >> of electricity being wasted to generate digital coins. I thought we were trying to be all green now, yet the very idea of bitcoin and the idea that we'll be running mining for the next 2 decades runs very counter to that idea
It is probably still far cheaper than the old-fashioned way of doing things. IOW, I think bitcoin is far greener than the alternatives..
To see why, imagine the cost of supporting the salaries cashiers, CEOs, of the paperwork and trees involved in supporting their ledgers, etc.
If the above don't convince you: I guess another way to see which route costs more is transaction fees. Try sending an international or even domestic wire, heck, even a check via UPS (even USPS if you want, though that's state-subsidized), and compare the fees you pay to for equivalent bitcoin transactions.
First, the money transmission protocol should be distinguished from the mechanism for the initial distribution.
Once you have this awesome protocol for money transmission, the next question is: how to get bitcoins in wide and equitable circulation in the first place?
If you think about how to distribute the initial bitcoins (somewhat) equitably, the only non-exploitable and automatic method you can realistically come up with - that involves no central authority - is precisely the one bitcoin uses: Hand out the bitcoins slowly over the next 21 years, via an automatic lottery, and in proportion to computing power. (Anything else, such as: in proportion to the number of nodes, etc. gets easily exploited.)
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The Christian context is political.
Apparently you're not the only one with the problem: https://forum.openoffice.org/en/forum/viewtopic.php?f=30&t=39902
You'll have to replace them with the "start quote" and "end quote" characters separately, but the power of regex shall persevere.
(You'll also probably want to replace them individually to make sure it's matching the correct side of the quote.)
"We" are born and die as individuals...
Yeah yeah, so is every bacteria in your gut. Being the dominant species has made you presumptuous and arrogant. You deny that which has created you and makes you what you are. Indeed, you are denying god.