The California Vehicle Code requires that all automobile drivers YIELD to pedestrians in the road, but as pedestrians do not have a permanent right-of-way, they can still be cited for jaywalking.
Ah yes, 'jaywalking' a crime invented by the motoring industry and heavily lobbied for to put the blame for the carnage onto the pedestrians and not the new-fangled motor cars that were charging around the roads.
I've known militant bicyclists who carry gear to damage a car that doesn't respect their space.
Ninja rocks being one example... a D-lock in easy reach is another... less contentious, being caught with ninja rocks in some places will get you on a charge of going equipped for burglary
For example, if a pedestrian steps off the curb right into my bumper against a red light, while I have the green, I can run their ass over and have no liability whatsoever. Their death in that case, tragic though it may be, is their own stupid fault.
Bollocks... your green light does NOT give you carte blanche to wipe said pedestrian out... 'oh it's OK, it was my green...'
You as a driver, have a responsibility to others when operating your machine in the public space...
So when you start Firefox has a base footprint of about 340 K + 8K per tab.
I think you mean
"So when you start Firefox has a base footprint of about 340 M + 8M per tab."
Every day I need to cancel the scheduled update to my phone. It pisses me off. I don't want it. But evey morning I need to stop it from happening or I'm going to get it anyway. And if I accidentally hit the wrong button in a waking up fog, I'm screwed.
what da phuk???scheduled phone update? Nah, just turn the bloody thing off... turn off 'allow automatic downloads' - that's the option in my Sony Xperia and it's unchecked by default...
your software engineers shouldn't really be coding but getting the design of the application right before it comes to coding.
having a master key lets them snoop on your luggage without leaving nearly as much trail
this is why I use bits of cotton thread strategically laid inside so that if they rummage around, the threads get all mussed up...