Mrs. Michela Brambilla is usually very busy in making blowjobs to our Prime Godfather Silvio Berlusconi... but now he's too busy for this because the government is falling and he has to stay in charge to avoid being prosecuted for his numerous pending trials (tax evasion, judge corruption and many other nice things), so she jumped on the first useless thing she found to do.. besides that, the incriminated sentence on the app (Mafia accouts for 10% of GDP) is not defamatory, it's TRUE!
I recently had an interview for a system administration position. The interviewers were concerned about my lack of experience, but seemed moderately impressed by my level of skill. The interview came to an end, though, when I admitted that I did not know how to drive a car. I cannot fault their decision: they needed a system administrator who could drive to the co-location site, buy components, and so forth. I often read comments that these things are expected of system administrators, though I've never seen them directly stated as job requirements — not surprising, as the inability to drive is rare.
For my part, I know that when I tried to learn to drive, I was extraordinarily bad at it; the world is safer without my driving a car.
So I want to know whether it is really the case that any system administration position will require the ability to drive. If not, where do I look for the exceptions?
Amen to that man. Immunity for politicians in charge is one of the worst things for a democracy, two days ago in Italy we avoided a similar law thanks to the Constitutional Court rejecting Berlusconi's ignominous proposal... we still have a mafia's boss as a Prime Minister, but now he can be prosecuted for his crimes... of course the trials were blocked with ad-personam laws and they have to start them over again, so in the meantime he'll come up with another trick to avoid being prosecuted, but still it's a victory.
We really should have common rules throughout Europe to protect us all from that kind of things.
You forget that Vatican actually IS a colony of homosexsuals...
"I looked at the laptop and smoke was coming from the MagSafe power cord where it was inserted into the laptop. I screamed. The cord crackled and started to melt."
This may indicate that Apple has built some sort of additional security measure into the iPhone that goes beyond the standard subsidy-locks used by other manufacturers. GSM phones are typically sold with a software subsidy-lock that customers from using their phones with another network. Numerous online services offer code and software based unlocking solutions that remove these subsidy-locks from the majority of phone makes and models.
However, phones operating on CDMA networks such as Sprint and Verizon cannot be easily unlocked, since each phone is individually registered to operate on the network. If Apple have developed a similar network-side activation system with AT&T it may be impossible to unlock the iPhone. If this turns out to be true, users tied into contracts with other networks will not be able to purchase and use iPhones without switching to AT&T service."
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