That will roll around in some half a dozen years, but Ubuntu also has YY.MM version numbers, so you know immediately that version 08.04 is over four years old.
Why would I know that? Do you mean they also mandate that their major releases match the last two digits of the year they came out? Good to know. Certainly not obvious.
You would know that if you cared enough to look it up. It is of course much more comfortable to assume that the numbering is arbitrary and stupid. Feel free to explain any numbering/naming convention that is easier to understand than YY.MM and is at the same time so intuitive that no one could ever ask "Why would I know that?"
Getting the implementation just right can be tricky, but this(along with appeals to the authority of the invisible friends of the powers that be) has been a fundamental part of human civilization for pretty much all of human history...
The problem being that if your implementation is a little off you will probably not get a second chance.
I won't be surprised at another global calamity 10 to 30 years in the future - and by then, blood may flow like rivers and corpse may pile up like hills and mountains - it would apocalypse, in every sense of the term
You should lay off the bible reading for a while.
$2 million doesn't even register.
It's basically a "Yeah, see if you can stop us", kinda deal. The fact that they're able to flip their middle finger to any and all drug prohibition laws and sit there and rake in a non-trivial amount of money in the process... that strikes me as a major shift in how prohibition laws will need to be enforced (or if they'll even try to) in the future.
The weak point being that the process is based on anonymity. Therefore, buyers need to have blind trust in sellers. This enables the DEA to set up fake sales and bust the buyers. After they do this for a while, word gets out and buyers start losing trust in the process, therefore killing it. Am I missing something?
I've been considering leaving Facebook for a while. If you've left Facebook what were some of the things you did first to save you data, photo, statuses, etc. and how did you tell your friends so that you could stay in touch with them?"
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