Nestle fracking water out of the ground to put in plastic bottles.
To purchase a nice car from the 60's or 70's with no computer. Easy to fix, and except for crash-readyness usually pretty solid.
They could be serious.
I'm thinking they are very serious. Their "re-election" coffers are running low, and they need financial inducement from bribes, umm I mean "contributions" to increase H-1B numbers.
Otherwise, they threaten to decrease those numbers, causing corporations to actually pay people, instead of selling out their
jobs to the lowest bidder.
Arquette is the worst of the bunch. Regardless of the stories, the series is unwatchable. I tried once. Probably won't again.
Knowing she just won an oscar makes you question how she could be so bad in this show. I watch it for the LULs.
Keep your resume up to date, and off site.
But CBS ordered it removed from the app store:
I don't. I tried to sign up with Yahoo a few weeks ago and got cockblocked by this. They required a mobile number.
Yeah, you think that's bad, I don't even have a computer or internet access and they wouldn't let me sign up.I must have sent them a dozen faxes and letters, and I'm still waiting for my so called "free" email account. Is it really "free" if it requires an expensive computer to use it!?
You should have either sent a clay tablet, or maybe a telegram.
Then again, Orwell did write that tyranny in UK would come in the guise of nationalism and security
Well, he isn't apparently suggesting the police or state should be able to place a camera in every home, just that it's a smart idea for a homeowner. Personally, I'd have thought that for anyone willing to pay for a home security system this would be a no brainer today. There's countless wireless enabled camera systems that are obviously going to be useful in the event of a burglary.
That said, it's a short term fix. As burglars become more aware of the presence of cameras, they'll start wearing a mask just like folk robbing stores and banks where CCTV is expected already do. Once outdoor cameras become more prevalent, they won't use your driveway to park. There might be a small deterrence factor that would encourage an opportunistic thief to go next door if they can see cameras outside your house, but equally you might just be advertising that you have stuff worth stealing.
I'd recommend a Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe mask.
I think Idi Amin was.
The best part is "ISPs will be able to request compensation from the French government for any extra costs incurred in blocking the sites."
I wonder how much it will cost, and if "extra costs" includes the results of lawsuits for inappropriate blocks and subsequent loss of income.
Or instead of water, use lava.
Sharks with frickin' laser beams!
No, use grizzly bears in a bear moat:
Why does it matter what his wife thinks? And if she truly did suspect he is crazy, wouldn't he divorced right about now and caring a lot less about the chip in his arm?
You didn't read the part where he put an NFC controlled chastity belt on her.
From a potato? I can't get the feed to stay running for more than a few seconds....
I thought we were running out of Helium reserves?
Are there not other available inert gases that work as well?
TWC has 2.2 million cable TV, Internet, and phone customers in 1,150 New York communities, and hundreds of them have called...
I'm thinking that's not going to impress the FTC.
The good news is that Comcast is planning on losing 3.9 million customers to ease the approval process. NY could be a large chunk of that: