Actually, if you read what you said, at least Bush was 50% declared military actions, as opposed to Obama's Zero.
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All I can see is Joker role in Batman was made by Heath Ledger. He so far upstaged all the other actors it wasn't even funny.
Of course not. If we prosecute them the terrorists will run amok.
Don't you people have any sense of humor anymore?
I think the problem is that he does have a sense of humor. If he didn't have one, then he would be politely laughing at the stupid posts, waiting for someone smarter than him to come along and let slip a clue that explains the joke. Little would such a humorless person realize, that there is no clue to give, because there isn't much of a joke to explain.
If you want to know whose ass that is, and why they're farting, then keep reading today's posts and maybe you'll get your answers amidst the day's deepening plot and theme. For the rest of us, though, Slashdot appears to be down today.
I find it harms willing suspension of disbelief when watching US shows. I sit there thinking 'really, everyone in this low-income school has a personal trainer and stylist? And these people manage to have perfect hair as soon as they wake up or after running through the mud?' Actually, the UK isn't immune from the last part: Sean Bean in Shape has magic hair that is immune to mud, gunsmoke, and everything else the napoleonic wars can throw at him. No matter how dirty his face and uniform get, his hair always looks as if he's just come from the hairdresser.
This ruling doesn't even have anything to do with planting a tracking device. It is in regards to an individual who has been convicted of multiple sexual offences who has served his time and is being required by the State of North Carolina to wear a GPS anklet for the rest of his life. He challenged that on 4th amendment grounds. NC argued successfully (at the state level) that this requirement is not a search. The SCOTUS disagreed and sent the case back to NC.
Combative much? Let me rearrange your words so you can see how it relates to my original point, and you tell me how I did it wrong, and then I'll let you deal with the fact that you're chasing your own tail while barking at me...
NC argued [that] wear[ing] a GPS anklet
The SCOTUS disagreed
First line of the article:
If the government puts a GPS tracker on you, your car, or any of your personal effects, it counts as a search—and is therefore protected by the Fourth Amendment.
Jeez, what as that about reading the article again?
Probably not, since this ruling had nothing to do with Stingray.
I guess planting a GPS device to track someone and hijacking their phone to track them are completely different.
IT isn't the "only" kind of failure. It is, however, the worst kind of failure. It isn't unreasonable to say "unknown failure rate" is enough to slow down deployment.
Exactly what wasn't going to happen. IBM wasn't going to waste time reimplementing that moving target and there was zero chance MS would license it.
This is kind of funny because I remember people using funky 3270 and 5250 boards with DOS drivers in their OS/2 2.0 workstations. I mean, i'm sure you're right, but i'm also sure that most shops didn't implement this correctly.
By the time of Warp, the battle was over. OS/2 2.0 was IBM's only opportunity - a window between 3.1 and the release of Win 95. They got decent market penetration and even switched a few corporate shops over to OS/2. 2.0 had no TCP/IP stack at the time. I believe it came along with Warp 3.0 Connect, which was released in May 1995, too late to make a difference in the adoption of 3.1 and 95.
So are all StingRay units shut down now? Or is an NDA a good enough reason to ignore the 4th amendment?
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