It's a good start, but alternators are terribly inefficient so you'll want to learn to wind your own generators.
One solution would be to rearrange the cells in new prisons to allow them to communicate with a small group of other prisoners even while isolated. Perhaps if they were placed in such a way as to allow them to physically interact at even a distant level so they can play cards or board games.
The current system is complete isolation but it may not be necessary. Just high isolation may be enough to keep the danger level down but the mental health of the prisoners up.
We have them already. They're called "hoodies".
France really isn't. They don't perceive any sort of attack on their culture and every one of their neighbours speaks a different language (except Belgium, which speaks French). Quebec, on the other hand, is smack dab in the middle of an English speaking CONTINENT. All their neighbours speak English and they perceive any anglo encroachment as an attack on their culture. The Supreme Court of Canada has ruled Bill 101 and other language laws as unconstitutional, but by invoking the Notwithstanding Clause they are able to ignore that ruling.
Personally, I think all anglos should run, not walk, to an english speaking jurisdiction. Let Quebec die under the weight of their language storm troopers.
As someone who is from, and living in, B.C., I can confirm that more people speak Mandarin than French here.
I think you mean Jacques. He's the dick from Quebec. Scott lives in Toronto.
According to Wikipedia, French is still spoken around the world in 29 countries, including Canada, 11 of which it is an official language (wikipedia is wrong here... it's 12. In Canada, French is an official language and is enshrined in the Constitution).
As someone from BC, I would like to indicate my displeasure that the film industry here is heavily subsidized. That means that I'm paying, through my taxes, to keep someone employed. And I'm not sure if that's better than paying them welfare, through my taxes.
Where's the upvote button?
The web has been sucking for about 5 years now, IMO. I find many sites are about 75% advertising and 25% content. Then there are the sites that absolutely refuse to let you view content unless you accept their cookies so they can track you. The web used to be great for finding information, now with all the SEO junk running around, trying to find anything is becoming more difficult. I'll often search for an obscure electronics part and get stupid results like the first 10 search results being from basically the same page (which is not related or does not contain the search term of "datasheet" but is instead trying to tell me what chinese sweat shop I can order it from) on a different domain, requiring me to drill down 3 or 4 pages to begin to find relevant results.
If you can, use cyanogenmod on your droid. It has an option - and I'd love to see more granularity on this - to block apps from accessing your contact lists and some other things.
Yarr.... next time I should actually read what I post..
My customer domain is lazy"somethingsomething".... not terribly professional.
my custom domain is lazy.... I don't think that's terribly professional...
Many users have been stung over the years by changing ISP and losing their email address.
I moved my parents to a gmail account just because of this.
That linkedin stuff really burns my bacon. Everytime I log in, they beg me to let them log into my Gmail account so they can find more "connections" for me.
No. Just because someone is in my email address book does NOT mean they are someone I want to connect with on a business level.