How did Bruce Wayne get away with unlicensed nuclear reactor under his house and where did he get fuel?
Probably the same way he gets away with trespassing, assault and battery, illegal wiretapping, stalking, unsafe operation of a motor vehicle, and a host of other illegal activities.
I would read it as:
Dear Interconnected Computer Network Customer. Would you like your children to think like Daily Mail readers?
[ ] Yes. God Save The King!
[ ] No. I am unfit to raise Britain's future ruling class.
Still, it's not what I would call a "go!" phrase.
netflix listened to customer feedback when they tried to spin off their disc rentals to another company. so call them and give them feedback. they are easy to reach by phone. if you dont complain to them please dont whine on slashdot
Remember that Denning is addressing the Heartland Institute organised ICCC6 conference.
You say that as if it is supposed to mean something to me - as if I am supposed to respond with "Oh! The HEARTLAND INSTITUTE organized the conference? Why didn't you say so! Oh, the irony! Denning is going to tear them a new corn hole!". Well, let me share my contextual understanding of your sentence: Remember that [Unknown individual] is addressing the [Unknown Institute] organised [Unknown Acronym] conference.
About your signature... I thought a Heartland Institute video would be good for a laugh, but it is actually very informative. It should be a wake up call for millions of people.
16 minutes? tl;dw
I think this is less about genetics and more about how "Evolutionary Biology" and "biological anthropology" are entire disciplines founded on the notion that present day sexual prejudices can inform the study of extinct mammals.
It's hard to take your point seriously when the only link you provide is to a webcomic.
And very unfortunately, such jerks are more likely to be able to grub funding for their research labs from government offices.
Perhaps it's time for companies to realise that they cannot keep data secure. That they will never be able to build, much less be willing to pay for, the security required to keep this information under any kind of seal.
Perhaps it's time for companies to ask themselves: "Do we really need to store this?".
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