Private ships often carried cannon didn't they? This would place them in the ball park of at least a tank or small destroyer today.
Yes, but at any given instant they are emitting only one particular frequency (or perhaps more precisely an extremely narrow range of frequencies).
If your argument is that it won't fix the problem (Disneyland) but it might persuade then you're not trying to be fair you're trying to be punitive towards people that don't do what you want. When their are so many other better arguments you'll have to forgive me if I completely ignore your suggestion if that's the argument you want to make for vaccines.
The article labels them "anti-terrorism experts" but the mere fact that they even considered this long enough for there to have been a written record belies that title and proves instead that they are "anti-terrorism idiots".
Perhaps where you live, but where I live (and in most of the United States) Police have no obligation to even show up and have sovereign immunity if they don't.
Yes, but I live in the San Francisco Bay area and, were I to try to keep this minimum safe braking distance, I would end up a traffic hazard as I continually brake hard to reestablish my minimum safe braking distance to the idiot who has just switched into the lane in front of me since they can get ahead one car length.
Is there a way for individual users to remove certs from these browsers without waiting for vendors to do so?
I find it interesting that the court insists that Google no longer returns the page with the negative review. Rather the court should force the review site to remove the review then the links should disappear from Google (and I assume the Google cached copy too after a while.) It seems an unfair burden to me to force Google to take ownership for any of the content on site that it indexes using purely algorithmic processes.
The whole idea of an ESRB is a joke, why should it matter who heads it?
I'm not defending the rich. I'm speaking up for what's fair and right even if it ultimately isn't to my economic benefit. I believe in speaking the truth even when it's not the best thing for me personally.
Wait you're telling me that if I make more money that I'll have more money at the end of the month? That's incredible! That's amazing! Why don't we tell more people this? We should really get the message out.
One of the things that I really hate about some journalism today is a failure to ask the obvious question. Could someone please explain under what legal theory an agency (state or local police) can sign an NDA and claim the NDA allows them to fail to meet a provision of law. I would think the law trumps the NDA and that it wouldn't be legal or perhaps unenforceable to sign such an NDA when you are required to release records under state or local law.
I fully understand the implication for archival purposes of this failure and I'm not happy but it seems she's trying to rectify this thought I'd rather a national archivist select which emails get archived not her staff. However,I kind of yawn at this aspect of things: not good but not worth getting in a tissy over.
My greater concern was if any of the communication was classified or unclassified but sensitive. I mean over the course of her tenure she's got to have had some emails like that. Even if none of it was classified or sensitive, does she understand the implications this has for national security particularly should she become president and do something this boneheaded? She's gotta know she was doing it and it was wrong.
Pick Objective-C. The language is small and simple to understand. If you're already a good programmer with knowledge of C you can learn it in 2 weeks to a month. The frameworks will take longer but the language you can learn in a few weeks. C++ on the other hand will take you forever to learn, it's a large complex language.
I do. It's not that difficult, it just requires an attention to all the details from the software to the Quantum Mechanics. It doesn't make me a genius, but it's not that hard.