"Second System Effect".
"What's broken exactly?" - PRECISELY.
You got a bunch of "upstarts" who don't know, or don't care, about Linux's roots and want to turn it into something it just never was meant to be, something other than, well, a *x. And I'll fight that derailment like a tiger if need be.
I can think of a certain group of American Republicans who would do exactly that...
You'd be surprised. I bet a LOT of judges would in fact be that stupid.
AFAICT, Snowden didn't reveal anything that wasn't plain as the noses on our faces already.
That's the trick, isn't it? Put an old lady on the line so you won't have the heart to fight back.
Why not the pentagon without the S?
Sorry, I'm Caucasian.
Raided? I think they've been here from the beginning.
Grassroots campaigns? You mean Koch Industries-driven corporate astroturf?
By the way, I receive SSI disability (because as a result of diagnosed mental issues I am unemployable, and I have effectively no family); furthermore I am under the LGBT umbrella - the Tea Party types have been very vocal in saying that they consider my type to be a waste of oxygen, and wouldn't want my support even if I were willing to give it to them.
I know what they CLAIM to represent, and I know what they represent in their words and deeds.
Most of the ones who I've heard open their mouths are blatant christofascists, historical revisionists, racists, sexists, etc. My assessment that they want to turn us into a "Christian Saudi Arabia" is based on their words and deeds (listen to their talking points, there's a lot of Christian nation, Seven Mountains Mandate and the like talk).
The Tea Party? You mean the religiots bent on turning our country into Saudi Arabia with crosses? No thank you.
Some employers try, with non-compete clauses.
A little bit doesn't hurt (I like Italian dressing but hate every other kind), but too much and you've basically buried your salad in oil, wrecking the whole point.
When I order a sub at SubWay, I used to order it with oil and vinegar as dressing. Lately, I kept the vinegar but dropped the oil.
Oh, and of course, coming from a situation of scarcity, they would not accept "I've had enough" while there was still food on the plate... So from a young age we're raised on the wrong idea of how big a meal should be and taught to ignore the signals our bodies tell us when we've had enough. Now we're no longer capable of recognising those signals, assuming our bodies still bother sending them at all. We're the ones who have to measure and track to compensate for that broken feedback loop.
Absolutely agree with you here, having had a lot of that "happy plate" stuff shoved down my throat (and more literally than you'd think, too). It's hell just to cut my meal size in half, because I'm so used to "eat until sated".
Now, back on topic: no, it should absolutely *not* be considered a disability. If you're genuinely overweight or obese due to medical conditions, those medical conditions are your disability, not your obesity.
Agree here too.