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Most criminals are caught because they are stupid. And most criminals are stupid or they wouldn't get into crime in the first place. On balance, crime is a very high-risk / low-reward activity, so you have to be stupid or desperate to think it's a good idea.
Our health care system is great. If I had to choose between a well-run publicly-funded healthcare system or a junkmail delivery service... well, I know which one I'd pick.
They both leave me wondering if they're just big jokes perpetrated on an unsuspecting public.
Maybe for personal use the desktop is dying, because legions of brainless "consumers" seem content to "consume" on their devices rather than produce. But the computer desktop will live on for a long time in business where it's often the best tool for the job.
And after you set up Ethernet over power lines, you can set up Power over Ethernet equipment thereby eliminating all cables without needing to use WiFi!
True, but I guess my issue is that I log into websites from home, work, multiple mobile devices, friends house.
First of all, you should never log into an important site like a banking site from a machine you don't own and trust.
Secondly: My password keeper runs under X11, so I can tunnel an SSH connection to my desktop and start my password keeper. Oh, what about devices that don't support X? SImple: I don't use them. Even my phone supports X and has an SSH client.
Sure that [sic] are tools like keepass or lastpass or whatever, but then you just need to break 1 password to have access to them all
I use a password keeper that encrypts the password file locally on my desktop. Not only would you need to break my passphrase (which obviously is fairly strong), but you'd also need physical (or at least remote) access to my Linux desktop. That adds a level of difficulty.
I always use randomly-generated passwords for web sites and I make them as long as I can.... 32 characters if the site permits, otherwise whatever the site maximum is.
I used to have a beard and bushy hair and my password was "test123". After I neatened my hair and shaved, I had this overwhelming compulsion to change my password, and now it's UjuW8LxttbsWKqMbDaA4SqSJVST783ty
Is it the server operator? Or is the OS provider liable for producing a defective product? And if the OS is open-source, who do you go after?
I understand where Spamhaus is coming from... I'd also love to penalize idiots who make the Internet a worse place. But I don't think it's a practical option and trying to implement it opens up a huge can of worms.
but anything that speaks against religion is also a violation of seperation of church and state.
How so? From what I understand about the USA, the principle of separation of church and state merely says that the government shall not promote any particular religion nor establish an official state religion. There's nothing that says it's not allowed to speak out against any and all religions. I think a healthy dose of criticism of religion is sorely needed in the United States.
Who said "everything must have a creator"
Umm.... isn't that a basic premise of the Creationists?
So the answer is: "You are not allowed to ask that question."
And so I dismiss Creationists as nutjobs.
It will just take a very long time to test climate scientist predictions. Science's predictions are not always easily testable, but they are always testable and falsifiable in principle.