Actually as common core, students have to work more with media. As a result we are ripping DVDs and cds and editing these to meet some educational goals... I am sure that is against their curricula.
bastards. (*IAA, not the students, this time.)
It's not supposed to be a currency: prisoners are all supposed to be fed the same thing and are not allowed to swap or trade items.
I don't know where this choice of "popular" comes from: if you don't want to eat something, it gets discarded after being served to you.
You are not the government.
You are not a corporation.
You are not wealthy enough to own lawyers.
You are not wealthy enough to own politician.
A terrorist is someone who acts to frighten the public at large, often with the aim to incite political pressure on the government to stop doing whatever it is they do to which the terrorist objects.
A citizen shooting at their government is not a terrorist, but rather a rebel.
Employees can not use employer insurance subsidies to purchase Obamacare, only insurance through their employer. The exemption in question specifically permits members of congress to do just that: use their employer's (that is us, via our tax dollars), insurance subsidy to purchase Obamacare.
They could have at least tried to obscure this with a commensurate (taxable) pay increase, but as so bold as to not even both with the faintest attempt to hide their corruption.
government organizations do track the movements of every vehicle everywhere in and out of their jurisdiction
Fixed that for you.
"Treason against the United States, shall consist only in levying War against them, or in adhering to their Enemies, giving them Aid and Comfort. No Person shall be convicted of Treason unless on the Testimony of two Witnesses to the same overt Act, or on Confession in open Court. The Congress shall have Power to declare the Punishment of Treason, but no Attainder of Treason shall work Corruption of Blood, or Forfeiture except during the Life of the Person attainted."
-- U.S. Constitution, Article III, section 3.
There was a (bad) horror movie along this principle: people dying in their sleep from no known cause. Apparently, if people believed that "shadow people" were out to get them, a negative placebo effect would take place, and they'd actually die from the belief alone.
The protagonist trying to expose the phenomenon was convinced, at the last moment, not to, lest an epidemic result.
And in my area that gets you a static IP and you can run whatever server you want. They do prefer that you don't run open relays on port 25, but that's reasonable.
Geek community is stupidfied... we read all the articles about PRISM and you STILL recommend *skype*? WTF. Why not jabber, jinny, linphone, anything else?!
I figure if he's asking this question, he doesn't have a geek badge. So these kind of recommendations may just go over his head... But what do I know.
Each honest calling, each walk of life, has its own elite, its own aristocracy based on excellence of performance. -- James Bryant Conant