Oh. For a minute there I thought you meant real evil. You know, the kind where there is not just collateral damage and politicians finding out thast you hate them, but targeted murder of completely innocent civilians. So, fight evil with evil? No, I'm not for that, but no reason to completely lose one's perspective.
In what universe do you live
... You ensure that what you downloaded is what you meant to download by using the signify utility as mentioned on the page and verify that the package you download was signed by the OpenSSL devs.
LibreSSL files signed using OpenSSL's private key? In what universe do YOU live?
If there was a Razer Taipan that wasn't wired, I might attach some credibility to your recommendation. Wired mice SUCK. It will be a cold day in hell that I ever again lower myself to dragging that goddam weight around on the end of a mouse.
Click mode or not, a scroll wheel is NOT A BUTTON. It is a shitty make-do.
It's not just difficult or takes effort; it's IMPOSSIBLE. And I think your a liar if you say you can.
Thus it takes 2 nanoampere a second...
"nanoamperes a second" is a completely nonsense measure. An ampere is already a time rate of transfer of charge. One ampere equals one coulomb per second.
Delphi XE7 doesn't look to me like it even comes close to supporting "every" platform. I see no support listed for linux/gtk, linux/qt, linux/others, free/open/netBSD/gtk, free/open/netBSD/qt, free/open/netBSD/others, solaris & free offshoots, etc. I realize it would be pretty ridiculously far-fetched for any commercial entity to support all those, but open source does. All of those have vi, emacs, gcc, Java, etc. I'm pretty sure Eclipse works on all of them.
Radar does NOT "only detect movement". It can detect stationary objects just fine. If the particular equipment being used by police only detects movement, that says nothing about what radar can and cannot do.
Thank you. It seemed like nobody realized that someone vegging out in a chair, or lying quietly in a bed won't be picked up by this shit. Or, on the other hand, there is SOMETHING radar reflective moving inside. Could be a dog or a robot.
So it really doesn't tell them anything useful whatsoever.
Having the government collect and spend more money is an empowerment. It can empower good, and it can empower evil. You might want to consider that the problem is not the government itself. The government is made up of people. That is like saying the problem is people.
There are problems only the government can address, and you won't make any progress with those problems by strangling the government.
You win some, you lose some. Mr. Holder is a lot like just about everybody else in the government. They do a lot of good and a lot of evil, and it's all mixed up together. When they say or do good things you give them credit. When they say and do evil things you lambaste them. Or would you rather not run your life by ethics and logic?
afraid of letting Obama get more power to control private companies
President Obama != the FCC. The FCC is an independent authority. It doesn't answer to any President, although it can be circumscribed by laws. The FCC is directed by five commissioners appointed by the U.S. president and confirmed by the U.S. Senate for five-year terms, except when filling an unexpired term. The president designates one of the commissioners to serve as chairman. Only three commissioners may be members of the same political party. None of them may have a financial interest in any FCC-related business.
there is actually *no* prohibition [of blasphemy] in the Quran...
the Quran decrees no earthly punishment for blasphemy — or for apostasy (abandonment or renunciation of the faith), a related concept.
Koran (4:89) - "They wish that you should disbelieve as they disbelieve, and then you would be equal; therefore take not to yourselves friends of them, until they emigrate in the way of God; then, if they turn their backs, take them, and slay them wherever you find them; take not to yourselves any one of them as friend or helper."
Is there some problem with the translation? Seems fairly clear to me.
That's not necessary. My backup is mounted read-only via nfs, and when I am running backups they are done by rsync via ssh. Actually I have two backups on two separate hosts and only one is nfs mounted, but that is a detail.
Bourne sh, POSIX sh, and bash globbing all suck because, while handy in very simple situations, they are not REs, not very versatile/capable, and not very intuitive. It's not that you CAN'T DO what you need to do; it's that you have to approach the problem uniquely.
To match via globbing any file or directory starting with one or more dots, but exclude dot and dot-dot standalone pseudo-links, I believe the most efficient recourse is the somewhat perverse:
which is quite an indictment of obstinate design stupidity. REs are better, but still a minefield. The best I can come with using REs are:
ls -a | grep '^\..*[^.][^.]*$'
and the slightly more concise
ls -a | egrep '^\.+[^.]+$'
I will leave it as an exercise to ponder why you need the -d but not the -a in the first form, but must use the -a and NOT the -d in the last two forms. It's pretty disgusting when you work out EXACTLY how those options work. The -1 is not necessary in the second two cases because the pipeline magically changes the output format.