In the UK, the Royal Family keeps at least three different newspapers alive and is responsible for at least 60% of the content in most popular magazines.
It's not easy being the stars and writers of the world's most popular soap opera.
Expense - You can build it for about $1800 per machine or $3600 total if you go full-on hardware raid. That would give you about 4TB storage after parity (4 2TB drives - $800, Raid Card - $500, basic server with room in the case - $500)
Either use a RAID controller or use ZFS. It's not a good idea to use both at the same time.
Amen! I'm a Christian and ardent "evolutionist" and I have to put up with listening to ID all the time. It is never presented as a complete scientific framework, rather I'll be discussing some biological feature and the word "design" will pop up in the conversation, getting louder and more frequent until I give in. At that point, I explain that what we call "science" is more properly called "natural science" and seeks to provide natural explanations for our observations. ID is a supernatural explanation so it falls outside the realm of natural science. It's also intellectually lazy; anything that they can't comprehend is simply explained away with hands thrown in the air and "well, God did it". Thank God actual scientists actually seek out the truth, as we would still be living in the stone age with their level of thought.
Came here to say the exact same thing, though I was going to go with Abrahamic =)
This is typically due to eating too much starch and junk food. The problem isn't caused by being poor, but rather is correlated with the same bad financial habits
The biggest problem is this: As soon as you're rich, everybody who's ever known you, or kinda known somebody who's known you, or is working for a good cause comes knocking to ask for a handout.
Read about the guy I was talking about. He bought a mansion, a million dollars worth of cars, a lear jet - all in the first year. He blew $12M in the first year. It had nothing to do with people hitting him up for cash - he blew it.
They're "poor", not in poverty. Two different things.
Yes, mod as "troll" - much easier than making a counterargument.
But in addition, George Bray thinks that socioeconomic factors play into physicians' lack of enthusiasm for treating obesity because obesity is, disproportionately, a disease of poverty.
Poverty is the inability to meet basic needs - water, food, clothing and shelter. People in true poverty are underweight and often die from malnutrition.
In the US, the lower classes (who are "poor") have a big problem with obesity. This is typically due to eating too much starch and junk food. The problem isn't caused by being poor, but rather is correlated with the same bad financial habits - specifically the inability to delay gratification - that's makes them poor in the first place. This doesn't describe *everybody* who is poor in America, but it seems to be a majority. Listen to Dave Ramsey for an hour and you'll hear people who are poor and yet make $100,000/year. Actually, just read a story yesterday about a guy who won $27,000,000 in powerball and died penniless a few years later.
I eat all the meat I want and I never gain weight. It's the starches and sugars that cause problems - meat and fat doesn't make you gain weight if you're not eating a bunch of sugar and starch.
'Young people, rightly, are sensitive to the needs to preserve their privacy and to retain internet freedom. And by the way, so am I,' responded the President. 'That's part of not just our First Amendment rights and expectations in this country, but it's particularly something that young people care about..
This is a former constitutional lawyer saying that privacy concerns are a First Amendment concern. WT-actual-F? This is clearly Fourth amendment territory, but oh well. I mean, this is the president after all: we don't need facts when we have authority.
Also, the suggestion that this issue is all the more vital because young people care about it? What smarmy nonsense. It's a bloody constitutional crisis being characterized as an MTV award.
I came here to say the same thing. His obvious misunderstanding of the Constitution in this and other contexts kind of makes me question the whole "constitutional scholar" label.
In Georgia? Where the temperature drops below 0 C for about twelve minutes every year?
I would be surprised if you could even _find_ a block heater in that state, let alone plug it in and use it.
Unlikely. There is no evidence that the cop saw the defendant before entering his car and preparing the paperwork to fine/arrest him.
You might want to read about what happened. There's a convenient link near the top of this page. There's even an original source linked from there, if you want to hear the story from the people involved.
Kaveh Kamooneh parked his car, left, and shortly after that an officer came by to search his vehicle. When Kamooneh returned to the vehicle the officer confronted him, informed him that he should be charged with theft by taking, and then left to file a police report.
A week and a half later Sergeant Ernesto Ford, who was not the same officer, got an arrest warrant and sent two deputies to Kamooneh's home at 8 PM, a time which conveniently meant that Kamooneh could be booked and placed in a cell, but unable to be released until fifteen hours later.
Are you trying to tell me that in the eleven days between the original police report being filed and Sgt. Ford preparing the paperwork to send Georgia's Finest around to put him in jail, that he didn't have tje time to look at the name "Kaveh Kamooneh" and compare it to "John Smith"? Even in Georgia it doesn't take that long to sound out the letters and figure out what they say.
Considering the wonderfully tolerant history of small-town Georgia, where people of all origins and colours are universally welcomed with open arms and considered part of the family by one and all, it's more likely that some members of the Chamblee police department simply don't like electric cars, but there is always the small possibility that one unusual American just might dislike people of Iranian descent and be looking for an excuse to act on that.
Stranger things have happened.