Extra butter and the refillable size please. I'm gonna be here for a while.
You're probably right but DHS has their fingers in *everything* because, ya know, it's all part of the wildly ambiguous term "homeland security".
Yes, all of those other currencies the exchanges trade at in the
That show is maybe one step ahead of your mom saying "just one puff of pot could be your last" when it comes to issues like that. And their "science" is maybe one step above your mom saying "because I told you so".
That "nonsense" is just the person agreeing to provide the officer with evidence against themselves for use in trial. If you're doing an FSB you are going to jail and going to get a breath or blood test (or have instant administrative license loss).
Also: "the share of traffic deaths attributable to drunken driving was reduced by more than half within 10 years after the standard was dropped". Yes I am sure this study took into all of the other variables like a trend towards less driving, improvements in vehicle safety, and improvements in public transport.
"2. Functioning poorly or incompetently: " . Isn't that the purpose behind the dozens of laws that cover driving that fit that definition? That covers it all, phones, cats, kids, friends, drugs, alcohol, etc. etc. If you want modifiers for especially egregious behavior like drinking then so be it but these stupid arbitrary numbers definitely seem to almost beg for people to "use responsibly" when the law pretty much defines it as "not at all". Ohh, I know that would require actually seeking out impaired drivers instead of randomly making examples of people regardless of their actual ability.
They're whining that companies don't drop everything end change their business model to a law enforcement intelligence and evidence gathering organization at their request. *This* is "big government"; part of your business model has to include an Open API to the government with a real time feed to help them do their jobs. It would be hilarious if their response could be to allow them to access the petabytes of information and find the needle in the universe of needles themselves.
Exactly. It like war. Only the losing side gets punished for crimes. If he had been on the winning side of the bet he would have been paraded around the office like a king.
Lawyer, Ever. If he was a criminal attorney his client, up for shoplifting charges, would end up in the electric chair.
"Well only doctors and drug dealers *need* a pager." The title of the article should have been: "Looking past the Google Glass hype: I don't have (a use) one"
"trusted and established exchanges", you're a funny guy. The best you'll get is " > 1 month old, hasn't been hacked or down today, and is slightly less shady than others". I love the response to it being a speculative bubble is "well if you are so sure Mr. Smarty Pants why don't you take a short position and be part of the speculative bubble" without a hint of irony. It's also pretty funny that most of these people think they are doing something new or original because the underlying object is made by computers.
I would sweat it out, but only if I could physically borrow/give the shares back to one of the people posting this garbage everywhere on the internet. Posting "haha told you so asshole" on the internet just isn't very satisfying, because they all run off and hide when the crash comes, I know because that's exactly what happened last time.
No. What would you need anonymous internet currency for....use your imagination. Bitcoin is completely supported by illegal activities and speculation.
Yes the GP has not experienced their currency wildly changing value overnight: Nothing like losing 20% of your money from the time you start browsing for something on amazon to when you hit checkout.