Duh, it's a Gruntmaster 6000.
The "point" of this one (and I'm being magnanimous there) is the anecdotal, emotive propaganda of a professional victim. A prime candidate for being "derailed."
Dear god, that was beautiful.
From the release notes: "audio/video
Does the bloat in the browser go away the moment I install Sumatra?
I've been using it on windows since about 22 or 24 I think, and I didn't even know there WAS a Linux version of Palemoon! Thanks!
I am an online advertising / tracking company. How do I stop Privacy Badger from blocking me?
Riiight, because the kind of scumbags who actively develop techniques to get around user preferences are the kind who would never "promise to behave this time, honest!".
If the EFF is that naive, I don't have much faith that I can count on their tool.
I used several of those options: my local DNS periodically imports the MVPS list as a local blacklist, and adblockplus wasn't too bad. If it wasn't for many other issues I had that made KitKat a non-starter, I probably would have kept the Nexus instead of replacing my dead Evo 4G with a refurbished Evo 4G.
Google's onto that. It doesn't work in KitKat on the Nexus 5, for example.
It would be amusing if the suit is thrown out under the Son of Sam law... (He wouldn't be a celebrity if not for his crimes).
Kill the lawyers, instead.
Wow... reaching way back for the references now. Well done.
I can think of only 1 movie that saves the Precision F-strike for the end of the movie (ST: Generations).
As opposed to amazing incompetence of the "taggers" doing it now.
I'm well aware of the moral of the story (I've been dating a historian for 12 years, and my awareness of it still impresses her).
I didn't say anything about historical reality, I said that crediting "feminism" with the concept was nuts, and implied that just because something is in the OT doesn't make it good/right/accurate/worth a damn (and it sure as hell has fuckall to do with "historical reality").