and in any other country a real driver means haggling for the friggin price, fighting to find a cabbie that will take you 15km out of the city and the cabbie not having a fucking clue about where anything is in the city(except nightclubs he gets commission from), since the cabbie is cheap labor imported from the rural area outside the city...
no point system.
in dk, there's sufficient skill involved and also a slight bit of luck.
it's not like pacman either where you can just keep playing till the crash stage.
the chat log could have had mentions of other leaks sent to them in it.
and who would wiretap iceland parliament? well depending on the day everyone from banksters to gangsters...
though, come on, they could use just any
not everything sent to wikileaks was published and if there's something wrong with wikileaks it's that. but it's been pretty widely known that they didn't publish everything(just like everything leaked by snowden hasn't been published as a dump).
maybe they should have from the get go gone with torleaks instead! or better yet freenetleaks..
commercially offering IOU's falls under quite many laws, fucker.
though what he does is essentially from what I understand run a bitcoin exchange. that also is under several laws - just because they call it bitcoin or mintkoin or spaghetting doesn't make it exempt from those.
otherwise fraudsters would be giving you kredit kords and stÃks and saying that rules don't apply....
look man, these guys and gals running bitcoins-from-a-box stunts at happenings know fairly well that they couldn't just put up a website in that same state doing the same thing... they know that the box was just loopholing and trying to insulate themselves from being the operator of the machine giving out bitcoin for cash.
in the way that he is not selling stocks, which has it's own set of rules to jump through.
money transmitting rules might even be the easiest, though he would need to keep records of id's.
easiest would be to just take bitcoin for bitcoin, but that has way less usefulness.
yeah so drive over four persons while drunk and pay 400k for rehab..
but should be executed for essentially fencing stolen goods?
and I don't see how "more often" goes with "let's punish some one dude a lot", it doesn't really average out to that. wire fraud and computers related crime is already punishable with punishments that are way out of proportion compared to traditional crime where the victim loses all his shit AND gets a knife stuck in his stomach.
sure, would be nice if fraudsters got prosecuted more _often_ but that does't mean that it's a good system to execute them..
a few fossilized microbes on one piece of rock that came from another planet is hardly "finding life".
back then even the wires used on mice sucked more though.
logitech pilots lasted us about 1 year max without fixup.
I've not had an optical mouse break on me ever.
"I feel no pity for the people who stream porn though, just what exactly did you think would happen if you weren't buying the videos?"
nothing? the people doing the infringing were the uploaders and the site.
how many people have been prosecuted for watching tv content on youtube? nobody.
but where did they get the list of viewers? from redtube? hacked someone? ???
by your rules either my mom is a hipster or you're a hipster. a poll would probably agree that you're the hipster given those choices.
home laser/routing cnc's are now more popular than ever...
also cnc shops are cheaper than ever for such work.
if you want to bother with the hand tools https://www.google.com/search?q=beehive+plans&oq=beehive+plans&aqs=chrome..69i57j0l5.1579j0j4&sourceid=chrome&espv=210&es_sm=93&ie=UTF-8
though, knowing bees, some twigs in a barrel with 3 holes would work just fine.
you would have better luck with german style smaller subs, I doubt those delivery vehicles have that long of a range to make it through from the entrance to the baltic sea to the cable.
though subs in the baltic isn't really unheard of, but if they just encrypt the link at the ends and take the keys over with a ferry every now and then, that way it gets pretty expensive and pointless to tap it there(even if hw for performing on the fly encryption might be expensive as well).. also, they would pretty much have to perform any filtering they want on the data at the tap point - or run an equally expensive cable from the tap point. though I'm pretty sure german and finnish industry would gladly sell them the expensive cabling needed for it, were cia stupid enough to pay for it.
so why bother? NSA and CIA being super afraid that the last real nazis have re-emerged in Finland after hiding out there after WW2 and are secretly re-arming Germany by doing product development by utilizing Finnish metal industry(there's some history there you know) and that the sale of Nokia to MS was an elaborate ruse to get Finnish agents into dev teams so they could backdoor windows and all that was going to be planned over the undersea link ? ? ?
anyhow, the baltic sea is a muddy mess so good luck for whoever has to do it.
I think you missed a geography lesson.
going through a land+bridge route would need going through either russia and the baltic countries or a long way through sweden and denmark.
a bridge from finland to germany would literally be the biggest engineering project ever performed on earth.
if you already have a linux distro that runs steam then you have zero incentive to install SteamOS.