It was your shared secret and now it's just part of the mainstream.
Personally, as cold as this sounds, I'd rather they have been able to carry out their attacks then suffer the real attacks on my liberties. Yes, I'm aware that good people might die as a result. I accept that it may be myself or someone I care about. Yes, I'd rather keep my rights than live in fear. I know, I'm a cold bastard. *sighs* Yes, I'm selfish for wanting to keep my rights. I accept that.
I totally agree, I'm from Belgium and I hate this round of emotional policy pushing.
The Humanists fought to get religion out of state, the revolutionaries fought to remove the absolute monarchs.
Our nations had to ward of expansive aggressors with radical forms of governance.
The pot of blood for our free society is huge, it surely can take a couple more.
- buying nuts from that odd lady on the farmer's market with the exotic nut tree She might be in need of a card reader.
And a "business bank account" and a computer and
Putting cash in their cup is not necessarily the best way to help them, but a Square account would change their lives. Or donating to an organized charity. Or giving them a gift card for food. You know, being intentional.
I'm not sure if dictating what they should do is more helpful.
And as someone who has experienced first hand what banks do when a family defaults on their debts, I can't ever trust them.
So I do want cash available, always !
What's the scaling concept behind this? I'm not aware of a (commonly available) storage expansion system based on PCIe connectivity
Isn't that what these things are for eventually: http://www.avagotech.com/produ....
Stellar rays prove fibbing never pays. Embezzlement is another matter.