there's nothing illegal with your employer asking for your LinkedIn or Facebook password, you just have the right to say no, and in a right to work state, they have the right to tell you your services are no longer required. why so upset? - you've got all kinds of rights
Although not a lie per se, what does checking a box labeled "Troubleshooting" mean in the context of an automation engineer? I've been at this since 2003 and have seen a *wide* range of troubleshooting skills both high and low. LinkedIn encourages everyone to go ahead and check that box. So while it isn't full of lies, I believe is full of exceedingly watered down truths.
How shocking is it exactly that 2012-1995=17?
My plan increased $20/mo. Not worth mentioning when overhead totals $2400/mo. The Curve was a POS, crashing constantly.
In an interview on This American Life, John Flansburgh of They Might Be Giants explained how the brown M&M's that Van Halen famously forbid were more like a "canary in a coal mine" - to ensure that all the stuff that *really* mattered had been read and taken seriously. If they screwed up something that simple - who knows what they had botched.
IF people are shooting specifically to take down power lines, fiber cables, or insulators, they are vandals and what they are doing is criminal. If you want gun nuts to stop getting all riled up every time something like this happens, we need to quit identifying the entire gun culture as complicit in the crime every time some asshat runs off and does something stupid with a gun.
We wouldn't accept that kind of generalization imposed on us, and we shouldn't do it ourselves.
I have known many hunters in my life, and grew up in MI hunting deer and small game yearly. I never used a rifle for vandalism or in any other irresponsible fashion. I never engaged in "boredom killings" which I think is disgusting. Most people I met through hunting were the same, but there were a few assholes, and to be clear about it, the assholes were assholes irrespective of them being hunters or gun owners, they were assholes in all other contexts as well.
I would like to see a Venn diagram showing the intersection of the following sets:
A: People actually good at math.
B: People who think 5 minutes of their time is worth 25 cents.
C: People with a computer connected to the internet.