That was me and I'm completely serious. But it sounds like that nearly free speech site is just like what the OP is looking for.
Yes, at the point a suit was filed, the lawyer was needed. But the author appears to have made a solid decision before the lawyer was needed.
That seemed to come out in favour of the satirist.
hawkeyeMI (412577) writes "Barclays this week downgrades the entire electric sector of the U.S. high-grade corporate bond market to underweight, saying it sees long-term challenges to electric utilities from solar energy, and that the electric sector of the bond market isn’t pricing in these challenges right now. It’s a noteworthy downgrade since electric utilities which make up nearly 7.5% of Barclays’ U.S. Corporate Index by market value."
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I still buy DVDs and Blu-Rays rather than streaming media because I can always rip them (despite the DRM) and play them on any of my devices, vs paying the same price and only playing on Amazon/Google/whatever-compatible devices (read: not all of the devices I own that can play the video).
It's a very long story, but I basically worked as a fixer for an HPC company on contract for a few years. I'd log in remotely or (occasionally) fly out and fix messes made by people who didn't know how to solve problems with Linux servers using critical thinking. I'd watch them sometimes and they'd try the only thing they knew how to do, over and over again, without realizing that it wasn't fixing the problem. Instead of narrowing down what could be causing the issue and then doing some research/googling/RTFM and bothering to understand the issue, they'd just reboot the machine over and over, progressively screw up config files worse and worse, and then eventually I'd get called in to fix it. I don't know if it's possible to teach critical thinking skills, or if they're just developed over a lot of self-directed experiments, or if it's an issue of intelligence, but it's got to be costing companies untold millions of dollars every year in the US alone.
So keeping is not owning? Really?
You can argue all day about whether the 2nd amendment should be in place. It's a lot harder to argue about the intent. The founding fathers thought a free people should be armed. http://www.buckeyefirearms.org...
I'm pro-second-amendment and socially liberal. There are plenty of others like me.
And my point is that there are things worse than a higher risk of death.
Oh and I forgot, at least one treatment for it, Flagyl, actually makes you feel worse. But at least then you're done and can stop taking it.
Not me, I drink only the purest rainwater to protect my bodily fluids.
I'm guessing you haven't had amoebic dysentery. It saps all your energy and makes you poop blood. I'll take driving to work, thank you.
"Proof of work in bitcoin is not really any proof of work either because it's just a guessing game" -- it seems you don't understand proof of work. If you don't do the work to guess, you don't get the right answer very many times.
Here, sorry I was a lazy bum before. http://www.reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/comments/1puk1a/arxiv_paper_majority_is_not_enough_bitcoin_mining/