The X15 worked on that principal. So it has been done and was cost effective. We are just now getting back around to looking at the concept that was started in the 1950's
Only in that it spreads the same amount among multiple school districts in the form of future payments--plus a bit of overhead, etc. . . .
Obviously not true, as he is white, and only racism causes arrests for such things . . .
It was a different world.
I carried a pocket knife daily from getting my first one early in cub scouts until they put in the metal detectors at there courthouses, and it was too much hassle to check in the knife, and check it back out, three times a day. (They can't be checked anymore, anyway).
In the 1970s, there was nothing unusual or noteworthy about a little boy with a knife in his pocket at school; it was the norm.
OtherOS was never advertised and was never officially supported. And don't bother linking to the image of a PS2 box with the "supports linux" bullet point. That was a 'shop.
I guess no one explained how multinational corporations work. Sony BMG is a completely separate entity from Sony Computer Entertainment. They do not share people or policies. They have as much in common as they do with Starbucks. If Starbucks served you a bad coffee, would you boycott the Playstation? Because that's basically what you are advocating.
Fortunately the kind of people who become lawyers really have no moral fortitude anyway and are in fact sell-outs to begin with
Seems to me putting a lawyer in a position where s/he can make laws is a conflict of interest.
Though every time I post this it gets argued and modded down.
"Sometimes insanity is the only alternative" -- button at a Science Fiction convention.