..that kills Cockroaches. Or just a "motel" that you put some food in an that crushes any CR that enter.
Encryption like PGP should be mandated if the consumer asks for it.
I would rather write:
Perform 3 times
The Patriot Act has not been used to successfully convict any US citizen of a crime.
How do you know ?
He answered in an intelligent and humorous way that, not surprisingly, was not understood by you.
Evidently, you are a konformist and he is a non-konformist. You are probably happy to know that you belongs to an overwhelming majority. The minority is equally, if not more, happy to not belong to it.
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It's admirable that you want to use your experiences to help people. I know of ex-offenders and felons who have gotten jobs as counselors.
My suggestion to you is to talk to some drug and alcohol counselors and ask all the questions you can. One question to ask is where to go to get certified. Perhaps you’d require a counseling degree to move forward with your dream. Once you find that out, you can learn about the certification process and the qualifications.
I hope this helps."
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Brett Gibbs, John Steele and Paul Hansmeier are facing an $82,000 fine (noted by Judge Wright to be just below the cost of a proper appeal, a reference to Prenda's settlement offers which fell just below the cost of a proper defense.) Judge Wright will also "refer this matter to the United States Attorney for the Central District of California. The will also refer this matter to the Criminal Investigation Division of the Internal Revenue Service and will notify all judges before whom these attorneys have pending cases."
Prenda law appears to be floating belly-up in the fishbowl.
Ars Technica coverage: http://arstechnica.com/tech-policy/2013/05/prenda-hammered-judge-sends-porn-trolling-lawyers-to-criminal-investigators/
Pope Hat coverage: http://www.popehat.com/2013/05/06/does-prenda-believe-in-no-win-scenarios-because-judge-wright-just-gave-them-one/#more-18627
Link to full order: http://www.popehat.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/05/PendaSanctionsOrder.pdf"
..that have very big amounts of data, complex data structures and can't afford any errors (especially data corruption) caused by hardware limitations.
Banks is an example.
IBM sells on RAS, Reliability, Availability and Serviceability. ( http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reliability,_availability_and_serviceability_(computer_hardware) ).
With the z Architecture you can e g replace (hotswap) CPU's without affecting running applications. Think of banking systems that must have 24/7/365 service.
With z/OS you also need *much* less sysprogs and operators compared with equivalent sized number of PC (or unix) servers.
..is to avoid bugs when coding. There was a long time, maybe 40 year, since the last "new" type of bug appeared. So you know what type of bugs to avoid. It's just your time and
..is that there is a fundamental interest for US companies in general and the US government to grant patents to those companies as much and as easy as possible.
Foreign companies have also found that the courts in US in patent cases doesn't seems to be impartial to the fact that one part is of US origin and the other not.
There is maybe no difference in this to many other country's patent offices but as US legal and economical muscles is so strong they have such an advantage that they have no reason to change it.
This is yet another story about the attraction of protectionism.
Old people like warmer climate and take any chance to again be able to do the sins of their youth.
So... I think of a cozy feeling and a bit of excitement.
And what ? "compartment for valuables".
How come that:
When the weather is hot, it's a prof of global warming.
When the weather is cold, it's a prof of global warming.
When the wind is strong, it's a prof of global warming.
When the wind is weak, it's a prof of global warming.
When it's dry, it's a prof of global warming.
When it's wet, it's a prof of global warming.