But how many allow you to view/control the display?
Truth: some Linux distros have a "wheel" group.
Truth: this group is used as a list of people with elevated permissions
Truth: one of the elevated permissions often assigned to this group is the ability to become root, especially with sudo
Falsehood: all users on a Linux system are members of the "wheel" group
Falsehood: one can add oneself to the "wheel" group without having permissions already elevated above regular user status
tl;dr: someone misunderstands groups and called it a vulnerability
It will hold you to the letter until there's something vague and in need of interpretation. Then the court will consult the original party or parties as to the intended spirit of that portion and take it into consideration.
Oh, come on. The Beach Boys sang, and still do sing, with excellent enunciation and diction.
It's a deuce coupe. As in a hotrodded 1930s Ford or something similar, it's a car, which is something people rev up.
So far there's only one reference to kissthisguy.com and it's about a particular mondegreen in a particular song. I think the summary does us all a disservice by not tying this site into the discussion. It's a site all about the topic.
Marxism on a local, voluntary basis can work pretty well. There are communes and kibbutzes all over. What doesn't work is applying that to a nation state.
You do know that a county is often not a single town, right? St. Louis county has about 70% whites and about 25% blacks.
The municipal court isn't going to bring up a grand jury. You have to look at the representation of the whole area.
Your statistics don't sound out of line, but I'd love citations. The one I've got shows sexual assault (not specifically rape) is higher for cops but 2x rather than 4x. On the other hand, it shows between 5 and 6 times as high for cops as non-cops for homicide. Copblock has an article about relative rates for cops.
When race is the issue, remember that homicide with both white and black victims is primarily an intraracial issue. Most (84%) white murder victims are killed by whites and most (93%) blacks are killed by blacks. Murder is a mostly intraracial crime.
Read the fucking testimony. Read it. Don't armchair quarterback or Monday morning quarterback without watching the fucking game.
tl;dr : Wilson was in the SUV. His left hand was struggling with Brown. His OC was on his left. His asp was on the back of his belt and he was sitting on part of it. He couldn't extend it and swing inside the car. He didn't have a taser on him and he certainly didn't have a shotgun loaded with bean bags. He had already been threatened and struck when he drew his weapon, which Brown then struggled to turn on him. He fired through the vehicle's door and window the first two shots at _that_ point.
It wasn't an "arbitrary assault" on Brown, and Brown was using force against the officer.
There are lots of conflicting reports. There is also forensic evidence. Read the grand jury testimony that was released. Is there really enough supporting guilt over and above that establishing doubt of guilt that there's a chance an impartial jury wouldn't find reasonable doubt on Wilson's behalf?
That's what a grand jury does. They decide if it's worthwhile to try the case based on 9 or more of 12 deciding that there is probable cause to believe a crime has been committed. The didn't indict because they didn't find it met that standard.
If the grand jury can't meet their standard, what are the chances of getting 12 of 12 to agree that the evidence supports a much higher standard: beyond a reasonable doubt?
If they are sure there's going to be an innocent verdict at trial then why try the case?
Read the grand jury testimony and then say they failed given what they had to work with. Does the standard for charging Darren Wilson really seem to be met after you've read it?
Technically some Olympic events or others happen every two, but the same events don't repeat but every four.
Not all of them are working on the domestic spying. The NSA, believe it or not, was created to spy on other countries, not Americans.