That is because the terrorism was not religiously motivated. Religion had a polarizing effect on the population of Northern Ireland, but the motivation for the terrorism was political, not religions: it was the Irish Republican Army, not the Irish Catholic Army.
Living on your knees is entirely appropriate in a modern liberal democracy according to David Cameron.
Yes, but you can monitor the Internet for encrypted traffic and anybody found using it is automatically a terrorist. What could possibly go wrong?
Well most writers were always unable to convey the tone of their writing. Generally speaking, most of us only read the best writing from ages ago. Back in the 20th century, pretty much everything I read was written by people I knew personally or people who were good enough writers to get published in books and newspapers and magazines.
Now, Twitter is spammed relentlessly by the illiterate arseholes who were always there but couldn't get published in the past.
They just tools that write it for them after drawing it in Photoshop.
Should that be "they just use tools" or "they just are tools"?
This is utter nonsense. XHTML is not a an HTML renderer, it is a standard for an XML document format.
If your browser misrenders an HTML4 document because it thinks it is XHTML, the problem is either the browser itself which can't distinguish different document types or the person who wrote the web page and erroneously put the xml processing instruction at the top.
why would a label NOT WORK the next day
Off the top of my head, one reason would be that the price is calculated based on the rates on the day of shipping.
Without knowing *why* the castle is gone, I have no idea what your point is.
Usually, if it was a stone castle, the building materials were robbed out to make new dwellings. The reason that people could do that is because the owners abandoned them as being shit places to live.
With buildings, as with other man made items, technology moves on. Generally speaking, a house built now will be more comfortable, easier to heat and more suited to modern life styles than a house built 50 years ago. Who cares if the old ones fall down? If you are going to knock it down and replace it with something better, money spent making it last a millennium is wasted money.
using techniques we can't reproduce.
You could probably flip out a modern system every year for less than the annual support and maintenance contract that the DWP is probably buying.
Given the technology available and the relative size of the Earth's population, he was a whole lot worse than any of those three.
In fact, according to http://www.coindesk.com/price/ the price has dropped about 15% in two days.
According to http://www.preev.com/ Bitcoin is trading at around 280 USD. Last time I looked a couple of weeks ago, it was at 313 USD. The needle has moved, whether it was this story or not, I don't know.
And yet my nephew knew how to configure the NAT/router in his parents' house so that he could run a Minecraft server for his friends when he was ten.
No it isn't.
Both NTFS and HFS+ are file systems that are case insensitive and case preserving (by default). They work as designed. They have always worked that way as the people who ported git to those platforms should have known.
Just because you don't like the way NTFSD and HFS+ work and it makes the programmer's job a little harder doesn't mean there is a bug.