If you can't frame your rejection of an old person in terms other than age, then you are an incompetent PHB.
It's always open season on feral pigs in Texas.
We have armed guards for High Holidays or any large gathering. Nobody is going to take chances even if we aren't going out of our way to declare that this isn't the 16th century anymore.
It's like Scotty says... fool me twice, then shame on me.
> If you are so afraid that you need to carry a gun to work with you, then you may want to consider moving to a safer area.
You mean live one place and work some place else? That's already covered. That's why roads are so full of commuters. Jobs are often located in places that you would never actually want to live. My current job is like that.
On the other hand, I've actually been to Paris and I have seen for myself what kind of weaponry they routinely carry around. You would think that with that kind of firepower they could easily put down any nonsense.
A lot of noise is made about "American gun culture" but it's the Europeans that routinely carry serious firepower around their cities.
I grew up in the North and was taught how to shoot by the Boy Scouts at a relatively early age.
In this regard, there's nothing that remarkable about Texas really.
Playboy was very tame in the early 70s. It's unlikely that even the head from a centerfold from that era would be genuinely scandalous by modern standards.
People are just hearing the world "Playboy" and disengaging their brains and assuming things they really have no business assuming.
You don't even want to go there.
Poses in Cosmo and Vogue can often times be more suggestive than the ones in Playboy. Your precious princess is already being sexualized even without bringing pornography into it.
On Windows it gets even more fun. They like to piggy back spyware with cracked games. So for your unwillingness to spend $50 on a game, you have some creep electronically playing out the plot of Porky's with your PC.
Without stating the precise nature of the "exploit", it's hard to know whether or not your trolling is even relevant.
Most users don't even use their regular 2D printers in any sort of creative or interesting way.
It's Apple. The whole POINT of the thing is that you don't have to RTFM.
So then it was telnet instead of ssh. The same action will produce the same result. That same result will be mischaracterized the same way (by idiots).
Nope. A fit person should not have any problem with another 35lb bag. We are likely talking about former military officers here. These are people that at some point in their lives had to carry someone as big as you around. Possibly they even did that on a 20 or 30 mile march.
Nevermind the fact that the relevant bag likely has wheels...
> And how exactly would that solve this problem? The one of not having the flight book *in the plane*?
This is a perfect example of the helpless (and rigid) mentality of the Apple user.
The solution is pretty simple really...
1) Take one of those trucks that they use to load meals and snacks and sodas and fill it with manuals.
2) Drive up to the grounded plane.
3) Open the door.
4) Shove printed manuals through the door.