Quick Comment -- I don't mean to imply that a desire to change one's gender is absolutely a 'personal choice'. People have all kinds of motivations that often come from the natural expression of their genes and experiences in life. I'm not trying to sound ignorant or insensitive to people's motivations or causes for this kind of issue. My point -- if it's how you feel and it's what you wanted, be strong in it. Hold strong. No embarrassment.
... If it was a personal choice, one should not be embarrassed. And if others look at you strange, have confidence in your choice and yourself, and know that you're right and they're goofy...
And then, fully on the topic -- welcome to reality. Change anything, and things get complicated. Try moving. It's as if every single business you ever dealt with needs an update. Change your partner? That's a complicated matter called 'divorce' and for some reason the law and judges are involved. Crazy...
Things are tough all over.
It's funny... Diebold/Evergreen make many of the ATMs you probably use. The ATM will never give you an extra $20, and yet the voting machines they design are shown to be 1-3% off....
And this is in-person electronic voting.... why would the internet, a wild-west pool of hackers and government agencies, seem like a safe place for clean democracy?
For me, counting the hand cast ballots with witnesses, no matter how laborious (exaggerated claim, btw) is the most superior and reliable way to ensure that democracy is indeed what is happening.
Remember this question..... what is the point of saving money if you're letting democracy slip away? Chances are, the people that will manipulate the electronic voting will strip money from you anyway...
Please... you don't need a UPS (which is for computers) in a major storm outage. If you had a whole home-oriented power backup, that might be something worth mentioning because you could use that energy (much more than a UPS has) for useful things like lighting and cooking raw foods or sanitizing water.
The only way I see a UPS really making sense is if it was used strictly to power and recharge a cellphone in the event that some form of emergency local towers were still in place.
My main point.. you don't need computer technology to get through bad situations -- you need things that have major impacts on survival. Food, water, shelter.
This doesn't say crap about 'junk DNA'.
About a thousand LNC-RNA papers and miRNA papers, and others, in the last decade would say this plant paper doesn't say much at all about other species' DNA.
in middleschool they teach you to reference sources....the slashdot post has no link to the actual trailer, nor does the crappy article it links to... crappy because it has no link to the trailer....
The business owes me toiletpaper, then. Fair is fair.
I stopped reading after your selfish sentence that said 'I choose not to'.
Get out of my species -- rather, you already have, so please go die like a fly.
What happened to the good old day rules that said NO USING PERSONAL DEVICES FOR SENSITIVE GOVERNMENT WORK?
There was this concept called the 'air gap', as well.
The basis of all of it was that as a person involved in sensitive government work you have absolutely no reason/business using technologies that are not provided to you to carry out the job. This reality is still possible today. You do not need a blackberry/iphone/etc to do your job and you can live without it until 5PM or whenever you get in your car to head home.
More options = more liabilities.
We aren't competing all the time. If someone is perpetuating the species, and you fail to do so or prioritize that on your own, you shouldn't be so jealous/conceited/competitive/isolated/selfish/entitles (pick one) that you mouth of like this. Did you think humans just come about like ideas? When you're 80 and there are young children playing to admire at the park, you should know that other people went through very hard times to produce those offspring. Those kids will mow your lawn for cheap and maybe even write you some nice cards to you and your peers as a class project as you die alone.
Let me guess.. If you crap more than me, I deserve a compensation of equal toiletpaper from the workplace for me to use at home. That way you're not getting over on me --- ya know --- because you could hold it.
But bitcoin is extremely wasteful. At least with real coins the metals are still useful.
I hate swype.
Exactly. Luciferase requires lots of substrate to make lots of light. Chances are they will make very little... Actually, chances are three kickstarter money will fund some poor research that scoresby achieve anything but feed a few unemployed scientists.
You don't know enough about research and industry.
I will sum it up.
Public research digs up the most fundamental knowledge that in itself is only knowledge that can be applied.
Private research takes the public findings and refines the knowledge in a very focused, product-oriented way.
Both are required for our current successes.
you need a non-corporate interpretor.
The direct translation was that Israel's current leadership needs to cease to exist.
Did you ever check your source?
On the contrary, at least they know they lost to cheats, not skills.