The 2nd paragraph of COPYING reads:
Also note that the only valid version of the GPL as far as the kernel is concerned is _this_ particular version of the license (ie v2, not v2.2 or v3.x or whatever), unless explicitly otherwise stated.
Since it is well known fact that Linux is GPLv2 only, what's your intent in denying that? Trolling?
You don't seem to get it. Having rights in the legal system is not reserved for über hackers. It's there for everyone, not even for, but especially for douchebags like Mitnick. That they put him in solitary confinement, him being not a good hacker at all, is the prime example of un-ethical behavior of authorities in the US judical system. (But then, this is a barbaric system with death sentences. So it's part of the system, FWIW.)
Not that this is really different in other parts of the world, as we can read in TFA.
When my knees or hips eventually wear out, they give me new ones and bam, I magically get to walk for another 20-30 years.
If you will be in for this, especially if it concerns your knees; you will then be haunted by that comment.
Because, you will, most probably, not walk without pain for another 20-30 years.
Sincercely yours, probably being a few decades older than you.
The school has placed a temporary ban on play at recess or lunch that involves physical contact between kindergarten students. This is in response to a number of injuries that have happened with this particular class.
And they couldn't handle these incidents in a different manner? For example, without punishing the whole group for the behavior of a few? Without installing the knowledge "bullies win" in the kids' minds?
You should better go, and select a different schools for your kids. These so-called teachers are obviously unprofessional and should be avoided. (I'm a pedagogue, FWIW. This is a textbook example how teachers should *not* handle incidents with students. Especially not at kindergarten age where social interactions are to be learned.)
It's even cited with references on Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ECHELON#Examples_of_industrial_espionage
Did the terrorists actually win this war on terror?
Yes, for sure, in the USA they did. It was a full-fledged, all-around victory, without any substantial opposition. That the terrorist's victory also helped companies like Halliburton to enormous profits was not inconvenient, either. Haven't you left your mother's basement in the last 13 years?
Some European companies really don't care. But some do. That's why there was always a healthy mistrust in competetive European companies concerning their crucial data out of house, and why cloud computing has a slower uptake here than in the US. (Their unimportant data, they could care less about, even if it's personal data and against the EU privacy laws. That's life.)
If somebody could tell me how one can avoid that nag dialog, I'd be happy.
None of your links reported about such behavior.
If you live in Oakland, maybe you should start to make an appointment with a shrink. It may help you.
But then, maybe not. You US Americans are seriously mad nowadays, looking from the other side of the pond.
> Really ? How well do they cellar? 20 years seems a bit long. Most pinot noir just doesn't age well.
Actually, I meant his white burgundy grand cru (Im Sonnenschein). Some years wines from him age extremely well; last year I was at one anniversary tasting where he opened bottles from the last 25 years, and there were astonishing wines among them. 15 year old Sekt, still fresh; I couldn't believe it.
His pinot noir age quite well as well; in some years it must age. E.g., currently his 2005 Im Sonnenschein GG is still too closed to be drinkable in good consciousness. Together with Bernhard Huber, Paul FÃ¼rst (where Rebholz son currently is an apprentice), Fritz Becker, and a few others, they show what red burgundy from Germany can be like.
> I've got some Kreydenweiss too but it's a bit overpriced.
Full agreement. And you can't rely that every year ages as well as the 89. E.g., 2002 oxidated very early. And there are the years in 2004+ where Antoine (Marc's son) took over, and was still learning the trade. I haven't been in Andlau for the last 5 years or so; but have heard reports that Antoine starts to be better again. A wine from him that's not-as-long-aging but good and not so expensive is the Clos Val d'Eleon.
Marc and Emmanuelle moved from Andlau to Nimes, btw, and make quite good red wines, for early drinking, just 3-5 years in the cellar. If you're in that area, be sure to visit them; Marc is an enthusiastic guy who can and will talk for hours about his wines, the grapes, and process he uses.
> Many good dry Rieslings will keep 20 years I think.
Yes, they do. (That was the point I was trying to make.) Of course, one has to be careful and check when they are about to oxidate -- and then it's a matter of taste if you let them a bit, or if you rather drink them...
Here's to you, and a have a good glass,
My 81 Chateau d'Yquems is still considered young.
You don't need lots of tanin to have well aging wines.
That 95% of the world's population feels as if they are powerless against such a tiny minority speaks more about the pathetic majority than the minority.
Do you really think that? That's saddening. I'm glad that, effectively, I don't belong to this "pathetic majority" -- they are scraping to get enough water and enough food, shelter against warlords (in some countries, against US drones targeting cvilians, effectively the same). I, living in a G8 state, have the luxury that 80% of the world's population doesn't have. I can answer drivel like yours.
You might not understand it; but, life's not a Hollywood movie where the good guys win. No, the NSA wins. Those who take our liberty and won't give it back. Hoover is back, now named Alexander; and he's more intelligent and thus more evil. The USA is spending vast amount of its money for its military, its spionage-intel, and associated companies, making it practically impossible for "the pathetic fawning of the rest of the world's governments" (your words) to do anything against it.
Our only hope is, you'll destroy your own society with it. You gave up already and surrendered to terrorists. You complied with them and made your country a fascist police & surveillance state -- which it wasn't before. You made their lies come true. Your society spends insane amounts of money on things that only very few will profit from. The rest of your society goes downhill, and they're voting to go downhill.
Gibbon's "History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire" is a blueprint what's happening to you. Sadly, it seems to need too long before a sane civil movement appears.
"Fuck anything that moves" was ever only the lifestyle of very few people; and those lived more in the late 60s than in the early 60s. (I'm old enough to remember this. Are you, too?) And it's not the point that I wanted to make, when I call out US Americans to be prudish.
It's not the governments fault that the biggest commitment you've ever made to a "relationship" is deciding to pay by the minute or by the hour.
"You've ever made"? As in, me? I live with my partner since 32 years and will do so for the rest of our live. We don't need a state certification to be sure of that. Whom are you talking of? Get back to your mother's basement, and off my lawn.