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Laptops are just as bad. Many hibernate rather than shut off, and the users never reboot them. Luckily the task scheduler can still do the same thing.
Working with EMR systems for small clinics has shown me that unless fines are given out to these companies developing this software they will make it as difficult and expensive to exchange records with different systems as possible. It is far more profitable for them to make it hard to exchange and then make their clients convince other offices to use the same software if they want to make it easy.
The problem is 'i kan reed' is a sarcastic asshole in all his conversations and not this one alone. Assuming he is being sarcastic is no great leap of interpretation as, from his own history, just about everything he says is sarcastic.
Are you 'tarded or something. Tracking ACoward can be much harder than an actual username. Logged in users with a long posting history leak all kinds of information about who they are, information that can possibly trace back to them without an IP address. At worst both just leave an IP, which if measures are taken, such as proxies or hacked machines can be near impossible to track.
>I propose all arms going to third parties be given rounds with propellants / explosives that chemically degrade over time.
That's not going to happen.
We still shoot ammo made in WW2. It's very likely many of the mortars fired in the past decade were produced in the Vietnam era. 18 months is silly stupid short in itself and you are begging for defeat. Most of our own weapons are stockpiled for years if not decades before a conflict occurs. Because if a 'real serious' enemy shows up, all they have to do is hit your chemical industry and game over, you only have a year of ammo left at most. Even worse, you're not going to stockpile the amount of weapons needed to keep a hypothetical strong Russia or China needed from overwhelming you because you are risk adverse to going bad. Lastly your weaponry has to work reliably in all conditions, not just the desert, you have the jungle, the sea, the frozen wastes. You are really just begging for your own soldiers to get killed.
>The only people who complain about boot time are desktop users
Or people who spin up and down cloud based instances. Might want to catch up with the times. Very few servers are on the actual hardware these days.
I know a person who has worked at an inmate detention center for 20 years. That long around people and you gain some insight in to human behavior. In general they summed up the interactions between inmates in the following manner.
"Consistency requires you to be as ignorant today as you were a year ago." -- Bernard Berenson