You probably haven't because it's successor is the Vita.
You mean article 2 from the European Convention on Human Rights? Since you bright it up I pasted it below, since it has more to say on the matter than just that education is a right.
No person shall be denied the right to education. In the exercise of any functions which it assumes in relation to education and to teaching, the State shall respect the right of parents to ensure such education and teaching in conformity with their own religions and philosophical convictions.
Pretty much all the test cases from that video fail on MySQL if the sql-mode is set to traditional. MySQL will throw an error when data would be truncated, throws an error when you try to insert a NULL value in a NOT NULL column, refuses to alter a table if the existing data would be truncated, throws an error on an invalid date, on select only returns a warning for division by 0 but throws an error on an insert of division by 0, throws an error if you try to insert a string into a numeric column and so on.
I understand of course that the strict modes aren't enabled by default but they're easy enough to enable if you choose to. Via my.cnf, the command line when mysqld is started up or while connected to the mysql server itself (for just that session, or globally for all sessions).
I didn't run through all their examples, but mostly because I got bored and all their examples that I did try were throwing errors (except the select 1/0 one, which issued a warning) with the sql-mode set to traditional on MySQL (postgresql is also a sql-mode option but I didn't play with that one since I've never used it before).
7 lines with Verizon ($453.98, cousins iPhone 4S, brothers iPhone 4S, my iPhone 5, my Vaio Z, sons iPhone 4, sons netbook, daughters iPhone 4), 2 lines with AT&T ($135, mothers iPhone 4 and sisters iPhone 4). Cable is $367.75 (Comcast, all channels + sports package, 2 anyrooms, DVR, 105/20Mbs, home security and phone).
So no, that number was about right.
Actually I was talking specifically about the Philips bulbs in the post I replied to (which are $49.95 a pop at the local home depot).
I can tell you why I don't replace my lighting. It'd cost me $2100 to replace every bulb in my home (not including the 8 flood lamps). I also rent, so naturally I'd like to take them with me when I move and there's that little catch where when I move out all bulbs in the home must be in working order (same as they were when I moved in) so that would (eventually) mean purchasing a whole mess of CFLs (or figuring out how to store 40+ incandescent bulbs safely until I move).
As an aside my home runs on gas so my winter time (when lighting would most factor in) electricity bill only runs about $40 a month. It will hit $90 a month during the summer but that's my A/C's fault. Therefore electricity bills aren't a huge concern of mine (especially if compared to my cable and cell phone bill which together hit over $800 a month).
Busting in on someone playing in a chat room really has little chance of the guy having a rifle in his hand.
Honestly, it looks more like a routing issue to me. Our production servers can't reach Godaddy's DNS servers at all, but other computers in the same NOC (different IP blocks) have no issue. Our in office server and desktops (as well as my home server and computers) also have no issue with contacting Godaddy's DNS servers.
I could be wrong of course. But I'm really only experiencing issues with contacting Godaddy's DNS servers from certain machines while others have no issue at all (can't get to their website from anywhere though).
Was that your own nick for yourself? Because it sure sounds like it. Especially with your over the top reply to the previous fellow.
Since we built NY, I'm pretty sure we can also build a 1 foot tall sea wall.
I hate replying to myself, but I meant any medical spending that's over 7.5% of my AGI is a write off.
I wish there was a moderator option of 'misinformed' but there's not, so I'm just going to reply.
You're not taxed twice (unless you started a corp for some reason). I've been a contractor for over a decade. My effective federal income tax rate was 15% and around 18% if you tossed in self employment tax (SS) and the like. (I'm not actually sure on the numbers, but know it was ~19% total). So hardly 30-40%.
I don't have a family, but my personal health insurance costs me $180 a month. That's a 10k deductible but I'm more than living with thinking that insurance is for unexpected things I can't afford and am happy to pay for the things I can out of pocket (besides, the insurance is a 100% write off and anything I spend cash for is a write off 7.5% of my AGI. Except I've never spent that much).
You also get those little benefits (if like me) you use your home to work, etc. Where you get to write off portions of your rent, utilities, phone bills, internet bills, etc.
And then there's section 179 where you can write off (most) recent tech purchases at 100%, or at whatever percent you use them. And yeah.
Funny enough most rootkits that replace ls, ps, etc also set those binaries immutable. Which is a pretty notable change.
I work whenever I want, when I want and how I want.... I'll give you compilers, although I wrote my own x86 assembler in 1986...
Before there was degrees, there were those of us that just did it for fun.
Money came into it later. Phd's, never.
I don't want to argue about public school systems. I said I didn't get a diploma or a GED, and sure if I'd gotten either it wouldn't make me better at what I do now.
I don't know about Phd's, but I made $236k as a programmer last year, no high school diploma, no GED, no degree. So how impressive can a Phd be? That mean I beat out that 10%?