What's your problem with pudding?
Redistribute that wealth yo.
Also Auto Alliance: http://www.autoalliance.org/me...
Man, swing and a miss.
As AC said, just because you're an American, doesn't mean you can't be anti-American. But you'll notice General Motors is there as well as something called the Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers.
The trade group formed on January 13, 1999 to replace the American Automobile Manufacturers Association, which had represented only American manufacturers. As of 2009, the Auto Alliance members are:
FCA US LLC
Ford Motor Company
General Motors Corporation
Jaguar Land Rover
Volkswagen Group of America
Volvo Cars North America
General Motors is in there by themselves if you scan through the comments I linked.
Because you actually need to RTFA.
This is linked in the article: http://copyright.gov/1201/2015...
In comments submitted so far, automakers have expressed concern that allowing outsiders to access electronic control units that run critical vehicle functions like steering, throttle inputs and braking "leads to an imbalance by which the negative consequences far outweigh any suggested benefits," according to the Alliance of Global Automakers. In the worst cases, the organizations said an exemption for enthusiasts "leads to disastrous consequences."
You'll see "Global" in that quote mind you. But if you look at some of the organizations, they include companies like Honda, Nissan, Kia, Hyundai, Toyota, Volvo, etc. I'm gonna just chalk this up to anti-American bias.
In a living document, the interpretation does not or should not change. If something needs to change, then the document must be amended. Supreme Court decisions regarding the First Amendment will reference Jefferson's Statute here, because it had major influence on how the First Amendment was written, particularly the Establishment Clause. The Constitution is a holy document, that's the point of it. It is above the power of any single person. If a statute, law or, ruling contradicts the Constitution then the former is invalid. If you have a problem with the historical understanding of a portion of the Constitution you need to push for an amendment.
The basis and history for our religious freedom laws precludes such a decision.
This article on Jefferson's VA Statute for Religious Freedom for example:
It usually has to have some historical merit before it get's to tax exempt status.
Thanks for compiling a character sequence list and explaining the algorithm...
I'm not wasting real mod points for an AC, but +1 for the Year One reference.
It's actually the opposite. Game titles tend to want to hit the T rating for games so they draw from the largest pool possible. Destiny is a good recent example of a game that toned down its content to hit a T rating.
Because blue screen of death dude!!