Freedom of speech isn't safe. In fact it is very dangerous. That is why the United States has that first in its bill of rights, because it is so dangerous, you need a powerful law to keep it intact.
But it is really fair for the Government to say protect Far Left ideas while trying to hinder far right ones?
Now I do not support this ideology, and I agree it could lead to dangerous behavior. But trying to suppress it, could be worse. That means you could have a large population afraid to speak their minds. And if there was a government shift to the Far Right, there could be far more supporters then you would think. With little education to help moderate many of them.
Freedom of Speech and Democracy are hand and hand. Now Democracy isn't about getting the best leader, it is about balancing safety with freedom of speech.
If you have Far Right ideas and you are vocal about them, and you still loose each election, it means you probably will not be able to take over the government, any attempt including military fill fail as bulk of the citizens will be against you. However if you hinder the freedom of speech, you could have the majority to join on your side in case of some revolution happens.
Do you have access to the magic Google box. You can find all you want yourself.
One of those that I linked was the mall who released the footage of a lady falling into a fountain while texting. I think that qualifies as person suing business.
Have a nice day.
That's why bitches can't think straight.
" I'm no expert, but my understanding is that hooking up pre-existing databases in this way is very, very hard."
no it's not. you stream out a common and documented data format and tell all those others to "here is your data, parse it and get it into your system.
You dictate the data and it's up to the other parties to deal with it. If anyone ever said, "we will meet their needs" they need to be beaten with a very large stick in the parking lot near the dumpsters until they die.
you define your data format and send it. ALL the insurance companies have staff on hand that would easily make interface logic to get their data in/out.
How to deal with managers....
Step 1 hire a really really big guy 6'5" tall and 3'5" wide at the shoulders. give him a paddle.
Step 2 introduce him to the managers as your enforcer, "he is who you will deal with when you make stupid demands"
Step 3, if the managers forget that, go back to step 2 but say to the big guy, " just dont break any bones, or get too much blood on the carpet.".
All solved. Managers stop acting like middle school brats and will actually start acting like adults.
And that is the problem, Managers like to act like middle school teenage girls, beating them solves this issue.
I will Faraday my compartment ASAP.
Actually perfect point. Who was the project manager? It is their fault. and if they made someone the project manager that has ZERO clue how to build a huge capacity website, then that person is the failure.
Honestly, all the failure lies at the feet of the management involved, if they did not have meetings with the experts asking their advice and listen to them, then the management all needs to be fired on the spot and replace them with competent management that will listen to the experts.
Sadly this step should have been taken 2 years ago when it was obvious that the management was clueless and not following the advice of the experts hired. it should have been in full testing phases 1 year ago with simulation of at least 120,000 visits an hour and designed with a temporary scaleup to 1,000,000 capacity for the first 3 months of operation.
Which of the two states, in general, has a better government isn't really the question. Rather, it's which state in this specific instance specced out a website better.
Comparing non-countries (or city-states) with countries biases the results by comparing poorer, less educated rural areas with better educated cities.
And this is bad exactly why?
If it's true that in the U.S., the rural areas lack education and are less wealthy, when compared with urban areas, then it's a fact studies like this are pointing out. It's not that the results are biased. They just reflect reality. Obviously the U.S. misses a strategy to bring enough education to rural areas and less wealthy people.
This is for the waifs that can barely carry a 15" laptop. You expect them to actually pedal their bikes as well?
And gut the office while he does it. Poured concrete requires coreing and jackhammers to run the conduit and repatch.
The fault lies at the feet of the contractor that did the job, why data conduit was not installed first is his fault and he should be docked money for missing it.
Just have the contractor put a visual barrier around them to satisfy the "that looks icky" people. thin wood box painted the color of the wall it is near or the ceiling color.
Extinction of domestic animals (including humans) IS the goal of the vegan-AR types. Look what they've said about domestic pets:
âoeI donâ(TM)t want to see another cat or dog born.â â" HSUS CEO Wayne Pacelle
âoeMy goal is the abolition of all animal agriculture.â â"HSUS Director of Animal Cruelty Policy John âoeJ.P.â Goodwin
Now, how do you abolish it without extincting it? Cuz you can't just turn all those pigs loose. (If you think you can, look up feral pigs.)