With pull quotes like this: "You know we have good health benefits, and we're government, right? So we have a huge scope of insurance to choose from," he says.
You just know they, NPR, are full of it. If I had to guess, the NSA is flooded with qualified candidates.
The Spartans are too polarizing, so with a simple play on words they can use the more PC Spartacus. IE made you a slave to Windows but Spartacus frees you, or some such BS.
So you post a link to a pseudo legit article and then add a moronic commit about mythical "southerners" that certainly isn't mentioned in your linked article. You are a bigot!
Let's not give her another 15 minutes...
The last time I heard of a gun with an obfuscated serial number it involved a cop "throw down". Really, it's pretty rare when somebody buys a gun legally and then removes the serial number before committing a crime. It's so much easier to just buy a stolen gun.
The formula is fact, it's part to math/reality not the ancient who's best remembered for it.
I'm glad to see that Mr. Mann did not use the pejorative term "denier" even though the
I not sure, but I think my relatives from 7,000 years ago wouldn't be invited to dinner (if they could somehow be alive), just what would we have in common? If you're going to brag about your ancestors you should probably at least have met them.
Having people working remotely by themselves is not (currently) a great model. Software is produced by teams not individuals and teams really need to collaborate to be effective and the easier it is to collaborate the better the results. I'm sure you all read the recent report about open space offices? Until that trend ends you can expect that remote/cubed workers are not going to be in vogue.
I do think that robotic avatars will eventually solve this problem, so if I was the Indian, Russian or whatever government I'd get cracking on this.