> Wingnut fake-outrage fatigue
Now *that's* a good name for a rock band.
No, but it comes up at every job interview because when I left England in 1983, DEC was giving me 22 days of paid vacation per year.
In the US, DEC would only give me 10 days, increasing after so many years.
I just started a new job in November, and guess how much vacation I get, after being employed continually since 1978? 10 days.
So, yes, vacation is an issue, and I refuse to just abandon it, either when starting a new job, or while working in the same job.
The best I can manage is to suck on a piece of damp cloth.
There is a reason we don't call them kings.
Yes. They *have* got shit all over them.
How do you open a terminal window "here" on a mac?
I'd hardly consider a device that requires use of a $300+ smartphone to be "cheap," and definitely not free.
If only you could DIY that bit, too, eh?
I expect to get topic subject-lines that incorrectly state 'Public WiFi Hotspots' when the article is clearly about 'Comcast Subscriber-only WiFi Hotspots'.
I am surprised that the topic subject line was updated so quickly, frankly, when I pointed it out.
Too bad I didn't mention the other error...
It's an a Comcast account setting, not a setting in the router.
As long as you still get the speed you are paying for...
Three big "ifs" there: if you get the speed you are paying for, if done correctly, (if) you have multiple(?) ways to opt out.
Maybe just 'hang up and edit', then?
Can you please hire an editor who can edit?
Actually, isn't it just the title that is getting it wrong?
" This is quite disappointing given the consensus by the public, Congress, the President, and two independent review groups that ending bulk collection is necessary."
Is there any evidence supporting your assertion, apart from the summary?
What a maroon.
Every cloud has a silver lining; you should have sold it, and bought titanium.