The best we could manage was to suck on a piece of damp cloth
He said it on accident.
>I guess there must be some magic key that controls the press when you get elected to the highest office to serve the people.
Yes, I think it is the fact that you are elected to the highest office to serve the people, don't you?
'When referred to as "scare quotes", the quotation marks are suggested to imply skepticism or disagreement with the quoted terminology.'
I was curious about the answer, so I did what you should have done instead of just posting the obvious link and followed your link and posted the answer.
... and if we had voted out all the incumbents, you believe that the FISA legislation would have magically disappeared?
Bit of a damp squid, eh?
There, there - They're there.
> This is as beautiful an example of idiotic, worthless, counterproductive security theater as we've seen.
On the contrary, this kind of episode will easily increase the acceptance of automated license-plate scanning by the general population, if only because it *could* stop the need for these kinds of messages.
> Why can't there be a captcha showing a picture and three buttons with possible answers?
Well, ~33 per cent will be correct due to chance, which isn't a very good success rate considering there may be BILLIONS of bot-members posting spam.
So, a picture and 10,000 possible answers? Might be considered clumsy.
I'm sorry you didn't like the book, but if you did, you might see that the enjoying the film pretty much requires you to like the book.
> 9) consider quotes from dead famous people as gospel if they support our agenda.
That *is* the definition of 'gospel', surely?
> They play with English a bit.
Mount Everest is a bit of a hill, too, I suppose?
He only said it on accident.