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"...companies 'should be afforded protection from regulatory oversight as well as frivolous lawsuits.'"
This smacks of "tort reform" and "security through obscurity" and we all know how well both of those worked in favor of consumers.
Seems like they'd be the last online marketplace to ever collect US taxes.
Which could be a feature, not a flaw.
When the kickbacks dry up.
Looks like vitriolic parochial media pundits with narrow world-views, fostering nationalistic agendas, are no longer solely a US phenomenon.
Yep, at least on the state level it was codified:
I used the test site set up at https://www.imperialviolet.org... with a X.6.8 rig using both Safari and FF. It passed with flying colors.
Does this mean earlier versions of OS X don't have the bug?
You will pry Classic from my cold dark pixels, after which I will never return.
Sounds too much like gyp.
That said I am in the apparent minority that will not mourn for VAIO.
I found them to be totally polar devices, either loved or hated by their users; there was no middle ground.
Unlike municipal and agricultural use water, water used in fracking has been deemed "unrecoverable" and is routinely re-injected into "disposal wells"; which may themselves be responsible for a plethora of magnitude 2+ earthquakes around our area (Texas).
But this has happened before.
Initially Apple gear can boast this kind of disparity; then, in fairly short order, PC hardware which exceeds Apple specs arrives and sells at a cheaper price point due to economies of scale.
Apple then holds onto the original specs for years (the last Mac Pro being a perfect example), until they are forced to retool. I'll even go out on a limb and predict a five year interim before we see another significant revision.
The revolving door of DC squirts another lobbyist/shill into a position of public power and we're left holding the bag.
But there again, most shee..rrr...Americans will only complain if something keeps them from watching the latest Idol.
But's it's hella effective when done right.
Thank you for sharing this.
I worked in the solid waste industry for a few years and know first hand that a "clean fate" in a landfill is the ultimate oxymoron, particularly landfills in less populated areas.
If I had mod points, you'd be +1 in a heartbeat.
First sentence seems stilted at best.