I think you are talking about "TankMan", my personal hero. I never want to know whom he is, but I would like to know that he is alive, well and still fighting for his beliefs.
I happen to agree. The most important issue here is that now someone has pointed a bulls-eye on this poor old man ( founder or not ). This person never sought to be public and now has to deal with the public. He's like a lottery winner but in this case worst, he might not be "that guy"
At the end, he's been placed in a very uncomfortable position, and at risk. Unacceptable risk.
I really look unhappily to the tragic ending of this, being know as the guy with 400 million dollars in bit coins, and it's possible to be untraceable. he is going to get kidnapped or something just as bad.
This man will become the catalysis for privacy.
and maybe the news reporter will be a criminal for her actions.
Iran had contract to sell oil to Japan back in the 90's that were priced in Yen. They also trade in Euro's. With that said, Most if not all oil is traded based on benchmarks priced in USD ($)
while there is not expectation of privacy in a bar, I would think that some sort of privacy does exist when you enter a bar. I would like to think that management does care about my privacy. If someone is drowning their sorrows, their should be no one is around filming it and posting it on you-tube.
soon we will see signs posting that say something like " no filming, and no recording devices ".
imagine if the founding fathers of the USA had to deal with recorded evidence against the British, planning the revolution. might just not have happened.
here is the youtube link https://www.youtube.com/watch?...
Just want to say thank you
you just might be right. if you read carefully about the server loads you will note that they prevented certain sides from entering into the system because of overload. interesting that EVE might have chosen a side.
I did not really think to much about privacy until this update.
Now I am slowly deleting and detoxing from facebook
while I did not give a hoot before, now I can only wonder why I did not do this sooner.
Yes you are correct, 1 Texas t-bone stake before grilling is at lease 1 kilo maybe even more. Sorry should have clarified.
1 Texas t-bone steak had a height ( thickness ) of about a 3 fingers
while the ones I'm grilling are about 1 finger
While what your saying is correct, I think it's more for the ability to handle weight.
while the platform is about 42MT ( 96,000 lbs in case someone needs that )
the original machine gun turret has a low weight of about 80MT ( the Yamato's were in excess of 2200MT )
so I'm thinking it's for that ability.
also in the US, but I am shocked at your lack knowledge. a kilo is about 2.2 lbs ( you did it opposite ). talking about in the terms what a kilo feels like
a bottle of wine feels less than a pound but not near a kilo, a bottle of champagne feels closer to kilo....
While it's not a very big issue, it's a start... and all good things start with simple steps
given it's been going on for a while, now the ball is rolling and the public is learning
it's up to someone smarter than me to figure out how to get these little back doors
more into the public eye.
if you live in Broward County Florida, then you are lucky. The tax people fought like crazy to let short sales and Foreclosures be qualified sales, letting the overall trend of taxable value drop in the county.
Disclosure : I am a realtor
I find this all rather amusing, values of homes and rental pricing is all based on supply and demand. it's a commodity. When a community has restrictive standards on building new residences, the values will increase. Same thing happens when new jobs come in from another location, buying/rental demand. Properties on the beach ( where I service ) have doubled in rental rates ( 5 years ago you could have rented an updated waterfront 2 bedroom for 2K, now the same place is asking 5K or you could get a non-updated for 3800 ).
the protestors should be happy about the private bus service and I'll explain why. the private bus service reduces public service pressure points and creates more of an even demand. For example : a map of NJ or NYC with bus service overlays and train stops will show that rental rates are rather higher when you have a walking distance of less than 13 minutes to the pick-up location. the effect of the private services has created a more rounded demand. Kill off those services and you'll see massive increase within walking distance to bus/train stops.
as the people that can not find the housing due to income:
Easy solution is to provide incentive for affordable housing to contractors. In NYC builders have consistently found ways to work within the rules and create more housing with solutions for the poor or low income earners, sometimes it's not so nice, like the poor door, but, it's still there as an option. Poor door is the new thing where a builder builds condo building with 2 sets of entrances, one for the qualified buyer (400K and above income family ) which is 70% of the building and most likely the higher floors, then a separate entrance 20 feet away on the same side of the building for the low income qualified buyer ( 50K or less income family ). also the monthly cost are income adjusted to assist the poor to cover the maintenance. the lower income units are also restricted in selling since it's not based on fair market value, just on income.
Also, most people don't want to make the sacrifice to live in a shitty area, so they are going to look to live where it's safe. I hear people complain about a certain area being dangerous ( I grew up in a very bad area so I know real bad areas, and believe me these areas that people look, at all you need at the most is a pet pocket dog to be safe) and i tell them the truth, you can pay more and get what you want, or live in this area and get what you want at a cheaper price...
the best part is that I report the market numbers on a consistent basis to my area, owners are happy when they see there zone increase in value and get really upset when the values go down ( that just recently happened in an area where there is over 500 properties that can be rented ). when the market goes down, owners start making sure that police are called, the clean up the area and complain to the city ( that's what you pay taxes for, for city services to improve the quality of lifestyle ).
Sorry, but that plot line is rather old. Analog magazine in the 80's. IIRC the story line is about how business fight but using non-lethal weapons, so I knife stab would cause your armor to slow down, a bullet shot would stop you
fun reading as i remember