Pffft. I had one of those when I was a kid.
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Europe is way ahead of the US. Banned since 2006.
Thanks for distilling the thread. Removing iStat Menus fixed the freeze for me. Off to notify the developer....
...I think making a facebook comment is as off-hand as a child saying such a thing at recess....If facebook and so on were not around, I don't really think the kids would have posted their thoughts on fliers on telephone poles near the school. Do you?
Probably not, and expulsion was too harsh. Kids need to be taught that the internet has power beyond their little cliques, and the parents are the ones who should have been taken to task for this.
Children often talk in terms like this about teachers, it's normal.
Except this isn't analogous to talking about a teacher during recess, it's more like posting flyers on telephone poles near the school.
There is an RFC out there (I forget the number off the top of my head) which limits redirects to five. IE6 went above spec and allowed
I wonder what Safari allows. Verizon.com is particularly frustrating in this respect. When browsing my account and, say, trying to pay my phone bill, I often get the "too many redirects" message, so I have to go back to the entry page and try again.
Don't get me started about Verizon's customer service. Or their voice mail. And I'll never buy a Verizon cell phone. Crap, I got myself started. (However, their FiOS service has been outstanding. Go figure.)
Please explain why you used one space between all sentences in your post.
He actually used two spaces. Unfortunately for him, browsers collapse multiple spaces into one. He lacks commitment; a true Double-Spacer would have used two non-breaking spaces.
...we also should insofar as at all possible avoid defining crimes by ultimately unknowable mental states of the aggressors, rather than simply by their actions.
I hear this a lot, but we already have crimes defined by mental state: first-degree and second-degree murder, for example (premeditated and spur-of-the-moment passion, respectively). I suppose hate crimes could be lumped with the former, but they don't always end in the victim's death.
We don't need to fear and change the government, we need to fear and change the power corporations have over us.
I just finished reading Market Forces by Richard K. Morgan and I'm afraid you might be right.
He did his due dilligence, and got no response whatsoever. So nothing illegal happened here.
Due diligence, in this case, would have been to follow standard procedure and turn it in to the bartender.