Whenever a controversial law is proposed, and its supporters, when confronted with an egregious abuse it would permit, use a phrase along the lines of 'Perhaps in theory, but the law would never be applied in that way' - they're LYING. They intend to use the law that way as early and as often as possible.
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7. Oh, and YOU buy the beer.
Oh dear god. Dolphin lawyers?!?!?
or you could just have an opening that explains the context and meaning of the word nigger in the time and place the book takes place in. You could boldly confront the issues of slavery and racisim and teach children something important about their history and the history of the human race...
Or the teacher could, you know, teach that to the class.
Hey, in the end, we're all dead.
I used to recommend them to residential users. I will not ever again.
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A lot of people need to learn the phrase : "Common sense is not so common".
These day it could be considered a super power.
Personally, I'm all for people not breaking just laws. Unjust laws, well, knock yourself out.
So, what the hell was she doing on (the shoulder of) the highway then?
Indeed. Why was she on a highway to begin with? Every on-ramp I go on has signs saying "No pedestrians or bicycles", and have for at least the last 15 years.
There's precedent. Oklahoma's the land of Tuttle, after all.
I'm always wrong. Just ask the wife...
You hope in any future endeavor like this, if it hasn't been done already, that each batch of data it sends would start with some sort of test/reference data that they could compare against.
...We really need a better option for places where walking doesn't work for whatever reason.
Walking? The school systems here bus kids to the school that's ONE BLOCK away. And they stop at every single driveway on a block where a kid lives.
Because... you know... "Why don't you have a seat over there..."
Sorry, but the submitter got at wrong. A secret URL is essentially a password - so attempting lots of funny URLs can be like trying lots of ssh logins. The problem here is that it was a weak password, not that they used a secret URL...
Do you work for the Tuttle, OK government?