This will sound like the "nobody cares about Jews" joke, but how does leftist fit in there? Desire for increased social equality seems Christian to me.
If you've upgraded in the last ten years you very likely have a 64-bit CPU. Athlon 64 machines probably can be had for free. From a quick search it also seems that Windows license allows you to choose either 32 or 64 bit version. I realise 64-bit computing wouldn't benefit your parents, but it doesn't require you to hop on an upgrade treadmill.
Considering that half of the world's population has to live on a mere few dollars per day, you're right most people can't afford the bandwidth.
I'd like to hear from someone who knows their stuff better than I do. Is this sanians_imaginary_ptr feasible in C and how would it technically work? Without sacrificing optimisations C allows, low-level access and things like that.
There's no reason to think he killed anybody. That's also why you or I aren't involved in a murder investigation right now. The police can't know for sure we didn't kill anyone. That doesn't mean they don't care. You think what he wrote is a reason to think he killed somebody; I don't.
I think it's perfectly reasonable to assume the student hasn't actually killed anyone or anything. If the student later is involved in an investigation as a potential suspect, then you can bring something like this up.
I agree on teaching students how to deal with the police, ie. not to say anything. The situation was probably quite scary to the kid, so I do understand his behavior although I don't condone it.
Why change the data and join a group if the profile just gets deleted afterwards? I'm not sure if you're kidding or not
Besides, wouldn't this also require that all actions work through GET requests instead of POSTs?
We probably visit wildly different kinds of web pages, as I can't remember when I last had any trouble because of Ablock+. Some pages have notices asking you to whitelist, but the main content isn't hidden.
FWIW, I subscribe to EasyList, EasyPrivacy, Fanboy's Social Blocking List and Adblock Warning Removal List.
Hearing other viewpoints I consider very valuable. Sharing my view with others on the other hand seems quite pointless. It can feel good to have someone across the world agree with me, but that's about it. Of course it's good that not everyone thinks like I do, because there wouldn't be much to read or listen in that case.
As it happens, I generally listen and read a lot more than I speak or write.
It's likely that security isn't the OP's main concern. It rarely is.
There are no maturity requirements to run a company.
I'm not as optimistic as you are about his predictions. Just about every company seems to use Facebook nowadays, brick-and-mortar shops have images of Facebook's Like button on their windows, and plenty of job postings include Facebook links. Smaller companies don't even have their own web pages, they just use Facebook. I also wouldn't be sure that everybody even knows Facebook's internal messaging systems and e-mail are completely different animals. Messenger and ICQ were tiny compared to Facebook today. I don't use it myself, and don't want to sign up in order to apply for a job, but I'm afraid it's not implausible.
I disagree; if all ads were as small and inconspicuous as these are, I would even consider getting rid of Adblock altogether to support the content providers. I prefer these instead of banners, even if the links do break up the flow somewhat.
This is a US-centric website, so the answer is yes.
I don't see how the parent post is any proof that the poster is working for any government, party or similar political group. Bashing the US is fun for many trolls, and people don't generally need compensation to do something they have fun doing.
Aren't they already trivially bypassable with money?