So the extra exclamation points didnt help to explain it then ?
What you need is a digital signature instead.
And make sure its signed by a large well known company that works at the government level. Then you are really safe !!!
If you have nothing to fear you should try and avoid being searched, it just a waste of police resources.
Stolen is never the right term to use in conjuction with intellectual property, stolen implies the item in question is transitive.
Licence or contract violation are the words your probably looking for.
Best slashdot quote in ages:
" France, consistent with its traditions, surrendered before the war began." --superwiz
Dolla dolla bill yo!
If you really think you are so important the US government wants to off you, in whatever sense, then stand up like a man and take it.
At the NSA they KNOW a bigger haystack is a better haystack, so why not extend that idea to a programming language.
By understanding all the languages you get the strengths of all the languages and none of the weaknesses, programmers can just ignore the weaknesses then they arent there,
Why should programmers have to put up with those pesky syntax errors when you can just make the language accept any (stupid) command.
Forward to the future !
The value of open source is that end users can choose to take repsonsibility of the software for themselves, or get someone else to do it for them.
A lot of moneypeople expected volunteers to do all the work and were not willing to accept any responsibility themselves. You would think they would learn from their mistake wouldnt you.
You dont have to trust Uncle Sam, you have to (trust/dont trust) the source code.
No its exactly like that. Farenheit 451, basically. The parties are flipping a coin to decide who will be in power next, and their mindless supporters follow along. Ever see those scenes of the Middle East where they hold up giant pictures of "their guy"? Same deal here....
"I voted last election, same as everyone, and I laid it on the line for President Noble. I think he's one of the nicest-looking men who ever became president."
"Oh, but the man they ran against him!"
"He wasn't much, was he? Kind of small and homely and he didn't shave too close or comb his hair very well."
"What possessed the ‘Outs’ to run him? You just don't go running a little short man like that against a tall man. Besides, he mumbled. Half the time I couldn't hear a word he said. And the words I did hear I didn't understand!"
"Fat, too, and didn't dress to hide it. No wonder the landslide was for Winston Noble. Even their names helped. Compare Winston Noble to Hubert Hoag for ten seconds and you can almost figure the results."
the government that you're so disappointed with campaigned on and was democratically elected on exactly this platform. They left not one shred of doubt about what they would do with the carbon tax when elected.
What they said they would do bears little resemblence to what they have tried to do.
Elections are fought on many topics, its naive to think the winning party has popular support for every policy they took to the election.
The Government did not win a majority in the senate, the people chose not to give them a mandate.
The people of Australia have no interest in adopting your energy poverty agenda
A recent essentila poll showed that 38% of people think Australia (and others) shoudl oppose a price on carbon, 39 opposed the idea, others dont know.
Never mind, revenge is a sweet dish in politics, one term Tony is going to lead his party to a historic defeat that his party might never recover from.
I wonder if the pilot didn't get the memo about that region and used an old flight path? It certainly looks like the FA track deviates to avoid that region on the previous flights....
His car is 12 years old, yours is 5. If you replace yours at twice the interval that he does, your net carbon footprint will be significantly larger. His car get a tank every month and a half, so 8 tanks a year. At 32 mpg, ~16 gal/tank (18.5 max, per http://www.edmunds.com/bmw/5-s...) he drives ~5000 miles/year. You drive 20,000 miles/year. So your fuel consumption is twice his per year, even if you get double the mieage. So not only is your car newer which implies you generate tons more carbon buying new cars, but you burn twice as much fuel as he does per year.
And if you upgrade to that newer model, you will put tons more carbon into the atmosphere, before you ever drive it.
Your best bet is a recycled (ie. used) Honda CRX HF, which gets the same fuel mileage as your Basic Marin Wheels but has already had its carbon burned.
This would tie in well with the study that people who worry about carbon climate change are the ones who do the least to prevent it....
Na, it will all be needed to make big domes to protect the cities.