Just played the WebGL version in Chrome. Works fine, looks great. I don't know what you're doing wrong, but it's probably your fault.
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... hm... my next home purchase might just have to have a conditional clause that if I can't get broadband, the deal is off...
You know, like how you can back out once you get an appraisal and learn that there are termites.
Good thing I don't use Uber, then!
and Cisco gives it "a low 'harassment' severity rating."?
Honestly, how many companies give their SIP phones externally routable IP addresses, and how many give them private 10.0.0.0/8 or 172.16.0.0/12 addresses?
Meanwhile, the advice is not to have the phones on internet-facing connections.
That's just good practice to begin with...
Knowing the anti-authoritarian bent of many on
This is attempted murder by cop.
You have a seriously flawed interpretation of "attempted murder".
our cops can't trace the swatters?
Maybe our government isn't the omniscient panopticon that Snowden fetishists think it is...
The report does note that the public at large is unlikely to receive any particularly dangerous exposure... this is more just for the workers, which to be fair, should be limiting their exposure to it in the first place. It's well known that it can cause health effects if mixed without any respirator coveralls etc..
Just because it requires a respirator and "clean suit" to spray it and mix it, doesn't mean that it's dangerous to the consumer... it just means that those people are the most likely to experience chronic meaningful exposure.
Silly! How would that channel extra funds to NIST?
Because NIST developed the "Common view time transfer using the GPS system"...
Because NIST has a finger in everything having to do with measurement?
Clearly, you'll never be a politician, son!
You're 39/40 and still say "tthhhhpppptttt"?
I vividly recall both Three Mile Island
You were 3...
Untill 1 minute ago, I had never heard of the 'china syndrome' either.
Because you're a wet behind the ears punk who can't find his arse with both hands and a flashlight. Now GOML while I go drink some Metamucil!!
"Even by my standards that's obscure."
Nah. He's old enough to remember the movie.
Fears of a "China Syndrome" were quite high in the 1970s. Of course, if you were born in the 1980s (heck, even in the mid- to late- 1970s) then it probably is obscure!
No GOML you whippersnapper!
Except that people don't actually interpret the sentences that way.
You're bringing logic to a syntax fight...
If it is intended to actually double negate, then emphasis is used, "I said, I don't have NO books." This lifts the word up for consideration of special usage. And it is used this way in users of both positive and negative Negative Agreement... "I don't have any books. I don't have NO books." "I don't have no books. I don't have NO books."
Otherwise, all negative words in a clause are just glomped all together. Which is why "I don't think, that he didn't do it." tends to still double negate, even without emphasis... Even people who use negative Negative Agreement, would likely say "I don't think he did it."