Maybe the law firm will by some people some beers eh.
That article is total lies. Everyone knows the guy owning the legitimate copy of Windows in China was just visiting.
It is only half for now. Someone will need to start a sight with designs on how to make sex toys to get the other half on board.
What makes you think they don't? A hand full of Tea Party loyalists get together to target the Tea Party for the political gain isn't completely out of the question. Is it?
There is a Catholic joke in here somewhere.
LOL. You got Troll Mod'd by t-bagerz gangland style.
Religious organizations do not pay taxes. They can not be the target of the IRS. However, in this case the political organizations are so commingled with religious organizations I am surprised they are not always targeted by the IRS.
It depends on the players you are looking for. Are you looking for those skilled at degrading ad hominem attacks or reasonable intellectual debate? If the first, I am available. If the second, please look elsewhere.
You are assuming media will still be available in those forms. If a way is found to individualize files and rape customers for personal information at the same time, I seriously doubt that type of media will be around for long.
The are just now allowing integrated proms in Georgia. Florida is still a state away.
As a U.S born trailer park raised American I can honestly conjecture the Vikings will burn him at the stake. If only conjecture was truth.
Let me get this strait. You want to black mail a country with a multi-trillion dollar GDP that has no qualms about killing people with drones? Let me know how that works out for you.
It needs another shithead that thinks the net should be unregulated except for free services that block unwanted content?
zen.spamhaus.org replaces sbl-xbl.spamhaus.org in most configurations. If you are currently using sbl-xbl.spamhaus.org you should replace sbl-xbl.spamhaus.org with zen.spamhaus.org.
I ditched warner bro's cable because they assumed all my UDP traffic was P2P. The went from shaping UDP to flat out blocking it. I wouldn't doubt they have hope other ISPs would follow. Anything legitimizing P2P would mean they couldn't block UDP based on assumption. Well. Considering how clue free their networking engineers seem to be, that might not be true.