Of course he doesn't know what he is talking about, very few who have commented so far appear to know anything about patents. This is nothing new or suprising for slashdot.
Idris Elba actually.
Rubbish. The Jewish view of marriage is pretty much just as a legal contract with some added fluff. There is even exchange of consideration. It would be better the other way round religion should keep its nose out of marriage.
A better choice might be to sue those well known private companies that helped the agencies do this, the enablers so to speak. Make it annoying enough and these companies may think twice about co-operating so freely next time.
They have 4 weeks of cash reserves!
Most immigrants should be ticking "they have a detailed file about me", of course they are freely given the majority of the information by the applicant while they go through the various visa/greencard/naturalization processes so perhaps it isn't quite the same.
Realistically not using the internet and living in a log cabin in the woods may be your only option.
More realistically what you do on the internet isn't that important.
In Soviet Russia pace makes you?
Am I the only one laughing at the thought something from the early 90s is now considered antique?
It should be to serve the country, passing laws for the positive benefit of the people as a whole.
What it ends up being is trying to get re-elected because then those nice people keep dropping off envelopes stuffed with cash.
Actually well run corporate social media often implement an approval process for all tweets replies and other comments to avoid spelling mistakes misinterpretation and ensuring that the right corporate message gets across. I'm sure that a committee sat down here and said "what is the best way to write this?" Rather than let some 20 something quickly write something in the spur of the moment that might be wrong. So yes prewritten is probably a good idea, accidentally pressing send however...
But instead of re-certifying decades old plants with iffy designs how about building new ones with better safety features? Job creation too.
You had strict payment terms in your contract like net30 right?
They are so predictable, the slightest hint of something being difficult they give up and say it can't be done. We'd still be living in caves rubbing two sticks together if it was up to you guys.
So it might be cloudy sometimes. Well maybe there is a way to store electricity when there is a surplus and feed it out again when there is high demand. There are dozens of technologies available to do this from batteries to pumped storage and everything in between (oh yes I know someone will reply to me to say that won't work because conversion losses or whatever so we shouldn't bother).
Also this grid thing might be a good idea, that way if it is sunny in one place but cloudy in another people can share (but oh no it won't completely replace all nuclear coal and gas fired power stations in the whole US so we shouldn't bother).
Do you know how many new houses were built in the last decade housing boom? I don't know either but just consider if even a small PV panel of a couple of square meters was on each one, the cost would be much less through economies of scale and it would make a significant dent in energy demands (but oh no it won't completely replace all nuclear coal and gas fired power stations in the whole US so we shouldn't bother).
And yes most states now have laws that prevent HOAs restricting the use of PV.
You wouldn't happen to have a friend waiting in the wings who owns a company that just so happens to supply such solutions at great cost to government entities would you?