or "Shit! They bought our last deal with the lawyer office, buy one lawsuit, get three free!!"
No, Joe would be... because he was allowing another person to access your private website and store the information. He is using the private computer, and should know the rules regarding data interception on non-owned devices.
Your argument would be valid if he was on an insecured hotspot and someone was running wireshark and decrypting it from there.
They are stable, I'll give you that, but I wish that I could get through a day without having to reset my terminal a few hundred times because I get stuck in a terminal with "X-Wait" and a locked term.
I'd rather type 4 lines of code to rebook your ticket and resync rather than have to wait for AirportApps or whatever GUI to refresh and do it. Six if you include the "ER, ER" to finish the job.
Now, would I want to do a new PNR in SHARES? absolutely not. but for day to day operations, SHARES isn't bad. If you want to see cruft, try working with Deltamatic. The same thing that takes one command in shares takes 3-4 in Deltamatic.
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Whereas having more money just requires someone to forget to take the money within the time limit - the money then goes back into the machine (not sure if it goes back to the dispenser or a different compartment). Yes this is very rare but does actually happen. People don't take their money for all sorts of reasons.
Not all machines are the "presenter" type. I have a machine which has a spray dispenser. It just spits the bills out into a holder for the user to pick up. If for some reason the bills stick together and make it through all the anti-theft/multiple bill detector measures, I just had an ATM shortage. In a perfect world, the stuck bills should go into the reject bin and the machine tries again with a fresh bill from the cassette, thus preventing any loss.
However, any reliable ATM owner knows that they should use new/ATM quality cash and fan it before entering it into the cassette. That 30 second maneuver virtually eliminates loss.
My 05 Sonata isn't like that. It has the factory alarm... if you use the fob, you must use the fob to disarm, otherwise you will set it off and it will kill the ignition. You have to let it calm down and then pull a couple of fuses to get it to start.
If you can't wait 15 minutes to reach 10k feet, then you have bigger issues. Nobody said you couldn't use your stuff after 10k. So, your argument is invalid.
Second off, It's not just YOUR device that will bring down the plane. A combination of everyone's devices, of varying quality and quantity, in such a small area, that could cause a problem.
Want to fund it? Didn't think so? Here's the deal, there are millions of devices in the world, each a little different. While your iPad may be perfectly fine, iPawd the original authentic chinese knockoff might not.... or Rev A of the board is fine, but Rev B puts out massive interference.
It's simply uneconomical and a huge task to test everything. So, instead, for ten minutes taking off or landing, you can't play angry birds. Perfect solution.
that's why when you know what you buy -- I have never seen ground beef just called "Beef". it's called "73/27, 80/20, 90/10" to make sure people know EXACTLY what they are getting. Plus, nobody here is complaining about a 1-2% difference, the OP is talking about a 20-30% difference
Where they perchance prior Agents for Geek Squad?
Considering Milwaukee took 45 minutes for a guy walking around an apartment complex shooting off a pistol... I completely understand where you're coming from.
Brookfield Spa anyone? You should have seen how quickly they had Brown Deer locked down after they found out where the guy was from.
The difference here is that Weird Al is selling his satirical works. He profits off of them. If Weird Al decided to remake a song and release it as a freebie... I could *possibly* see him not paying and claiming it as a satirical work. I'm sure he'd just pay it anyway as a courtesy and not have to deal with the courts too when he pisses the wrong person off.
I doubt that the baby made any money for the family. There lies the major fundamental difference.
Considering hundreds of thousands of cars make it through an iPASS system in Illinois... the delay wouldn't be so bad.
Let's put it this way, iPass reads the transponder, checks the balance, and then flashes a light notifying you of the result in less than a second. The speed limit through those lanes are normally 15 mph but can get as high as 35 and they still read perfectly. The open road tolling doesn't notify you via light but there are plenty of stations still out there that have the light.
The system has to be designed intelligently.... it can be done!