He said: or a man in the middle.
Yes, according to Google, it does detect biker signals.
Either I'm missing something or there was nothing political in there.
Social Security isn't evil but it is certainly 'bad', in principle that it forces me to pay for others' retirement and my own. Other side effects include debt, redistribution of wealth, corruption, and laziness.
Solar panels and wind turbines don't tend to live very long, so increasing the timeline won't really help. Plus, if it was a small timeline, nuclear would look more expensive as it would include all the initial costs (nuclear power the first year is much more expensive than nuclear power subsequent years, until decomissioning).
ashshy (40594) writes "Red Hat CEO Jim Whitehurst likes to post "state of the union" addresses at the end of every year. Last December, he said that open source innovation is going mainstream in 2014. In an interview with The Motley Fool, Whitehurst matches up his expectations against mid-year progress. Spoiler alert: It's mostly good news."
Those "vetting eyeballs" seem to be incompetent if they let through an app sending passwords in plain text. They're probably just making sure you're not making a web browser (without webkit) app or something else Apple doesn't like.
Yes, but it can also get smaller, to be able to squeeze through small spaces. The point is not being able to climb over things, but being able to adapt to the current situation. Depending on the size of the thing it need to climb over and how fine it's movement needs to be, it can adjust the wheel size.
Drug use is not OK for many reasons, just as tobacco use is not okay. It's bad for you health, addictive, expensive, and effectively useless. It also makes people more likely to get hurt by doing stupid things like operating machinery. Concentrations of drug use will have a serious negative impact on the local community by draining it's money (people will be paying for drugs rather than for local services, etc), making the people unhealthy, putting a bad name on the community, repelling people from moving in, and making it a worse place to do any other business, due to the drainage of money.
AngularJS was also created by Google.
It's helpful when your "progressive" government doesn't regulate the industry to the point where it's $20 for a pop-it.
It actually works out. Idiots vote for people like Bloomberg and Bill de Blasio, who make laws that make them seem less idiotic, if you're following. This leads to a place tailored toward that type of person, which leads to an increase of them, which puts your back at step 1. Eventually, you get a nanny state.
We might spend more money on defense than other countries (which happens to be the most important part of our budget, though I'm not saying it's not a tad large), but it helps to look at the budget as a whole. Only 16% of the said budget is spent on defense. Our problem is that the whole pie is too big ($3,900,000,000,000 or $3.9 Trillion).
No, it's not.
The self parameter increases clarity, especially for beginners. Concerning automatic code generation: I don't think python was built for that. Maybe something like Lisp might be better for the job than say, Python or Groovy. So, categories are like monkey patching in Ruby?