You should be very skeptical of any claim of someone having to take "evasive measures". We have seen time and time again government workers make stuff up which later proved to be false when the defendant produces video.
Never Underestimate the drive of any government agency to expand its sphere of influence and control. Whether its the FAA wanting to control a park full of kids and their radio control toys or the IRS making up laws out of whole cloth, they never miss an opportunity to take more control.
The ringing is your brains signalling your taste center has never grown in, as you grow older but not wiser the ringing will increase trying to signal you to develop some taste and individuality.
Have you no shame whatsoever?
Someone who has more time then me should do a matchup between those sicko's who think a fully clothed woman has no expectation of privacy in public with those who think a security camera is 1984 and see whether there are matches.
For me I learned today that Slashdot has a lot of creeps.
Depends on your county
We had 'em in Los Angeles Co., and also here in Montana. Here it comes thru about every two months.
Which I think sounds like a really good idea, either way you do it.
And if it just hoists the whole to a VM, no need for config dumpster diving for individual programs that may not play nice with Wine.
Or, why running Win9x is pretty durn safe. Malware that expects XP-or-later networking just gets confused.
Did you REALLY just cite Venezuela as some kind of utopia brought about by gun laws?
That's a special kind of stupid you got going there.
One would think so, but no. When I came across that book I was trying to learn about such things and I'd think that would have remembered it if he had.
In this context, wouldn't eight frelling dollars be more appropriate?
Perhaps related: there recently was a study on one symptom of aging in dogs, namely "old dog head" where they get this sunken-in-head look due to losing muscle over the skull (above the eyes).
Turns out this has nothing to do with being an old dog, and everything to do with protein deficiency -- and that old dogs need more protein than before. Feed 'em enough protein, and they'll keep their youthful muscling, and don't get "old dog skull" at all.