I knew it was (one of) his parties, or a party in his platform, but I didn't know it meant that. Thanks.
First, I don't think Putin is going to go all over Asia and Europe after this. Second, it's pretty dangerous to try to take away the Crimea from Russia, access to the Mediterranean, and all. Third, a majority does seem to want to go with Russia, unlike in the rest of Ukraine.
Now, we threaten with sanctions, the Russians withdraw after OVSE organizes a referendum, Crimea gets a "special status" in Ukraine, Russia keeps its fleet, no-one loses face.
Sure, give 'm nukes. What could possibly go wrong?
OTOH, why is this on Slashdot? It's only a Ukranian MP with a wacko idea, probably meant to show his supporters that he's the strong man they seek. Wikipedia sums up his party, Udar, as "UDAR tends to avoid sensitive and polarising subjects and focuses instead on popular topics".
Don't call it childish; that's bad discussion form. You put an absolute example, that obviously doesn't hold. Your reply only sounds as if you can't take criticism. Formulate more carefully next time.
And it would have been an excellent time to explain your kids how certain rules can take precedence in exceptional cases. Now you've only taught them that they can just ignore you.
If you kill someone in your house, is that none of anyone's business?
You're omitting the other if: if the translation is good enough.
Aren't you supposed to tell us? You're teaching the course, innit? Or is this some kind of reverse open course, where the pupils are in a class room and the teachers are anyone and his dog on the internet?
If you run Chrome on Linux or OSX under a non-admin account, you run less risks. Or perhaps it's time to start using Firefox or Chromium. Or even fork Chromium.
But for utlimate safety: stay off the net...
Stop using Windows then...
I've got facebook.com and fbcdn.com and friends blocked. It's surprising how many pages link to one of those sites.
Neoteric verbiage doth incrassate.
Yeah. I think Java's server options (Tomcat, or one of the lighter ones) are just more suitable as a run-time environment than nodejs for complex projects. Logging, multi-threading, loading the correct libraries, integration with maven (however unpleasant it can be), remote debugging, it all has been worked out pretty well by now. Nodejs is still years behind, it seems to me.
Then again, nodejs is not a language.
Not in an environment like Tomcat. It will just log the error, and restart the service.
It's fun for a few small applications, but beyond that, it's got to be horrible. I mean: imagine a server dying on the first uncaught exception...