Yeah it's been a few years since I worked for a casino and had currency handling training, so the details may have shifted around quite a bit.
I'm not sure there's any mandatory reporting on withdrawals,
Yes. Any time you take or drop $10k in cash in a bank or $5k in cash in a casino, there will be a report.
I assume you mean to be humorous, but if not, I'm worried about an 'in-home' laundry 'bot squishing my pets, not an industrial 'bot.
So give the laundry bot thermal vision. It will be better at detecting your pets than you are: it will be able to see them under your laundry.
That's the disappointing thing - when a trusted name gets acquired by shady people, and those shady people milk the name for all it is worth.
I haven't been going to SF nearly as much lately, something just seemed "off" - now I'm glad I almost never go there.
It reminds me of what happened to a fairly popular hosting site for Android development projects, dev-host. d-h used to be a pretty good service, but sometime in the last year, they started replacing downloads with malware/adware.
I agree with the AC however, cygwin is a pain, enough so that I switched to Linux and macs to get real shell support.
If you expect it to play well with AD, prepare to be disappointed. Otherwise, I don't see the problem.
People only get satisfaction out of working for other people because they have been raised with a slave mentality and they forgot how to be themselves. They were bred to be cogs in the machine, bricks in the wall, and most people participate faithfully.
Let people be people.
We need better birth control
That's OK, they will have mouse-hunting robots soon enough. An R/C car is much faster than any mouse, I'm surprised it's not been done already in a warehouse context where there's appropriate terrain. Keep your cat out of the warehouse just like one is meant to keep their children out of the street (so tired of slow children at play signs, keep those little fuckers out of the road and we don't need another ugly sign cluttering up our world) and there won't be a problem.
Just a nit pick. Horse population bottomed out in the late 1950s and has recovered since,
Oh no, very much no. It dropped to another new low in the latest recession. A whole lot of horses went to the knackers in that one. Local trailer store on the 101 put up a sign FREE HORSE WITH TRAILER.
Not at all. It is keeping those folks employed so they aren't knocking over gas stations.
So instead of robbery we have theft and rape, not to mention gross inefficiency? That doesn't seem like a good deal.
Yes, of course (rolls eyes)... I'm sure you would have shut your piehole like everybody else for fear of the consequences.
We're talking about two people in line talking to one another, not a conversation with the security screener. Unless he did complain to the screener, and then someone behind him chimed in, his text wasn't clear. But why would you open your mouth to complain if you're just going to shut it when the opportunity for bravery comes along? Just shut the fuck up in the first place and get on the plane like a good little obedient slave.
It's clear that the majority of elected officials are not there to help us, so it's sad to see you modded down for sharing facts. Your comment should be insightful or informative, not troll. Sadly, there are still those who think that government is there to help them when it's really a bipartisan effort to keep us in our place.
Cygwin is a pain
Oh noes, you have to run setup
and only a complete 'real OS' neck beard would slag Microsoft for this
Only a complete idiot would think that's what's happening here, but I see you didn't log in, so I guess you're ready to be the biggest kind of idiot. We're slagging Microsoft for, as usual, taking over a decade to do the right thing.
Bash auto completion?
Yep, every time a Microsoftie thinks that Windows has something new, I lol.
Now I have one of those flippy-key things like the VW and MB owners have, and saved about $35,000 on the car.
That's on my list of things to do for my Audi. Apparently the system has support for fobs, and I have instructions for coding them, but I don't actually have any fobs. So I have to go through the same process. It's an old car though, so it wasn't expensive either... just leaky.
The mechanics I've talked to say pretty much all the 4.2 liter Audis they've seen have been leaky... story of my life with bored-out versions. The 7.3 Ford is the same way.
What, when the polyfuses on their motherboard flip and they don't get to use their USB ports for a while? I have yet to have smoke come out of anything I brought home except when I deserved it, putting way too much power into some speakers once.