All heart-bleed proves is that C+ is a poor language to be programming security software in.
The slashdot boycott must be working because slashdot is clearly falling apart; +5 Interesting?!!??!?! WTF???, I just wish someone would point me to wherever the slashdot fork is being set up so I don't accidently read another post like this. Anyway:
If you would just google your problem, in a fraction of the time you spent ranting you would already know all of the sharing features you want are available via google drive, and android auto-updates can be turned as a whole or on an app by app basis by going to Play --> right menu -->settings --> Auto Update Apps --> Do Not auto update apps or Play --> left menu --> my apps --> right menu -->unselect auto update app respectively.
In what fucking universe do you exist in where this is a logical rebuttal to "I live in the real world, and my real world landlord doesn't accept BTC"? Right now, I can't buy groceries with BTC. I can't pay for parking with BTC. I can't take a friend out for lunch and pay with BTC. I can't buy a car from a local dealership with BTC, I can't go see a movie in the theatres with BTC.
Futher, while I can't pay for parking, and would have to pre-purchase moieve vouchers to go to the cinema, a few of the local cab companies accept bitcoin, and you can buy concert tix with them.
Moreover, while you might not be able to buy a car from a LOCAL dealer ship (my dealer joked with me about taking bit-coin, but I never found out if they were serious or not), you certianly buy a car with bitcoin.
And as a landlord my self, I'd happly accept bit-coin, or what-ever semi-stable currency you want to give me as long as you pay on time!
For all other transactions you could just used a pre-paid credit card, but proably would get hit with exchange fees.
Healthcare is the cause of our economic problems
Wrong. Almost all economists will agree that it's actually due to the failure to reinstate glass-steagall, which pretty much ensures the same type of fincial crisis can and will repeat it self.
It is time to drop this terrible profit-driven heatlhcare model completely in this country. Fewer people get good care every year, and the people at the top who are in charge of denying care get more rewards every year as a result. The profit motive does not lead to good or accessible care; the rest of the world knows this and it is time the US wakes up to that obvious fact.
Agreed. Except profit motive does sometimes it does lead to exellent (just not accessible) healthcare - ie: Pompei's desease
Ultimately, this terrible system is part of what keeps the US unemployment rate up. Plenty of people who are looking for work would be happy to work part-time - and are capable of living on part-time pay - but cannot take part-time work because they cannot get health care with only part-time work. If health care was guaranteed as a right - as well it ought to be - then these people would be able to work as they wish, rather than as they are required.
This is exactly what Obama care is suppose to adress once it's fully implmented. Thus, healthcare is most certinly not the area in need of most reform.
Incase you are wondering, out fo the choices, I think Law Enforcement is actually the issue. As long as we have an injust system (one that sends peple away on drug charges longer than we do for murder and allows people at the top to steal trillions from the econmy and not serve any jail time) there will be no incentive to play fairly and to find common ground with one anonther.
However, it seems clear to me that it will be difficult to have any effect on the issues that matter most until we get money out of politics / fix the way we do elections. I feel the best hope for this is to follow the path outlined by rootstrikers.org
Do you really think a guy who runs a sports car company would want to see public transit improved?