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It doesn't use Mame as I'm collecting money, but does use SDL. Fully functional and good to go. Used parts from Sparkfun mainly.
Krebs has been prominent in the takedown of several cyber-criminal groups in the past, and has been subject to retaliation. I guess this time he poked the wrong bear."
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While Lookout claims to have a fix, this submitter found it was possible to bypass that fix easily as well.
This looks especially bad since these devices are part of Samsung's SAFE program."
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The day after the mall shooting in Oregon, he sent out a general e-mail saying how he prevented the UN from grabbing control of the Internet.
We've already spent the money, the debit ceiling just is a debate on if we pay it back. No wonder the credit rating was down graded. God this pisses me off so much.
If my father says he wants to die quickly and painlessly, that's his choice. If he wants every possible medical procedure done that might extend his life even a second longer that's his choice as well. I do not, nor should I, have a say in what happens.
A side note, most people don't have basements in a climate that is this wet. Also stairs are difficult to navigate using a powered wheel chair.
There is no logically good reason someone healthy and happy would commit suicide. I do wish someone had taken responsibility for my friend before he jumped in front of a train. And no that isn't the responsibility of the state government. It is the responsibility of every citizen.
While I won't say I know how you feel, I will say I've been that family member who caught themselves sighing. It is a terrible thing on both sides. I don't believe my father has brought this up, nor has his doctors. We live in Oregon so this is an option for him if he wants it. He's already signed an advanced directive and let me and my mother know his wishes as to care. (Car accident for example.)
Does the possibility for abuse exist? Yes. It is limited in every way imaginable, but it still might happen. Similarly an advanced directive can be open to such abuse. That said, I much prefer these to be rights people can exercise at their discretion.
Either you're an evil, sadistic human or stupid. Take your pick.
I take offense to the start of the summary. It is called death with dignity for a reason. There are people out there with very terrible diseases they didn't ask for. For example ALS that robs the victim of the use of their muscles. Over time the diaphragm goes out, and if pneumonia doesn't get the poor soul they eventual die from lack of oxygen, much like drowning. The sick and twisted part is while the person can feel the pain they can't even express their discomfort. My father has ALS. I may have it some day. I live in Oregon and I'm proud that this law gives me and my father a chance to end things on our own terms without saddling our loved ones with even more medical bills.
To this point my father hasn't asked for this; however, when the time comes he can. There's no reason we shouldn't allow that. It is far less dangerous than eating a bullet and gives family time to prepare. Fuck the submitter. It is about dignity.