It's probably not which is why I'd never use it. It's proven that's where the government hides it's backdoors.
You could if you were a cromag, but then you'd probably just eat them for dinner.
My great grand-dad did and there was a person sitting in the airplane. If I remember right he just had to pay a fine.
I learned at a young age half of your job is just making sure people like you and trust you. I'm not saying lie to them or be deceitful, but have a good personality will take you pretty far. If you have a good personality and skills the sky is the limit.
Someone who has never been in that position won't understand.
Depends where you are. There are many parts of the country that it would.
I dunno why he's getting down modded. I'd rather be told click on the coke ad than type something I can hardly read. Then again I have trouble seeing so I might not represent the majority.
It's not I'm searching for a bondsman. It's more of I search for a name and oh look an ad. I need one of those *click*.
If these keywords weren't generating revenue for the ad buyers they wouldn't bid on them. It's really that simple. Those names make money for marketers with those ads.
A private police force wouldn't consist of rent-a-cops. They'd consist of people trained just as well as the police are currently.
In a senario like that the wealthy would be safe, because they could afford a private police force. They middle class neighborhoods would be safe, because they as a whole (neighborhoods setup with stuff like HOAs) could afford a private police force. Poor neighborhoods would be more than likely ran by some sort of gang (a lot are even now).
I don't think you read what he posted correctly. He was happy when he had them then they stole them from him. It's like me selling you a car then deciding I want the car back. So I go to your house take it from your driveway and keep your money.
An "oh machine" has already been created. I don't think we really want that super smart though.