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As awesome as that sounds
Orange you glad Sunkist citrus products have stickers, then?
As it was closing an era in this part of North America in which unpopular political speech was greeted with torture, imprisonment and death, it was understood to apply to political speech being restricted by the politicians.
Of course, at the time. speech in general was a tad more civil - norms and mores more closely observed in public rather than flouted for attention-seeking effect.
The First Amendment says political speech may not be regulated, constrained or punished by the government.
Non-political speech may, hence regulation on commercial speech (advertising, OTA broadcasts, etc)
And proscriptivists are antiquarians?
Out in the boonies, or in a reception-poor building in the 'burbs, SMS can take literal days to get through.
That would be an inconvenience up with which I would prefer not to put.
Now, an app that works like one of those SecureID fobs, so I'm not dependent on the vagaries of wireless reception? That would be pretty cool.
The level of automation required to make that National Security Statist's wet-dream a reality will offer multiple high-value targets to nefarious persons of criminal and warlike intent.
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And how common is an aimable flash as a fraction of the number of cameras being carried by the general public these days? I believe I heard that the iPhone is the top-selling camera, beating sales of the big three (Nikon, Canon, Olympus) summed.
Those heads are perfectly functional
Fit for use, as it were.
"the court" brings nobody. It is up to each side to employ and bring in its own 'experts.'
That's one of the things that makes a defense so expensive. The plaintiff can promise a cut of the take, but the small respondent - so far - has no such resource.
What about a IDE-USB dongle? You may need the power supply - those older notebook drives were a bit much for USB power.
I don't remember how hard it is to get to the HDD, though - that was a while ago.
Because we're willing to admit that government effectiveness is limited, and that compliance is avoidable by simple dodges.
The system budget rule of thumb, back in the rock-on-plastic days was "Spend half your budget on the speakers and the other half on the cartridge (rock)," leaving the third half for everything else.
In the Indianapolis Craigslist there's a pair for $525 (fair price) and another for $425 (a steal).
In the middle of buying a house or I'd pounce.
In my case, a 1960 Bell receiver (all tube, modest output) and a pair of Klipsch Heresy speakers. The speakers are the key - hyperefficient and solid performers. Could add a sub, but probably won't.