The problem is when navigating the programming environment itself and the Byzantine bureaucracy itself are more important than actually getting stuff done and eats up 98% of your time and energy. Work in a big shop and you will understand the complexity of changing just "one item" can take weeks, including half panicked conferences with one or so of the few insane junior executives and TPS reporting systems galore. The joke of creating the 15th revision of the development plan that include red and straight lines originally and now changed to blue circles that must act like red straight lines is painfully real in those environments.
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New Boss: CLOSE, D*mm*t, CLOSE you lazy b*tts!!!
The Salesmen: The leads are weak.
New Boss: I can get closes off your leads, but here is a list of my leads. You don't get my leads because you can't close ANY leads!! I will keep the top two of you guys and the rest of you will pound pavement in a week!
The Salesmen: (Whispers: We got to get those leads and sell them for top dollar).
Maybe I am not seeing this happen and you do is that you would think the police would have to prove the likelihood that the evidence obtained by search was legal. Often I see that the Defense Attorney must prove to the court that the search was illegal when the Police Officer makes his statement and show that he has some paperwork saying so. That makes the evidence gained by legally gray searches by default "legal" and it cannot be dismissed. It is not right but that is what happens.
I'm having a math and physics problem: math and physics is getting in the way of the plot in Mars, Ho!
I originally thought it would be a six month trip, but math got in the way since they were getting gravity from propulsion. So I shortened it to a two month trip, and to do that I had to have Earth and Mars on opposite sides of the sun -- but orbital mechanics makes waiting shorten the time.
X.pose's striking black webbed rubber structure was engineered using a Stratasys printer, molded to the body to ensure comfort and very much inspired by creator Xuedi Chen's previous work, Invasive Growth (moss-grown jewelry based on the parasitic cordyceps fungus). But underneath, its layers tell another story about our lack of control and veritable vulnerability when it comes to who uses our data, what for, and how much they take.
"I wanted to quantify the data exposure physically because that's what people can see," Chen told Wired.co.uk. "Discussions about privacy concerns have been around for ages, but only when it's in your face do people really get a reaction."
"The transparency is dependent upon the location of the wearer. If I'm in a certain neighborhood, the corresponding patch of film will be very active as it fluctuates between opaque and transparent very quickly. The film does cover the whole piece and has some memory. So as you move throughout the day, it shows off a trail of your past locations. Most recent location is most transparent and fades over time back to opaque.""
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Oh wait, this is not how any of this works! I can save more in half the time.
"You are never too old, too wacky, too wild
to pick up a book and read to a child" - Dr. Seuss
This ruling addresses the faults, as seen by the Judge Rolf Treu, of how these specific tenure laws are written and implemented. If other tenure laws allow firing of tenured teachers for proven just cause and tenure selection was given for those teachers with long proven positive track records, over 5 to 10 years, then the decision could have easily gone the other way. To imply that all existing Public School teacher tenure is at an end is an extrapolation nearly to the point of nonsense because tenure laws can be changed to address the faults found by Judge Treu in the existing laws.
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1. Never actively sabotage your employer's equipment in the event that you are let go.
2. Never talk to the police or court without a lawyer. Even an incompetent lawyer is better than representing solely yourself.
At this point much of the US could polderize their land like the Dutch have but other countries don't have those resources. Most of Bangladesh's population would be gone, through increased deaths by starvation and migration into India, if a 12 ft increase in sea level happens, no matter how slow the pace. Most island nations would be gone or significantly reduced in land area in that scenario. Even China would have problems with the swelling of the Yellow River flooding farms and villages. People can move but if you flood farms you lose food. It would be more of an economic disaster than a survival problem since such flooding will create tens of millions of refugees being a charge on the remaining economic system.