Yes, maybe, no, and comics.
Yes, maybe, no, and comics.
Do a little searching of the news. You should find references that there are at least 850 registered voters over 150 in New York City.
You mean like this?
s vote fraud common in American politics? Not according to United States District Judge Lynn Adelman, who examined the evidence from Wisconsin and ruled in late April that “virtually no voter impersonation occurs” in the state and that “no evidence suggests that voter-impersonation fraud will become a problem at any time in the foreseeable future.”
The Brennan Center’s ongoing examination of voter fraud claims reveal that voter fraud is very rare, voter impersonation is nearly non-existent, and much of the problems associated with alleged fraud in elections relates to unintentional mistakes by voters or election administrators.
Investigators tell the paper they don't consider the discrepancy fraudulent; the number of votes attributed to deceased voters is too small and their votes are spread out over more than two dozen elections.
County elections commissioner Bill Biamonte said simple clerical errors make it seem as if the dead are voting. For example, a person voting could accidentally sign their name next to a dead person's name rather than their own in a poll registry book.
In several pages' worth of "ny voter fraud" results on Google, the only ones describing anything like what you describe were shamelessly partisan articles on sites regularly described as "right wing echo chambers" (e.g. Fox News, NY Post, Breitbart, National Review, redstate.com, etc.).
Being salaried, but worked so many hours that you effectively make less than minimum wage, is exploitation pure and simple.
I thought it was called "graduate school"...
Newer versions of GNOME (3.8 and after?) rely on a DBus API of systemd's logind component, for reasons I've never seen adequately explained.
The talk of forcing all cgroup interactions to go through systemd would in effect make anything that interacts with cgroups or cpusets such as hwloc, TORQUE, and SLURM rely on systemd. I can't imagine that the developers of hwloc, TORQUE, and SLURM are especially happy about that.
By what strange theory does Slackware support systemd? And how is the conversation being "held back"? At least on LQ, I think it's been discussed to death to the point where there's really nothing new to say about it.
I can say one thing for certain: you do not know that anything concerning systemd in Slackware is likely or not. Hell, *I* don't.
That is not possible, but I think that a quick reboot once a month isn't too much to ask.
Well, that makes one of us.
...when will this result in a 100W Marshall head on a chip?
(Why yes, I am a guitar player! Thanks for asking.)
Yeah, and don't forget that "loud pipes save lives" around typical inattentive drivers. This thing is silent but deadly.
More pseudoscience. They say that they're not sure whether this means that porn shrinks your brain, or if the shrunken brain causes porn viewing. But, this leaves out the very real possibility that this correlation means nothing whatsoever. The site below collects correlations that look pretty convincing in the graphs, but quite obviously are unlikely to be cases of causation in either direction:
...you don't get to call yourself a "software engineer" or talk about others' software engineering practices.
It could be cleverly disguised as a bit of MD5 but is actually something encrypted with a 33 character one time pad.
This technique works best when combined with cold fusion. Also, don't forget about step 3.
They may not even need any fine print. Accepting compensation can affect your right to seek damages later.
No, it only means the normal people have invaded our territory. GET OFF MY (unix-y) LAWN..
Thirded. Conman & powerman rock.
Old programmers never die, they just branch to a new address.