It's the same issue.
It's the same issue.
How is your statement related to the price of tea in China?
if someone broke into your house and swiped your car keys, then sent them along with an empty whiskey bottle to the cops, accusing you of DUI
How can I DUI? I don't have my car keys.
Why don't all of the like-minded Slashdotters gather their friends, everyone pitch in a few bucks, and collectively buy off a congressman or a senator?
It works for everyone else...
I thought it was Kurt Russell.
there was this site that compared Bing/Google/Yahoo and had you pick your favorite and then told you what it was, don't know the URL at the time
A point, followed by a counterpoint, followed by a rebuttal, countered by a request for citations, and actual citations given.
You, sir, have won Slashdot. Congratulations.
Why should things be any different? As I recall it, the standard excuse for the last 8 years was, "It's Clinton's fault."
I decided to read a couple of articles about the situation after reading the parent post. That's led me to believe that IT admins everywhere should be supporting this guy wholeheartedly. When you get down to the point of it, this is a guy getting shafted as a result of sticking to the documented policy.
I realize that it's a long-running joke around here that people don't RTFA. RTFA.
...you've got to make sure it sticks. Don't be a sucker.
Otherwise, you just end up with the same series of events again and again, and all it does is make you angry. There's no reasoning with some people, your forgiveness has no worth.
If you're not serious about being done with the lady, and you're not willing to go all the way with it, then you're just doing the song and dance, and she knows it. Good luck.
Proper firewalls do more than simply block ports.
I suspect that your intent is sarcasm, but some would agree on those points.
A decently competent IT department should be able to come up with several different ideas that would, if implemented, be a tenable solution to this issue without impacting the medical staff's workflow. The response you got from the grandparent post is probably the result of a mind that has been blown by the story. There are a number of things fundamentally wrong with whatever process that allowed the situation to even be possible.
It's only harassment if they have to say "no" more than once... and obviously, if you wind out taking someone from work out, for heaven's sake, don't take them to Felber's!
One test for a certain type of woman to avoid: if they become argumentative, act hurt or upset, or fly off the handle whenever you express your core needs or expectations (in a controlled manner - arguments don't count), run away; they care nothing for you as an individual. Possibly, they are incapable of it. My dear fellow, you seem to be surrounded by sociopaths.
The trouble with opportunity is that it always comes disguised as hard work. -- Herbert V. Prochnow