Daishkyu hinan shite kudasai!
Daishkyu hinan shite kudasai!
So, I guess what we can take away from this is: "We have to get a Linux distro for washing machines"
Well, guess it's time to rip apart the ol' maytag!
For good reason. I hear some of those haxors can whistle ICBM launch codes!!!!
Why does anything having to do with Michael Jackson always involve unwanted penetration?
Who the hell cares? Getting your flight crew to the cockpit as easily as possible is the best idea that the damn TSA has had so far, and I'm all for not pissing off the people that can make my flight god awful.
This will only make it more difficult to get my Bandoleer of Carrots!
Lets see about this. I woke up on my memory foam mattress (result of science), and drank a cup of coffee that was brewed 45minutes before I woke up (a result of science). Got dressed in my clothes that were, most likely, made on a computerized sewing machine (result of science). Grabbed my laptop, smartphone, and tool bag (results of science), and hopped in my truck (result of science). No, I really don't think I'm relying on faith to make my determination on how I feel about this.
onsidering the nature of what was allegedly done, and the position held by the defendant, I think it's perfectly reasonable to go for the maximum punishment. IMHO, It really doesn't matter what the documents were that were leaked. Hell, they could have been a top secret souffle recipe, and I would still want to see the offender properly prosecuted!
P.S. Mmm, souffle. http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/alton-brown/cheese-souffle-recipe/index.html [Food Network – Alton Brown]
P.P.S. Maybe I shouldn't have skipped breakfast this morning...
I don't understand people that think speed limits are moral imperatives that fall on the same line as murder or arson. You people act like I just raped somebody if I want to go 55 in a 50 mile an hour zone.
I live in Houston on I-10, and due to a huge environmental/safety push they lowered the speed limit from 70 to 55. It was a joke, the highway is built for speed and it has excellent lines of visibility and
, and they make you crawl down it. Nobody did the speed limit so they upped it to 60, which didn't really help. As a result you get fast swerving traffic trying to move at the natural pace down the highway, moving through slow road bumps.
If they would pick a reasonable speed limit based on the design of the road, and not the result of some safety pissing campaign then I bet you could get people to actually follow it.
I'm betting that the Texas DOT had more to do with those merging sections than God... Crazy Texans, always trying to push intelligent design.
This guy is forgetting that we live in a (sort of) democracy. How would a democracy where the people aren't educated work?
Im fairly certain the result would be similar to this place: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/New_Jersey
"An ounce of prevention is worth a ton of code." -- an anonymous programmer