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along with the fact that OS X is nearly as buggy as windows now,
This is a fact? I don't believe it. Citation please.
This summary is a bit off base. From the article:
"HB220 would require schools to teach students that the U.S. is a compound constitutional republic and about other forms of government such as pure democracy, monarchy and oligarchy along with political philosophies and economic systems such as socialism, individualism and free-market capitalism. "
Where does it say "force public school teachers to teach that the USA is a republic". Sounds like they just want to be sure the students are aware of all forms of government.
Dad's slashdot UID? Oh my, I'm getting old.
American investors smart enough to know that Facebook is already over valued.
How can you launch a nuclear attack on your neighbour? What happens if the wind is blowing North that day?
"I feel like I'm taking crazy pills!"
Why are the calling them food tubes? We already have Pneumatic tubes. This just a scaled up version. I had a similar idea once for big cities. It might make a lot of sense, especially if it's general purpose, like for the post office.
But "food tubes"... really?!!? That just sounds gross. You brits are weird. How about the "megmatic tube system" that happens to also ship food?
Is FTP next?
Mod up, this is my favorite keyboard as well.
This is all well and good, but let me point out that it's now also possible for anyone to engineer a virus that will kill most of us off.
You have to be very careful how this is thought about. Yes, you may consider it private property, but under that analogy we are leasing that space. If this space is paid for, it is our right to do with it what we please. The ISP should not control how we use our leased space, as much as our landlords should not be able to tell us what religion to practice in our leased apartments.
I can understand from an operating system point of view why you would want to support Flash.
But damn, I have no interest in having Flash run on my cell phone.
Podunk professor from community college in remote town close to Canada has crazy ideas and other news at 11.
Seriously this made the front page of
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