They give up their scruples so we can have more.
if everybody on the planet each got a knife made out of recycled glass and used it carefully to murder a neighbour, then the whole problem would be halved over night.
If everybody went next door to murder a neighbor, no one would be next door to be a victim.
You assume one occupant per house, or one destination per household. If the average household has 2 people in it, and they went to different houses, then everyone would be in their neighbor's living room having a knife fight with their neighbor's neighbor, while their neighbors and their neighbors' neighbors' neighbors fought in their neighbors' neighbors' living rooms.
' 2511(2)(d) requires that a communication be 17 intercepted for the purpose of a tortious or criminal act 18 that is independent of the intentional act of recording.
BTW, looking at the photos my first thought was "traditional pylons doesn't need chains to maintain verticallity"
Non-traditional, but is it unusual? I thought I'd seen transmission towers with guy wires, or at least some looked as though they should have guy wires (narrow base, tapering up and out).
When the topic of games based on earlier conflicts is brought up, like WWII games, she calls all surviving vets "not real people" and says that games like that are fine because of how they're not real people...
Jesus. I don't even know how to attack logic like that. It seems like it should have already attacked itself, and yet here it is.
If that's true (like you said, we don't know) then Fox News would be to blame here for opportunistically using her only in a story about war games portraying the other side, rather than in a piece about war games generally.
I would be shocked to learn this was the case. Shocked!
Secret classification is one step up from Sensitive (SSNs, addresses, phone numbers, etc...) and it isn't very well controlled.
False. "Sensitive" but Unclassified -> Confidential -> Secret -> TS/SCI
Secret can get people killed. That it clearance is handed out to degenerates is a failure of the investigators, not evidence that Secret material is harmless.
They're probably asking for summary judgment since the John Does didn't show in court.
There are currently zero counts of infringement or unlawful behavior. What is that judgment supposed to be based on?
It isn't easy being the parent of a six-year-old. However, it's a pretty small price to pay for having somebody around the house who understands computers.