...have enough FUCKING money yet?
...have enough FUCKING money yet?
Seriously, is anyone on Slashdot capable of getting even the basics right?
The fact that it's so confusing ought to be a good sign that something is wrong with the law, not the laypeople trying to understand it.
72% of Xbox 360 Gamers are about 12 years old, full of raging hormones, and love yelling "YEAH MOTHERFUCKER I PWNZ J00" at their fellow gamers. What the heck would anyone expect from such a poll?
I'm pretty certain if he didn't have a gun it wouldn't have happened, so there is that?
Correct. Instead, he'd have made a pipe bomb full of bb's, or brought in a couple of machetes and started slashing at femoral arteries. Perhaps a little ricin powder in the smoke grenade for added effect. Someone who's so psychopathic as to reach a point where they want to kill random people is going to find a way to get the job done. The gun is not the problem.
Yeah, those damned guns, getting upset and shooting people! It's a shame we can't teach them not to be so violent.
Yes, a thousand times yes! But in my experience it's only the iOS version that's so crippled.
I've had an iPod Touch (well, 2 different ones) and the Facebook app going on 3 years now, and you still can't "share" posts / links / photos, half the time you can't "like" individual comments in a thread, etc. The Android version has no problem performing these functions. I don't understand what's holding back development and feature implementation on the iOS version, considering that the platform is so popular.
Yeah, you really oughtn't try to volunteer your DSL connection. If you have a dedicated server somewhere, though, it's pretty simple to configure ntpd and register yourself as part of the pool. I've been doing my part for a few years (whoops - I rebooted yesterday). The traffic really is negligible and the load is practically nil. If you've got the resources, help the cause!
Is there any source for this aside from random Twitter posts? I generally trust ZeroPaid, but come on - this entire story is built on the basis of a few Tweets.
The venue always asserts promotional use over patrons' likenesses. It was almost certainly amongst the fine print on the back of the ticket.
The camera that caught the action was actually installed inside the rack, by MayFirst. You can see the FBI agent looking at it several times, so it apparently wasn't as surreptitious as MayFirst had hoped.
How the hell do you keep something like moving POTUS a secret? The convoy and Airforce One aren't exactly subtle.
You don't use the motorcade (or you send it off in another direction as a decoy, although that wasn't done in this case). You do the transport with a couple of heavily armored but nondescript looking vehicles that exit half a mile away through a tunnel to a "civilian" parking garage. You tell your carefully selected members of the press corps that the Vice President will be traveling to some flyover state to make another "big stick" stumping speech, no big deal, nothing to get excited about.
Air Force One is a different story, but those are being repositioned all the time without anyone important in the cabin. As long as there aren't 15 huge black SUVs with lightbars pulled up next to it on the ramp, nobody's really going to pay attention to its comings and goings.
Who would you believe to be violating some form of neutrality, if you were watching a hulu/youtube/redtube;) clip and it was blocked to you by the content owner because they didn't like your choice of ISP?
You mean like ESPN360?
The latest OpenSSL has problems connecting to facebook.com and paypal.com
Sounds like a feature, not a bug.
* If you are fired, you're eligible for public assistance in the form of unemployment insurance, but if you quit, you are not.
Close. If you're laid off (e.g. downsizing), you're eligible for unemployment. If you're fired, you're not.
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