Reminds me of the famous quote:
"They who can give up CAPS Lock to obtain a little better commentary, deserve neither."
I would say Yeager fits because of the age he was when he became famous. In addition to breaking the sound barrier at 24, he was also the first commandant of the USAF Aerospace Research Pilot School at 39.
but when you finally get rich, your maid won't speak latin...
pfft. good luck finding them. that mr. lee hasn't been to his laundry in ages.
unless the people running the scans are experts in setting up and configuring nessus for scanning, i wouldn't assume every one of those is a true vulnerability.
wow. i just pictured one of these made into a pool cue stick.
that extension is dead.
The only real solution is near 100% enforcement - either the law will be generally accepted or you'll finally manage to piss off so many people that the law is changed.
That's the perfect solution. I really hate it when people spend all this time and energy to get around laws, to complain about laws, to fight the lawful punishments for those laws, but nothing on getting the laws changed. If this guy's so eager to get the law changed, start a Paypal or something similar to get donations to fund a road study. Take those results (assuming it says the speed should be upped) and a petition signed by voters in the area, and get in front of the city council to get the limit changed. But no, it's easier to buy a domain, setup a website, and whine.
Same thing with the kids in schools where the parents get all huffy when their son or daughter gets suspended for a zero tolerance policy because they took aspirin to school without a note from a doctor. Why didn't they hire a lawyer to fight the rule when it was proposed instead of waiting till their kid gets popped for the offense?
Blinding speed can compensate for a lot of deficiencies. -- David Nichols