The one *really* slow thing that I've had to fight with in Powershell isn't really Powershell's fault so much as Windows and/or
Therefore, it really ought to be "GNU/NT" (pronounced "guh-nunt", because that amuses me for some reason.)
Obviously a violation of the spirit of the law, but unless someone has some relatively damning evidence leaked from inside one of the outsourcing firms, there's nothing to stick a letter-of-the-law violation to.
(...it's obvious I'm joking, right?...)
I honestly suspect Sanders always knew his presidential campaign was a longshot. I think the only reason he's campaigning so hard is to preserve and build influence over the party platform and to keep similarly-inclined voters engaged.
Now comes the endorsing of politically-similar senator and representative candidates, fundraising, and campaigning for the more-important (but much less promoted) races for the legislature, and influencing the party platform (and maybe an influential position on one or more congressional committees). He'd be a lot less able to accomplish anything in those areas is he had been "the guy who saw he couldn't possibly win so he quit" rather than "the guy who fought hard all the way to the end, kept visibility on the issues that he'll be fighting for in the party platform, and made the establishment candidate work for the nomination in spite of the party establishment support."
If I'm right about that, there's no way he'll "Nader" the presidential election, that'd be counter-productive to what I'm assuming his real political goals are.
This doesn't make the pigs "half-human, half animal" any more than Escherichia coli cells modified to produce human insulin protein are "half-human, half-bacteria" (or a human with a prosthetic leg is "half-human, half-machine").
Ridiculous sensationalism. Bah.
Personally, I'd argue "humanity" is a state of mind rather than a bundle of body-parts, but that's a whole separate issue.
To me, it merely emphasizes that being able to replace the OS/Firmware oneself is important, and should be done with any new device.
Doesn't really matter if Spyware McWebcam put a malware OS on the device if I'm just going to overwrite with a good firmware of my own choosing before putting it on my network.
Same goes for full computers, too, along with "smartphones" and tablets, which seem like they'd be bigger targets. One could do a lot more harm with a backdoored iPhone or Android device returned as "new, unopened" than a webcam.
To do nothing is to be nothing.