It's not the World Trade Center, and it's not Bali. It's a single cafe and a maximum possible body count than your typical school shooting in the US (which can hardly hold the news media's attention for more than a week any more).
This news wouldn't have made it out of Australia (if even NSW) if it weren't for the Islamic bogeyman angle.
A plastic battleship would be unstoppable.
Four red pegs should do it.
What does any of that have to do with the story here? The tracking device wasn't added by the police or even at the behest of the police, but by the buy-here-pay-here dealer, operating a business of the same respectability as payday lending and rent-to-own stores, who expect their customers to default. This wasn't done for cops but for repo men.
By all means complain about a violation of privacy, but it isn't by the state. Rather this is the result of a financial system that promotes, aggravates, and profits off of poverty.
known for its superb conductivity of heat
Exactly: pinpoint heat sources will see that energy rapidly disbursed throughout the entire suit rather than stay concentrated in a hot spot.
Water's heat conductivity, its ability to spread heat out into meaninglessness, is one of the reasons why it's effective at extinguishing fires.
I think they would be very happy if the rest of Europe were utilizing GLONASS, a system they can shut down or manipulate if they need to.
But they themselves can't get it to work, as was highlighted in the link I posted. So why would a Europe unable to deploy Galileo use GLONASS instead of GPS?
And it certainly isn't like Europe doesn't have its own space launch capabilities.
Russia has absolutely nothing to gain and much to lose by trying to fuck with this launch.
like some sort of Parakeet Wizard
At least he seems able to keep bird crap off his face, unlike some other wizards.
Are the accounts "linked?"
I'm asking more about what happens to DRM'd content that was purchased from Sony's ebook store now that Sony is pulling out (e.g. authorization servers).
Our policy is, when in doubt, do the right thing. -- Roy L. Ash, ex-president, Litton Industries