Meh, I lived near a bombing range for over half of my life. I'm pretty sure a wind farm a mile from my house won't make more noise than constant B-2s and F-16s flying overhead. As for bird kills, birds die. *shrugs*
I've been running my own mail server for a year or two now, the only places I've had reject my mail have been small businesses/organizations that have more restrictive policies. I haven't been flagged as spam on outlook.com, gmail, or yahoo mail and even my workplace's server has accepted them. Perhaps this person got flagged early on as a spam source and didn't realize it?
Fair enough, but answer me this one question. Are you a chatbot that ran into a conspiracy site and went nuts?
Sad part is, that was actually more coherent than the original.
Because kernel.org=/=The Linux Foundation?
Apparently -f is to skip fsck on reboot. Not quite what I expected.
Fair (and depressing) point.
Honestly, using SorceForge right now is kind of like using Download.com. Sure, you might not get something nasty, but why take the chance?
In Kansas? Not the Taxi companies. You've got to remember, Kansas doesn't have much in the way of "cities", so the taxi companies are actually much poorer than Uber. It adds costs and complexity to their operations as well. Personally, I have no issue with this law. Professional drivers should have stricter insurance requirements than non-professionals. Remember, all it takes to be a professional is being payed for the action. That means Uber drivers are professional, whether they want to call them that is irrelevant. There needs to be some kind of assurance behind these random people carting around. (Besides, Brownback vetoed the bill, so it can't be too bad)
Real world example time.
If Tim Cook were to say he disapproves of gay marriage, would the Apple board of directors fire him? I honestly don't know. What I do know is, if he was fired, it wouldn't be because the board members personal beliefs. In fact, I'd bet some of the board members that pressured Eich to resign agreed with his stance. The fact of the matter is, having him as the face and head of the organization was costing them money. You can argue whether or not the boycott was right, but you would've made the same decision if you were on that board.
So, would Apple fire Tim Cook if he said he was against gay marriage? I can't say for sure, but given Apple's userbase, I bet the answer would be yes.
There were already holes in mine from 35. It did, however, ask for more after I updated.
The government saying that you can not publish something is censorship.
You must be working from a different dictionary than me. Censorship is when something is deleted or hidden from view. There is no requirement on who is the one doing it.
If I decide not to say "fuck" in this post and replace it with "fudge", that's self censoring.
If a newspaper removes the word "fuck" from a letter to the editor, the newspaper is censoring.
If Google hides all adult content from view, Google is censoring.
If the Government tells a newspaper they can't run an article critical of it, the Government is censoring.
Only one of these things is illegal.
Just because Google is censoring adult themed websites doesn't make it wrong or illegal. You can't decide that a word means less than it does just because you don't like the connotations.
Why the hell would you hand a cop your wallet when all they need is your license?
"An ounce of prevention is worth a ton of code." -- an anonymous programmer