There are plenty of people such as retired army and other law enforcement personnel, antiques dealers, pawn brokers, etc that would have extensive knowledge of guns and not necessarily have a strong political opinion on gun rights for or against.
I guess you didn't understand what ledow meant when he wrote, "think of the worst-case scenario".
Of course, I don't take pride in my screw-ups. It's actually Marriott, with two Rs and two Ts. *sigh*
I think the Slashdot editors actually take pride in screwing up.
If you don't get the bylaws before you buy, and sign them before you buy, then you aren't bound by them.
That is completely false.
My 10-year-old now only likes easy console shooters and shies away from any real gaming challenge. And he keeps begging me to get him Rated M games, because the rating is the only thing he cares about. Ugh.
Based on this page, I would say that it doesn't work at all:
When you find an image that you want, go to the originating website for the image and determine the actual license for the image.
To me, "high six-figure income" implies more than $500K.
Some people would say the Tomb Raider games are sexist, because of the way Lara Croft is modeled. But she's a strong, indepedent, intelligent, and very capable individual. I think she's a great role model for my 12-year-old daughter. If I buy the next Tomb Raider game for her, will I be labeled sexist?
Don't you mean active scans? It's not necessary to broadcast your MAC address in order to find Wifi access points. A passive scan just waits until it receives all the beacons. Since beacons are transmitted every 100ms, I never understood the need for active scans.
I feel for you, dude. I lived in NE Austin for 12 years, but last year I moved to NW Austin. We just got sick and tired of being ignored by the city. I hope the new district plan will improve things for you. My suggestion is that you really pester your district representative as much as you can to improve things.
Tesla does not want to the pay the dealer fees just to sell cars, since the fees benefit their competitors.
In that case, this is one good reason to use Obj-C instead of Swift: to support older iOS devices that cannot upgrade to iOS 7. I have an iPad 1 that is stuck at iOS 5.1. If Apple had a good trade-in program, I would use it.
Are you sure about that? My understanding is that new/updated apps must be "optimized" for iOS 7, but they can still run on older versions.
I'm also about to learn iOS programming. If I write an app in Swift, what is the oldest version of iOS that it will run on?
The bogosity meter just pegged.