Why give either side a pass?
Why give either side a pass?
In other words, you support Hillary Clinton. You sound just like the Bush supporters when Assange revealed their secrets. I bet you didn't call him partisan back then.
Despite living in an area that gets tornadoes, I decided I'd to take my chances and shut it off, rather than have my smartphone screech at me, every time somebody is having a domestic dispute.
The problem is that it's just like Brexit. The more you point out that it's a terrible idea and sure to end in disaster, the more people reject expert advice and facts and go with their feelings.
And yet, Brexit didn't turn out to be the disaster that was predicted. More often than not, the "experts" are just going with their feelings as well. The sky isn't actually falling as often as people would like to believe.
As for Clinton, are you really not including Libya and Syria on that list? Benghazi aside, she bragged, in her own e-mails as to being the driving force behind removing Ghadaffi. The region is in chaos and refugees are fleeing everywhere. Siding with the "rebels" against Assad hasn't worked out too well either. Hundreds of thousands are dead due to her regime change games.
There are many people who live to stick their noses in other people's business. Why waste money by paying them?
This is a slippery slope and it's one of the reasons we shouldn't try to fix what isn't broken, by giving up control over domain assignments. We have more of a hands off tradition over here that other countries do not necessarily share.
The same could be said of Hillary supporters. These people hated Bush, but now they're voting for someone who believes in the same policies of regime change, throughout the Middle East.
Seriously though, nice gimmich, but the liability concerns will never be overcome on these drone delivery stories. No sure it'll ever be profitable either.
This right here, is why tabs are best though. I get that it can mess with cut & paste (people shouldn't be doing that anyway), and the lining up up split lines, but it's worth it to let everybody use the width they're most comfortable with.
I think there'd be less of a debate if tabs were 4 chars in width, out of the box. Not sure they'd even bother with a tabstop setting had that been the case. Granted, you're always gonna have your freaks, like this one guy I worked for who insisted on 3 spaces for indentation, but they would have gotten nowhere had the default tabstop been reasonable from the start.
That being said, spaces for work code, tabs for personal code.
The only reason I didn't stick with Nexus after my 4, was the idiotic decision to place the power button, right under your index finger, where you're holding the phone. I'd say a good 80% of the times I turned that phone on or off were unintentional.
There aren't many phones that still place it on top, but that was pretty my only requirement for my next phone. Getting tired of all the different models pretty much just being clones of the same crappy design. A little variety would be nice.
I've got a 7 and a 10. I don't have interest in a 9. When I want big, I want big (10 is almost too small). And when I just want to read, the 7 is the perfect size. You'd think they'd want me to buy multiple tablets, rather than trying to come up with a one-size-fits-all approach.
I don't remember this much controversy when the Russians were giving millions to the Clinton Foundation to award them with a giant uranium deal. Don't shoot the messenger on this one. She is what she is.
I used to be able to easily spot the drunks on the road before smartphones. None of them are "just fine driving like this." They're all worse than your average drunk and should be treated the same way.
Seriously though, I went over to check it out because of this slashdot story, not those other incentivized ones. Didn't see anything worth buying though, regardless of price. Your average garage sale is more interesting.
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