WTF is unclear about "Congress shall make no law
I fully understand the rationale for the NY law in question, and I agree that it makes sense and is probably a good idea. But holy shit is it absolutely unconstitutional. You can't override the first amendment with state law.
"Never write if you can speak; never speak if you can nod; never nod if you can wink." --Martin Lomasney
I reconcile my inherent selfishness with the long term good by planning to live 1000 years.
So if my kids are trouble and they need to contact me, your suggestion is that they call me at the concert or venue.
Yes, that's exactly how we did it in the old days before mobile phones. Name and phone number of the venue posted by the kitchen phone. If the kids aren't capable of making that call then they should have a babysitter.
Then there is the problem of the helpful "staff" as you call them finding me in a sea of other people.
Pause the show, make announcement over the PA system. Remember, this is in case of emergency.
That's like naming a place "Beijing-ia" or "Tamil Nadu-ia"
Oh, and my Toyota will go into fucking neutral just fine at highway speeds
Manual transmission? Their automatic would probably lock up along with the throttle and brake when the controller crashes.
Then the courts fucked up. The letter and spirit of the law are crystal clear. Inalienable human rights are inalienable, for humans.
If we went back in time to when there only was 28 domains,
... long before the web was invented
I'd bet you a Mars Bar that there were only 28 websites.
... and you would lose your Mars Bar, because there were no websites at all.
"Young people don't have empathy" - 0 results on google.
"Old people don't have empathy" - 0 results on google.
"Dead people don't have empathy" - 0 results on google.
I believe it really is a sentence structure that just isn't used much, if at all.
The point of the GPL is to make the code free, not the coders.
No, the GPL was designed to ensure the freedom of users to modify and adapt software for their own particular needs. It does nothing to ensure the author's freedom, or the code's freedom, whatever that might mean.
It was a typo. Spec called for "inorganic" kitty litter" and a spec revision accidentally changed it to "organic". Nobody had any reason for changing it, neither cost-cutting nor green-washing. It was just a dumb accident.
Troll? Really? Mind-boggling.
365 Days of drinking Lo-Cal beer. = 1 Lite-year