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I guess the yolks on me.
I actually have a degree from Drexel in computer science.
I work as a sysadmin.
I was working for companies which could afford to outsource and I got tired of the contract-to-contract life, or the developer-to-outsourced-labor life.
They're going to have a hard time replacing the guy who installs and configures the OS, and more importantly get's the outsourced labors application running. Once I figured out the low quality crap was coming in from India and coming in by the boatload, I realized the sysadmin's niche was actually making it work.
I've enjoyed a stable job ever since the lightbulb went on that the sysadmin is the broker of the applications.
Well, it could be worse, it could be a MICHAEL BAY film.
I tagged this article "spaceniggers".
It appears neither side is able to decisively gain the upper hand, but one thing seems clear â" only full-time, for-profit professionals are able to consistently beat BD+.
That's like saying "only government funded, for profit individuals have any hope of working on the space shuttle". But the space shuttle isn't represented in the majority of homes yet. Come back when enough people have BD+ to make it interesting.
I dunno about your movie theaters but the ones around here are so strapped for cash that they couldn't be bothered to clean the lens on the projector or hire anyone with a clue to actually focus the thing. I would be lucky if I knew I was watching The 300 at all.
that the earth may simply stop existing because if it's quantum state. This applies to the universe as well.
This is why this isn't news.
Was he in a closet? Was it wrapped around his neck and genitals which was later covered up with the phrase "his body"?
I think I see a serial killer starting to emerge.
I saw this when it was called EQUILIBRIUM and didn't suck.
I may be wrong. I wasn't paying the bill.
I'm suprised you found a squatter stupid enough to put valid information into their registration.
It doesn't matter if it's bad faith or not, ICANN wants the domain to have a useful purpose. That's why people put the "search engines" up. However, the likelyhood of them showing up to defend their useful purpose is slim to none. The problem you have is that in order to file with ICANN for ownership of a domain, you need about $3000.
Last time I had to do it, it took about a month. This was last year. We filled out the paperwork, then our "dispute agency" (ICANN itself delegates to an agency) contacted us for MORE paperwork, then the other guy didn't reply because he had used an "anonymous registrar" so we won by default.
C'mon now, take some responsibility.
Once it hits the fan, the only rational choice is to sweep it up, package it, and sell it as fertilizer.