Why is it being reported as news now?
Why is it being reported as news now?
If "the IRS" called me up and said I owed thousands of dollars in taxes, the first thing I'd do would be to call my accountant
I dare say the ones who fall hardest for this scam are the ones who definitely don't have an accountant. Don't be ludicrous.
> Even worse, the tool claimed to not store the passwords, but an acute observer found they were actually being inputted into a Google Docs spreadsheet.
I dunno, I thought he was kind of ugly.
Ohhhh, you mean *obtuse*? Sorry.
As an agnostic, the popularity of Francis seemed quite justifiable thanks to his relatively liberal stances (for a pope, I mean). In fact, I was quite surprised at how far he was willing push his establishment. But I see no difference between his "expectation of violence if you say disrespectful things" and "women should expect to be raped if they dress provocatively".
Nothing new under the sun, sadly. If this is the best the Catholic church can offer, there's no hope for any religion to be even remotely progressive (euphemism for "rational"). It's no wonder they get made fun of constantly
Oh wait, that's not a picture of the village. Kinda weirds me out.
I love the arts, and in fact have been to see their excellent plays
... after running it through gzip?
Most Americans say they are Christians because they think itâ(TM)s the âoerightâ thing to say.... The truth is that most people are basically agnostic.
Americans believe that saying they're Christian is the right thing to say? In this day and age? Wow.
I think most people are in fact not agnostic at all. It's actually quite an uncomfortable admission to say you don't know the truth either way, that in fact it may be unknowable. That's what pushes people into religion or science, after all....
(I just measured it in my office in plain sight of my colleagues, with a ruler sticking out of my head). My hands would be mere inches away from the Kinect. How's that going to work?
For one thing, I'd have to lean back to bitchslap in Duke Nukem Forever, which frankly is a bit girly.
(Stay with me: there's a point to this story) The first time I had sushi I was a guest in some sort of luxurious retreat in Japan. I think each meal cost some $200-300 per person (in grad school I ate Jack in the Box for a whole year, to give you a sense of my wonderment). Needless to say, the meal was totally, utterly wasted on me. I actually disliked it, in fact. Nowadays I love sushi, yet to this day I can't pinpoint when I had that second meal of sushi. I just remember always loving sushi, except for that first meal. Somewhere between that first and the second meal the revelation came, unforced and unannounced.
Dr. Who was the same way for me. My first episode was David Tennant's second (I love love LOVE Tennant btw) and after it was over I just sat there scratching my head in bemusement. I was with my family-in-law so you know, when in Rome
So my advice is: pick the first episodes of any particular actor who plays a modern Doctor -- i.e. Christopher Eccleston, David Tennant, Matt Smith -- and if you don't like it outright, set the other episodes aside for awhile. Come back to it when you have a particularly boring afternoon when you can't think of anything interesting to do, and then watch the next episode. You'll probably find you have come to love it already!
P.S. I happen to like Tennant and Smith, so those get my vote for a first Doctor. Actually I think Smith may be the best of the modern Doctors, but this is so highly dependent on the quality of the writing that it's safe to say that if you don't like one of the three, you won't like the other two.
P.P.S. And, if you missed it: as others have mentioned, if you're an Amazon Premier member, all the modern Doctor Whos are free to watch on Instant Video.
That's, what, 28 incorrect base pairs out of 4000? I'm not a biologist, but is this considered an acceptable error rate? Even the hopes of 99.999% accuracy seems really awful when there are about 3 billion base pairs in a human genome.
I realize that we aren't going to be trying to make a cloned copy from this data, but what uses is this "good enough" for?
More than good enough for forensic work at least, I'd wager.
As far as we know, our computer has never had an undetected error. -- Weisert