I will wait for the Marines to adopt one of these devices. If they are confident enough in it's operation, THEN it's good. These people have their lives on the line.
Adoption by a large urban police department would also be a good indicator.
You must live a very sheltered life in some concrete jungle if you can't imagine the need for a firearm.
> Just because you know people who are responsible gun owners does not mean everyone is and the statistics prove it
Sure. We have Chicago.
You can distort the statistics. You can over report suicides as murders and ignore that most murders (and crime in general) happen in a small number of high crime areas.
Don't know why Clinton would care. Wikileaks has become nothing more than a joke about someone who doesn't have anything on her trying to make people think he does. Every time Julian opens his mouth his credibility sinks further.
Wild speculation from a crazy guy? Thanks Slashdot.
Slashdot is becoming the People Magazine of tech.
I could do without all the stories about what tech billionaires, tech crackpots, and tech billionaire-crackpots think.
Yeah... "deserted in droves".
The high level of discipline of both Navies is the only reason you're alive right now.
> It's interesting that the descriptions of "Islam" sound a whole lot like my understanding of Christianity as expressed by many Trump supporters.
Yeah, but fortunately a little thing called the Reformation broke the back of the theocracy in Europe. That hasn't happened with Islam yet. They're still stuck back where we were about 400 years ago. Syria, Egypt, Libya, Lebanon, and Iraq are all painfully obvious examples of this.
Blatant terrorism is far less troubling than the importation of more theocrats. We already have enough as is.
> (A) The US Constitution
What part of it specifically disallows entry restrictions?
> (B) International law
> You're a moron.
No, you're the moron. You just make a very small word salad and you think it actually means something. There's a little bit more to a legal argument then screaming "but the constitution".
It's a little more complicated. First, separating parent and child is an intrinsic harm in and of itself, so you need to be damned certain the parents are harming the child. In this case, the child was already under a physician's care. It's not as if the parents were giving her black market medical treatments. Neither group of doctors claimed that there was nothing wrong with her or that the parents were actively giving her something to make her sick, they just disagreed on the diagnosis.
Essentially the parents were "abusive" because they believed the doctors at Tufts rather than the doctors at Boston Children's.
I have had great luck with email hosting by 1and1. They are huge and based outside the USA, which is a plus these days too.
Russian leader Vladimir Putin was killed in a freak accident today while crossing the street next to the Kremlin. A fully autonomous prototype Tesla sedan had veered out of control and was speeding through central Moscow side streets at freeway speeds, and it tragically ran over Putin and several of his bodyguards. A defiant Elon Musk issued the following statement: "Our vehicle had nothing to do with this incident. We've analyzed the black box data, and this car was miles away at the airport at the time of the accident."
I"m sorry, but your little rant doesn't seem to have anything whatsoever to do with what I said. Did you mean to post it elsewhere?
Or do you seriously think an Apple Intel CPU is more reliable than a Dell Intel CPU?
Never heard of Xeon? At least half of a high-end chip's reliability comes from the post-manufacture test procedure and binning standard.
At Apple's scale, they can negotiate any production standard with Intel that they wish to have. This isn't even uncommon, as companies like Google and Facebook are already negotiating custom Xeons for the datacenter, which certainly involves tweaking some internal chip firmware (e.g. changing cache allocation policies or thermal envelopes), all the way up to possibly adding specialized instructions and/or execution units.
Finally, far more problems arise from the mainboard and assembly quality than the underlying chip quality, but at the end of the day it all adds up.
Welcome to Supply Chain 501. It's not your father's Supply Chain 101.
That said, Apple (the company) is a cult-like Black Box of the highest order. When it serves their agenda, they make good products. When their agenda shifts with the winds of fashion—so long, sweet Mini—caveat emptor.
Once upon a time, a very nice product, too bad about the "greatness" removal tool presiding from the glass office.
I am a computer. I am dumber than any human and smarter than any administrator.