Oh and the Havasupai don't live in "the deepest part of the Grand Canyon" that would be the Supai Tribe. The Havasupai live on top and is where they charge $75 for the sky walk over the GC.
I live not too far from the Havasupai reservation and I have to tell you that these Indians are not playing with a full deck.
For example, they try to license the air space over the reservation, regardless of the fact that the FAA has told them many times that only the FAA may do that.
They (the Havasupai's) bend the laws to their own will and then when someone tries to go after them, they hide on their reservation where you can't serve them with any notices and even if you did, they would ignore them.
Agreed, however, prudence is the price for protection.
I have a separate account with debit card that stays zero. When I know I'm going to pay a bill online or use for some other purchase, I move just however much I need into that account to cover the purchases or debits. In this way, if some one gets ahold of the number, there isn't a lot they can do with it.
Also I don't have overdraft protection on that specific account so that again, if someone gets my number(s), there isn't much they can do about it. Sure I may get nailed for a hundred bucks - if they catch it at the right time - otherwise, they just don't get my money.
Sometimes the good guy doesn't finish last.
Interestingly, before the white man appeared in North America, there were an average of 8 trees per acre and now there are an average of 220 trees per acre in the US alone.
If I were a lawyer my nipples would explode with joy.
Can we watch - I've never seen nipples explode. Do I need to use an include tag?
Now where is that tin hat?
And this coming from China, there is no malicious code buried somewhere?
"Isn't the McKinnon case more like charging him to buy the lock that had been missing when he walked in?"
More like they want him to pay for a lock that wasn't there because he was the first one to tell them that the lock wasn't there.
Or even more obvious, somebody forgot to put in a front door and now the store wants him to pay for a new door because he was the first one to tell the store that they had no door.
I watched the women's 1500m race today and saw not one woman who wasn't flat chested or nearly so.
I believe (from Mary Decker Slayne) that this is typical of women who train hard and as this young lass is just now 18 it would make sense that her hormonal changes were or are going to happen latter.
Statistics are no substitute for judgement. -- Henry Clay