What? Too soon?
What? Too soon?
If Ben Carson isn't number one on the list, then this is just liberal media propaganda.
You can't use logic or reason here. We are in the Great Dumbing Down period. You are going up against people who think they are geniuses. I tried to pull this exact same argument with a super smart fellow yesterday. This guy is so smart, he only reads things that tell him EXACTLY what he wants to hear. So free market forces or improving our trade imbalance be damned, it's all political. You can't go against 10,000 hours of Alex Jones with something sensible, here.
Server them ads. I wish posts could be edited.
What if kids use an Android phone and now you *can't* turn off tracking? Can Google be sued? Google is passing location info to apps, so that is "online." And I would say this is partly offline tracking as well, and much more sinister than simply tracking kids in order to serve them adds. This is your child's physical location.
Conservatives tell people whatever they want to hear, and then vote the opposite. Fool me once.
Big Pharma is only one of five industries spending big money to keep it illegal. The rest are aggravating, too. Private prisons, prison guard unions, and actual law enforcement are also involved. Law enforcement should just enforce the laws, in my opinion. They should not be involved in lobbying for or against them, though.
If we really wanted to make the world a better place and invoke the space race analogy, then the race should be about getting us off fossil fuels. Better energy storage technology, rapid charging, etc. Anything that gets us off oil as quickly as possible. Look at the misery the Middle East has caused the world, and it's all over oil.
The types of foods you eat make a difference as well. Calories aren't just calories. Insulin tells your body to store extra calories as fat, so foods that spike insulin levels help make you fat. Well, guess what foods overweight people love to eat? Carbs, and piles of them. Guess what carbs do. They spike your insulin levels. Get a copy of a book called Why We Get Fat. Excellent book.
This is being written by someone that just dropped between 85 and 100 pounds and I've kept it off for going on a couple of years now. I devised some simple rules and eat a reasonable amount of healthy foods. One of my rules is, watch what fat people eat
In the future, it will send your gps location to the nearest police department, and just to be on the safe side, the cellular service will be required to grab a snapshot of every phone ESN number within a 1.2 mile radius of the woman's position.
Yes. Nothing screams security like copying every packet that crosses your LAN and storing it into the *cloud* somewhere. This is an NSA wet dream. They don't even have to take up their own drive space to store every packet, just get a warrant (hahaha) and get the data from Amazon.
And of course, we make ourselves vulnerable to cancer from the crap we eat and the lack of exercise. Younger and younger people are now getting cancer, so we are making ourselves good hosts from a very young age:
Once considered an older person’s disease, colorectal cancer is showing up in individuals as young as 20 years old.
Between 1954 and 1963, close to 98 million Americans received polio vaccinations contaminated with a carcinogenic monkey virus, now known as SV40.
It may sound like the stuff of conspiracy buffs, but it is in fact a true story. Doctors had to go in front of congress and testify to get the contaminated vaccines pulled.
I had a brother in the age range to have gotten this polio vaccine, and he died from a brain tumor in his early 50s. Anecdotal, yes. Dead, yes.
That one guy thought a dashboard for the college would be great. IT said, yeah, we can do that, and then when the guy left the meeting, they all looked at each other. If they pull this off, I'm going to request the feature be added where you can zoom in on someone's eyeball to see the reflection of what they were looking at. This will be so cool.
Kill Ugly Processor Architectures - Karl Lehenbauer