Trust me, that was a tremendous guess. I know from that guess that you are the very best people, believe me. I thank you big league for your comment.
because he would have no idea personally if they are fir for the job or not.
That's a difficult deciduous to make. Best to leaf it alone, rather than root around, pining for questions that don't really need to be axed. I suggest you branch out into something else.
Can you please tell me what the atomic number for asbestos is?
...and the "cloud" -- if it's in the "cloud", someone else owns it. Even when they tell you you own it.
It's not on your hardware, it's not on your software, it's not in your storage, it's not on your premises, and you have zero control over any of the actual foregoing locations / instances.
But hey, everyone, keep that cloud-ward stampede going. They love ya for it.
All they could do to stop you from doing is voiding your warranty.
Perhaps not. As I understand it, the car is connected in order to facilitate software upgrade / maintainance. So they could tell the car it couldn't drive the next time you parked it for ten minutes, for instance.
I imagine that would land them in court -- but technically speaking, they could do it.
This was known to Johnson and the FBI at the time, who chose to do nothing.
I wonder why that is. Because after all, if
During the election of 1968, Johnson was trying to bring an end to the Vietnam war.
then Nixon's action would be in direct conflict with that objective, right? Did Johnson just no longer give a shit? Or did he hate Humphrey more than Nixon? Seems unlikely, since he endorsed Humphrey after pulling out. I'm just going to leave it at that, lest someone think I'm sticking up for Nixon.
Sparta? This... this is Sparta, you say? Then... then... YES! YES!
They brought news about the trash can mac "pro." What else could be done?
No standard USB ports?!?!?
PUNISHMENT: As punishment for filming the game from the wrong location, NFL commissioner and former Jets public relations intern Roger Goodell fined Patriots head coach Bill Belichick $500,000, fined the Patriots $250,000, and docked the team their original first-round selection in the 2008 NFL Draft.
Why was the Spygate penalty so high? Small picture: because Goodell was really pissed-off that he told Belichick to do something and Belichick ignored him. Since it was his first year as commissioner, he really, really wanted people to respect his authoritah!
PUNISHMENT: When you are consistently outplayed and outcoached by the same team year-after-year (or worse, lose to them in a Super Bowl) you WANT to believe -- you NEED to believe -- that the only reason you can't match up is because of some mysterious Patriots' black magic voodoo cheating.
To keep your sanity, you make up fairy tales to soothe yourself. I get that, I really do. I used to feel the same way about the New York Yankees when they were good. I sympathize.
Meanwhile, he reports entries for other teams that had unproven accusations leveled against them as if they were proven. Being a Pats fan doesn't make him an unreliable source, but biased reporting does.
Butthurt Red Sox AND Patriots fan? Confirmed.
No proper tower design Mac Pro, no buy. That's one drop not in their bucket.
e-credibility: the non-guaranteeable likelihood that the electronic data you're seeing is genuine rather than somebody's made-up crap. - Karl Lehenbauer