I've been regularly getting the prompt from Google about their privacy settings that they show when you try to run a search. Every browser on a myriad of machines and VMs. This pop-up is really irritating because it takes some time to go through all the different options and install their opt-out plugin, etc. I'm sure they made this as onerous as possible to discourage people form opting out. My solution? I've stopped using Google for web searches. Really f****** annoying that I still have to go to their sites because my cheap-arsed employer uses Gmail for our corporate email etc.
Are you sure they're not using browser/device fingerprinting?
The evil libtardos aren't coming for your guns
They've been trying for 50 years and their repeated failures have been precisely because we take a hard line on the issue. Not one inch.
It's been 8 years. Don't you think if he was going to do it he would have?
He has done everything within the power of the executive branch. Operation Chokepoint was instituted to make it hard for gun related businesses to do business. He has blocked importation of perfectly legal guns from Russia and South Korea. He has been hostile to the American gun owner, even if he doesn't have the votes in congress to pass a new anti-gun law.
Gun enthusiasts don't want them.
Police and military won't take them.
Non-gun people aren't going to spend that kind of money.
It doesn't make any sense other than as a propaganda tool.
Rent controls cause this situation.
When landlords can not raise rents to match economic conditions, they are forced to find new revenue streams.
Here's the problem I have with this:
(Percent of the charityâ(TM)s total expenses spent on the programs and services it delivers)
This doesn't say exactly what those expenses ARE, because it could well be that they spend 95% of their "program expenses" on admin, salaries, bribes, and various other overhead, and that only 5% actually trickles down to the nominal recipients.
This is something I became aware of while perusing tax info from a particular class of charities -- where "administrative expenses" is typically charity-speak for "owner's salary"... explaining why "administrative expenses" tends to be an upper-five to lower-six figure number even for charities that are basically one-man bands.
Someone pointed out that if Trump actually had a proper collection of skeletons, they'd already be on parade... if one jock-talk tape is the best they can do (at least, with documentation so the tale can't be promptly refuted by genuine witnesses) there probably isn't anything all that terrible waiting to be unearthed.
How come everyone's going so slow if it's called rush hour?