If you want to offend me you're going to have to try a lot harder than that. Think midgets, ferrets and duct tape - and square it.
You're fine - faux offense is in this case just my artistic license.
Funny! Except these days it seems to have come full circle and it is mostly the progressive left that is in favor of state censorship of ideas they oppose. Apparently if you live long enough, you see everything.
A web page with a form. One poor nerd to sit in a dimly lit cubicle feebly attempting to respond to the 35,000 submitted forms per day, the IT infrastructure to support him (an exchange cluster, an AD + file&print server and bandwidth, a leased pair of IIS servers backed by a two-node MS-SQL Server server cluster). A filing cabinet he steals office supplies from every day.
A "consultant" in Bangalore that sets up said single web page ready to exploit with various viruses.
It does not even begin to pay for serving the inevitable FOIA requests submitted the nerds who thought their submitted forms might actually reach someone useful and irate they've received no response.
All that, and some mentions in the press for "trying" to preserve US manned spaceflight when we all know it's over. What a deal.
Ok seriously where does this name come from
"Eyjafjallajoekull" translates to: All your ash are belong to us
We have Summer and Winter Olympics, and we also have Mordor and Iceland. Long live duality!
You do know that you missed the "manually" part right in the very sentence you quoted, right?
D'oh. Posting while intoxicated.
WTF kind of person sees an article about a $200 (supposedly) super-light tablet and immediately asks how many cores it has? How is that even slightly relevant for a machine of this class?
It obviously has 256 cores and can beat Deep Blue at chess.
VSS Enterprise? Is that the USS Enterprise for Romans?
Reporter:Why are you a government?
Government:Because that lets us rob *everyone*.
FTFY. WTF is it with apostrophe's these day's?
"When people are least sure, they are often most dogmatic." -- John Kenneth Galbraith