Nice. Have you read "Dream of a thousand cats", at all?
If they had scales and fangs instead of fur and big cute eyes, we'd see the evil little bastards for what they really are...
Or ascii-based games running into problems with tiny pixels or miss-matched resolutions.
Not strictly true; I'm playing in this year's
Ignorance and arrogance seem to always walk hand in hand.
Starting a witch hunt? You forget "fear"...
gave me a head start for writing and with computers
Works for us too, except for when we ask the user what their PC's tag is so we can remotely connect, and end up trying to start an RDP session with their monitor...
If people want to tell everyone when they sit on the can, their biz. But don't expect me to tell you.
Not a Twitter user, then?
I'm sure it's just a matter of time.
So, wait.. how do you eat grapefruits?
the UN was formed AFTER WWII.
Sure, that's just what Chaplin and the dinosaurs want you to think. I bet you pronounce it "you enn" as well..?
-1, failure to recognize an Idiocracy reference.
You said it. Thought I was safe enough referring to it here.
*looks around at nascent flamewar*
Oops. Seems that idiocracy may be a little closer than I thought....
We can see how well the UN has worked out, so no thanks.
You're kidding, right? They un-nazied the world! For ever!
However, what is not tolerated, is massive scale, cannabis farming which is then sold on for huge profits (without tax being paid, are you spotting a theme here??).
That's the part that always confused me - if you're not allowed to grow it large-scale, where does all the "product" in the shops come from? Are there legalised farms as well, or something?
Plus they can offload the costs to the ISPs!
And, more importantly, the security. Given the government's track record with keeping sensitive data safe, I'm actually slightly happier about that (inasmuch as I can be said to be happy about the plan at all, which I'm not), but we're still replacing a single point of failure with multiple single points of failure...
Programmers used to batch environments may find it hard to live without giant listings; we would find it hard to use them. -- D.M. Ritchie