Promising to give the trove of the former Secretary of State’s emails to the highest bidder, the specialist is showing subject lines as proof of what appear to be legitimate messages.
When a papa galaxy and a mama galaxy love each other very much...
"DES is now considered to be insecure for many applications. This is mainly due to the 56-bit key size being too small; in January, 1999, distributed.net and the Electronic Frontier Foundation collaborated to publicly break a DES key in 22 hours and 15 minutes (see chronology)."
You need to elucidate on the "lack of education" portion of your ambiguous reply. Also, have you ever heard of the term "sarcasm"?
By golly, you're right! We should end all wars and tax the rich and middle-class until they're on the welfare rolls themselves! With the surplus of cash, we can raise the level of living for the 10 percent of Americans that are below the poverty level. What a wonderful world we'll live in with the government in total control of each and everyone's purse strings!
Oh wait! That's socialism! Never mind...
We keep on giving away money to people without the understanding that what we are giving has a price attached to it. Do we even worry about the effect that it's having on the very people that are receiving it?
Should we, (being givers), not teach those that receive our generosity what it means to be a recipient? Why do we have 6 generations of welfare recipients with each generation that's added not caring in the least where the money is coming from?
I walked from Potomac Avenue to the Navy Yard yesterday and came upon an entire community that relies upon government funded housing. They just hang out all day in a small park chatting with one another. They don't look like they're incapable of any sort of work.
I've worked for my living from the age of twelve to the present (decades, I won't say how many). Should I go and join them for awhile and see what it's like to have all my troubles taken care of by the government?
I'm just confused about all of this.
I'm with you. Consider what happened to Jeffrey Dahmer. All nice and legal, no extreme waiting times on death row...
Consider the postage stamp: its usefulness consists in the ability to stick to one thing till it gets there. -- Josh Billings