people like you
I originally pledged to vote for Sanders, however after he conceded victory to Clinton I switched my ticket to the green party and voted for Jill Stein because she pledged to reign in wall street and protect US Jobs from H1B abuse and trade deregulation.
nice try though.
it would allow hostile entities to discover the current intelligence gathering methods used
news flash: that six months of PR Hell after the San Bernadino shooting? that was broadcast across the world. they already know damn well to avoid the iPhone.
the question is, just how long will you keep this exploit to yourself, in the hopes that nobody else knows it, only to randomly find out its been used against you.
This first-of-its kind SXSW discussion will shed light on how the world's oldest and largest community is adapting to and leveraging new media to encourage a new form of disruption: one guided by understanding, empathy and compassion.
or...more realistically, this was shoehorned in at the behest of an investor, program director, or local community/government representative because Jesus saves and this is Texas.
VMWare is dead last in cloud; youll barely find them supported in openstack. They release almost none of their software as open source. and theyre actively involved in quashing a lawsuit that implicates their theft of busybox.
Yes, it is true that people that use their system's default browser tend to be dumb. These people are statistically poorly performing employees, and some companies avoid hiring them. So even if you use MSIE or Edge as your browser, you should use something else when submitting your resume.
Fascinating. Sounds exactly like the kind of positive reinforcement I would love to believe.
"A study of 20,000 workers showed that more honest people tend to perform better and stay at the job longer. For some reason, however, they make less effective salespeople."
So where is the study? Who did it? Was it the author with ants?
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