Why are you using an analogue line?
I had one last week where they said they were calling about a problem with my computer. When I asked which one, they told me it was either my laptop or my desktop. I told them to try harder and hung up.
I immediately regretted not spending the time to really mess with them.
They "can" buy more "pipes" (do you mean tubes?) but they don't because they essentially have monopolies and know people will pay them for internet regardless because there is no other option.
Where are all these mom and pop ISPs?
That means all of the Star Trek and Star Wars fan stuff also needs to go away.
Should Disney go after the Star Wars kid?
What about the people working on finishing a 5th season of Trek?
Saban got a lot of free publicity, and nobody thinks that it is low quality enough to have been made by Saban. They should take the free publicity and do something cool with a brand they aren't doing much with.
Aside from the huge privacy issues, I'm even more concerned that they would screw up collecting it. Everyone sheds DNA. Who is to say that the DNA they collect is actually from the person they think it is? DNA gets all mixed together after it leaves a person's body.
Yes, I know that if you are arrested for something because they screwed up, it is easy enough to give them some real DNA to clear your name, but how long until they do that on purpose in order to legitimately collect some? What legal recourse would you have?
If the terrorists at the school were using phones belonging to someone completely unaffiliated with them, how would having her fingerprints have done a damned thing?
You know people are way too paranoid about terrorists when they move to stop "explosive growth" in an industry.
If we don't spend so much money on the military, we would have a lot more to spend on science. It's a pretty easy link to see.
I hear that worked really well on Miranda. No reavers at all.
It'll be playing at some of the Regency theaters in southern California as well.
62% to "nearly 70%"
That could easily be 66% and optimism.
Back up now.
The key elements in human thinking are not numbers but labels of fuzzy sets. -- L. Zadeh