Tomacco might work.
Tomacco might work.
that's just a side-effect of the chemtrails.
Then he should have the integrity to say so rather than claim that he doesn't have the power to grant a pardon when he knows full well that he can.
I agree completely, it's sad to see that the puppets are either swamping the moderator controls or worse still, actually influencing real moderators and commentators to the point that anti-AGW appears to be the more popular stance even on slashdot.
Also, I don't believe industry is going to be able to deny AGW forever. I'd bet that industry heads are doing everything they can to kick the can down the road so that by the time the evidence is truly overwhelming they (as individuals) have collected their bonuses and are out of the picture in terms of personal prosecution so that it is their future replacements who are left standing when the music stops.
It's publicly available is not a good argument or excuse to vacuum it all up and analyse/monitor childrens social media.
Helpful in an active shooter scenario? If your incidence of active shooter scenarios are so high as to make this a significant reason to spy on kids then maybe spend the money to actually solve the active shooter problem.
It could pick up cries for help or threats of self harm/harming others...There is a cost to benefit judgement here that I feel the cost (kids privacy) is way too high but YMMV.
The NSA and whoever else do worse so why not have schools do a subset on students is a terrible reason.
A covert surveillance tool monitoring your nations children operated by police liaison stationed on school grounds.
For their own safety of course. (Well "mostly" for their safety. No mention of what the other motivations might be).
This isn't a slippery slope. This is halfway down the mountain heading for a cliff sliding at full speed.
Do people really choose an SUV so that if they crash into a smaller car they will be better off than the people in the smaller car?
Maybe some people do. I'm sure for most it is due to things like a) more room for passengers+luggage b) higher ride height for visibility c) "offroad" capability (whether that actually gets used or not) etc.
Don't you hate it when you are stuck using grep to find things?
It would be so much quicker if you could just use windows search. Someone should create a windows search emulator for unix.
But if you pick the data that shows your argument best your whole point can end up getting ignored due to "cherry picking" and "massaging data" no matter whether the whole data set shows the same trend or not. Or at least so I have been told.
You need some form of citation to show there is a lot of money in the oil business?
132 billion in a single years profits (2015) including only the top ten companies combined.
Viacomm 2015 gross earnings $6.18 billion.
Mattel 2015 gross earnings $2.8 billion.
For an individual earning $100,000 gross income that equates to roughly to $8 and $9 fines respectively*. That will really teach them to think twice about breaking federal law by enabling tracking of children through their sites. What a joke.
* that's assuming the individual is taxed at the same rate as the corporations. Which they aren't. So the relative amount is even lower.
Also solar energy is not renewable because it will one day go supernova.
Although at that point we will have bigger fish to fry, so to speak.
It's almost like the majority of players who put up their hard earned cash for this game aren't wisened old neckbeards like yourself...
What sort of percentage of monthly income do you think $60 is for a 17 year old?
I'll give you a hint. It's a significant amount.
The Distribution of Ages of No Man's Sky Players
Sample Size: 1799
Average Age: 25
Mode (Most popular age): 17
Second most popular age: 18
Third most popular age: 21
Keep your boss's boss off your boss's back.