Mine is 'flesh'.
2573 posts • joined 18 Sep 2009
Mine is 'flesh'.
You're more sensible than I am. At one time, all of the answers to my security questions were strings of obscenities. I think I'm going to start using strings like: theresabombunderyourchair
Road & Track did one back in the 1990's ( I think...it may have been Car & Driver.) They had all of their columnists in a parking lot with cones and picked one to abstain. Everyone else drank. Their conclusion was that alcohol will impact your driving, but not necessarily in a bad way. Of course after that statement (which I've probably butchered) they said that they couldn't come out and say that .1BAC meant you were unable to drive.
What they proved was that alcohol effects everyone differently....and I agree. It make some people flinch at shadows but it makes me invincible.
Oh, and touchscreen phones are infinitely harder to touch-type on.
With my former-former Nokia phone I could touch type with my eyes closed in the dark. Doing the same while driving was easy since I could hold both the steering wheel and the phone in one hand (the other hand was for the cigarette.)
Since I upgraded to a touchscreen phone, I can send a message by hitting the microphone icon and 8 tries later...maybe...send the message. Usually, I don't bother.
As for distracted driving, two kids in the back seat is distracting. Picking up the map off of the floor is distracting. As someone said above, using a badly designed UI while driving is distracting.
The problem is that some losers' kid died and they started crying about it, and, oh, look, we can pass a fucking law. God forbid making the driving test comprehensive enough to weed out the bad drivers in the first place.
This is probably the stupidest thing I've ever heard. As I read it, it means that Sophos wouldn't be able to share information with McAfee or vice versa.
Way to go fuckwits.
The caveat to your comments "What was there being done that was actually criminal? By the laws as they were at that time which is the only way you can charge someone with anything?" is that if (and I believe they did) they had any input into any change into any regulation that allowed them to get into that position, then they should have been punished. I think Sir Terry put it best: "... Lands confiscated, house pulled down, page torn out of history."
A co-worker is someone with whom you work. A colleague is someone who works with you and vice versa.
Think about it for a minute and then decide what's wrong with society today.
Which one was in this Depeche Mode video?
I thought it was Long Term Evolution. But now I think it was just a marketing term because fuck if I know.
Ok, some of us aren't locals. What WAS going on on the 3rd? An election?
Good thing he's dead, then.
But what the hell is a nit, and why would I want 1000 of them?
Aren't they famous for executing, well, everybody. not just the messenger?
I'll finally be able to watch NRK's Minutt for Minutt recordbreaking documentary in less than a day.
Surely someone's made a joke. If they only wanted the whitest of white-hats to submit bugs, I think they've nailed it.
Windows Where The Fuck Have They Moved It To And What Is It Called This Time?
Are you sure?
So, if you modify the 'number of breasts' gene in humans to behave like those in cats, you're saying we could breed women with 6 breasts? I can just imagine a young man dieing of starvation while trying to unhook the clasps.
Hell, if we're going to modify genes, how long will it take the pornography industry to hire a man with elephant or blue whale genes?
Maybe, but eventually it will eat you.
If you mean interest on national debt, well, that's a different problem.
I agree that all of the issues (I almost said problems) are intertwined and solving them all at once is probably impossible, and solving them one at a time only exacerbates things.
My German is insufficient to read the undersea cable doc...Google translate, here I come.
Ah, the joys of English grammar.
" National security laws that require carriers to tell the government if they make any changes to their network ..."
Can you put that into context? Does this mean they can't swap failed hardware without email confirmation from the government? Does it prevent them from deploying BGP?
Dear Google, I think the US Air Force has some A-10's it wants to unload. I'm sure you could fix this problem with just a few uses.
That would be interesting.
And vice versa?
Damn, you beat me to it...
I don't foresee a second hand market for these.
That's not "police" equipment...
Or die in.
WTF? What if I stop making payments on it? Will you come take it out of the door? Or will you try to lock me out of my own house?
<pSuccessful exploitation of the problem
Not really successful...
I tried to add this to my first comment, but .... where is it?
not a clue.
is 30,00 metric? is that in base 6?
And the Justices didn't actually call the DoJ laywers idiots...but they got close.
I think that if/when this gets to the Supremes, that some disgruntled acolyte of David Snowden should show up at the courthouse with a binder detailing all of the justice's movements over the last 10 years and just hand it to one of the ACLU/EFF attorneys, and turn around and leave.
Less successful? Or less profitable?
How about c:\users\me\appdata\local\google\chrome\hidden\fuckoff\dontdeletethis\uninstall.exe
I disagree. I think this was an exceptionally pointed example of the ads referenced in the article, for once.
BTW, what's the name of the English bar with the Greek satellite receiver?
Why not use Euros? I thought that was the whole point.
If only Roy Bean was presiding...
I think having a president who will, unflinchingly, lay off 30,000 government employees would be fucking awesome.
You should file a patent application for that.
Nothing has changed. People either care, or they don't. There's not much you can do to fix the problem, except perhaps by using mass executions.
So, nothing's changed?
HA! I'm safe because I keep my booze in the bedroom.
The problem isn't that we care, or don't care, about what you're browsing. What we care about is that the data that you requested is the data that you actually receive without having been MitM'd by their ISP, the backbone carrier, the [insert evil bastards here], or your ISP. Truly, without a secure connection, you don't know what you're going to receive.
All taxes are paid by the buyer...am I the only person who understands this?
That would be COBOL.