Re: Sorry ...
First thing I need is an autonomous keyboard.
267 posts • joined 17 Feb 2012
First thing I need is an autonomous keyboard.
... but until I can safely pour myself into a vehicle when the bar closes and catch a piece of ass on my home, it isn't autonomous as far as I'm concerned.
Get married for sex? Isn't that like buying a jumbo jet because you fancy a bag of peanuts?
... you have to consider that many people can't drive at the best of times and sleep deprivation doesn't seem to help with that.
I believe shadmeister may have been referring to private sector criminals.
People that do things like this should be sentenced to life with nothing but dial up internet access.
Pretty much fed up.
It won't make much difference whether he is in jail or a hospital, in the end.
One of the problems with this is the government had a few ideas to customize the program. One of these ideas appears to have been that instead of entering an employee's actual negotiated wage, the program would automatically enter the lowest wage possible for the position.
When it came time to roll out the program, those working with the program said it was not ready, but the executives looking to collect their bonuses said it was.So guess what happened?
To add to the fun, years before they had removed the pay advisors out of the various offices, reduced their numbers by more than half, and centralized them in a smallish town on the edge of nowhere.
Fun times. These are just a few of the highlights.
Russian voters can't affect Russian elections. Just exactly what does the NSA think it is going to do?
So let them find out they have problems the hard way, if they are going to make helping them illegal.
Old man shakes fist at clouds.
Everybody seems to be on board with registering these drones but if the topic was guns, 'Muricans would be losing their minds
How many people do drones kill every day?
It appears he may understand it a little better now
... prayer isn't working? Imagine that.
My instincts were accurate. As soon as I thought about the comments this story would attract, I got a sinking feeling. Oh well, looks like we're all in the same boat.
What happened to the people that coughed up their passwords? Would this be any different than if they had put the info on a disc or printed it out?
So, does this mean you are generally using more power and getting less range because you are hauling around a bigger battery than you may use?
If they have spilled the data of pretty much everyone, shouldn't they just monitor everyone's accounts that are affected? They know who they are, they are sending them all a letter. Or are they hoping the idea of giving them more data might be repugnant to many, keeping the uptake low?
What if I don't trust the clowns in Redmond any more than the "Microsoft division" in Bangalore that phones me, wanting to help me?
Right now, Bannon Wormtongue seems to be running things. But no worries, I hear Vince McMahon is going to be appointed Special Advisor to the President, in an effort to make the government appear more plausible.
"Gimme the coffee and no one gets hurt"
Oh wait a sec, that was a girl I used to live with. Maybe i should have picked a better example.
AC: The Americans may be dumb, but they are smart enough to know that when it comes to playing at war, you don't want to be the home team.
More like a war on low drug prices. If it wasn't illegal, there would be little profit in it. What is the street price of zucchini? When is the last time you heard about shootouts and murder because of coffee?
His comment doesn't exclude the idea that someone else made the tapes and now possesses them.
... to have this stuff out where there is a chance to see it? Even if through some remote chance all this sort of material was removed, it still won't get rid of the ideology. It will just make these people harder to find. The message will still make the rounds and as long as foreign bombs fall on their countries, recruiting will be easy.
A little insurance is always a good idea.
Would people blazing away in an airplane be a good idea?
"Sire! The peasants are revolting!"
"You can say that again!"
About #10: "Some stories are intentionally false"
Isn't that what the whole deal here is about? We know there are fake stories; a fat lot of good it does to tell us that.
He is just switching alligators for crocodiles. Anyone who is surprised by this shouldn't be allowed to vote.
Shouldn't they be banning known explosive carriers such as platform shoes and underwear?
Maybe someone should tell the Patent Office about this new thing called "google"? At least a couple of the 151,000,000 hits appear to be pertinent.
Safest place in the world to go online? I thought North Korea had a firm grip on that distinction.
If gangbangers were murdering children, the NRA would tell us all about it. It seems to be kids finding loaded guns and playing with them, injuring either themselves or their playmates. It is surprising how often it is a preschooler.
The advantage of using HBO are lovely people" is the unlikelyhood of any prior art existing.
And here I thought they were happy because they reduced violence and spurious complaints.
Funny that they don't get cameras from the same place as the other police forces that are rather happy with them. The RCMP's experience seems to be fairly unique.
I guess they can't really blame it on the Russians.
Some rules will stop them because everybody knows the police always obey the law.
Even if this aircraft did everything that was promised, it would still be a useless piece of crap. I can't believe anyone is buying them. No lift, no speed, no range.
Looks like they might be all washed up and it's time to fold.
How about I don't want any Zucking help, whether AI or doofus generated? And how many times do I have to tell you I want to see most recent posts, not what you call "top stories".
I think instead of a priest, they should try taking a video. That usually gets rid of inexplicable type events.
I think I'd want to see that before I started buying in.
If you don't have enough evidence, lower the standards. They have already done this here in the Northern Colony. Criminal courts and those pesky judges wanting evidence were a bit of a snag sometimes so they formed their own justice system with their own police and courtrooms using the civil standard of proof. Probable is as good as proof anywhere else.
@ Dave: It is good to have something to deal with those extreme cases, but my concern here is crime with no actual complainant. You could be having a conversation with someone where neither of you are offended, and have some creeper dropping a dime for revenge or just sport.
I think the only informant should be the person that is being wronged. Then you just have to hope the police can tell the difference between a problem and someone being a twat.
I think that covers it.
wat: I believe the plan is that Pence will be in charge of day to day presidenting while Trump pictures his role as loose cannon at large.
... if Hillary has done everything that everybody has ever accused her of, and maybe kicked a few puppies besides, she still wouldn't be as big a menace as Trump. And don't get me wrong, I like puppies. On the other hand, Hillary? Let's just say she is the least worst option available.
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