And this is IT related how?
Is any 'news' that comes from a web site therefore IT related?
17 posts • joined 8 Aug 2007
>>> Reminded me of those silly "Don't Mess With Texas" road signs
Maybe you don't understand all three meanings of those signs?
1. Don't litter in Texas
2. Don't enter into a war against Texas
3. Don't go into or have anything to do with Texas
Between the three possible meanings they offer something that is valid for everyone.
I used to use eBay, but found that Craigslist is so much better that eBay is just obsolete. If I were trying to find or sell some exotic item that needed a national audience it might be worth dealing with eBay, but with a little extra work you could probably still get better results on Craigslist even then.
I was told to take off my tie pin once when boarding a flight because it looked like a gun. It was a bronze, 2 inch replica of an 1894 Winchester rifle. I asked if they thought I might hijack the plane with it, and they said their policy stated that images of guns could not be worn. I turned the tie clip around so the deadly Winchester was on the inside and not showing and they said that would be fine.
This was 30 years ago in the southwestern USA.
A hundred years from now we will be very, very advanced technologically and spoiling for a fight. It takes a long time for the signals to cross space, and a long time for an alien invasion fleet to travel to us. If we want action in the future we have to send the invitations now.
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