Re: While I agree the speaker of the house shouldn't leave the US
Or, as somewhere suggested, let them get to Afganistan or Greece and then revoke the authorization and the plane.
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But I think these two twins should wait about 6 months and re-run their experiment, comparing not only the new tests to the new test, but also to the old tests.
If possible, they should also try to get at least a dozen pairs of identical twins and submit them as well.
Some twins in the U.S. need to do this as well so that we can have DNS tests accuracy actually demonstrated to the courts.
Bullshit. No spammer is going to try haking some minor-caste in India who makes $1650/year. There'd be no fucking point. 66% of senators and 41% of House members are millionaires, so wouldn't that be a fucking nice target for ....just about everyone? In addition, they write laws, I'm sure they don't read them because some of them seem to have trouble making sense, even when trying to read from a prepared statement, so if you could change sentence by adding a 'not' or add a decimal place, wouldn't that be a fucking joke.
Yes you can sell copies of the Mona Lisa. It was painted in 1503 or 1504. Leonardo da Vinci lived until 1519, so, life + 70 as currenty copyright in the EU is means that the copyright expired in 1574. This means, as long as you aren't selling them as originals by L. da Vinci, you've been able to sell copies for over 440 years.
This explains why m.theregister.co.uk stopped working over the holidays.
On my tablet, which has a screen 1/4 the size of my laptop but twice the resolution, there's no way to force El Reg into dumb mode because it thinks I've got a 42" monitor...
Congratulations, any more advances like this and you'll be qualified to work for Microsoft.
Some time between 1988 and 1992, we replaced our Honeywell DPS-8/70 with a Honeywell-Bull Dual DPS-90.
So, the system has been installed (that was fun, too), and its running. Honeywell-Bull flies a group of sales and engineering folks to our location to try to sell us ARES, their relational database product that's just been release. The computer room's on the first floor, and the dog-and-pony show is going on in the 3rd-floor conference room. And....the system crashes. Of course, this interrupts the activities on the 3rd floor, so when the sytem administrator, who was my boss, comes in to the computer room, he's followed by one of the OS developers. My boss picks up the phone and calls support. When he explains what has happened, and what the error message says, he's met with disbelief. Now, on the DPS-90, the operator console is actually semi-intelligent, so he hits return enough times to advance the console log far enough out of the console printer to read the last line, and he then reads "......YOU CAN'T GET HERE" to support. After they again dismiss his description, he calls the very conveniently on-site OS developer and hands him the phone and says 'you tell them what it says.' The OS dev tells the support person who he is, that the error does, in fact, read 'you can't get here', and to please transfer him to so-and-so, who we find out later was the author of one of the main subsystems. He then explained the situation: hardware - Dual '-90, 6 FEPs, etc; the software: CP-6 (don't remember which version, probably E00), and the error message; and can he please find it and call us back with a recommendation,and he hangs up. We got a call about 20 minutes later with a suggestion to check some physical connection in a specific cabinet (I don't recall whether it was a connection to the tape controller or disk controller), and lo-and-behold, there was a connector that was only secured on one end and had begun to pull apart at the other end.
After reconnecting, and securing, that connection, we were able to boot the sytem normally.
Did that already...
On a different note, is this going to impact the mastectomy survivors page that has the women, from very young and attractive to quite old and not-so-much, some of them nude, breast-less and proud to be alive and female, to the ones dressed as Amazonian single-breasted archers, replete with star-shaped scars on their chest where their breast had been. All of these images are both porn (at least to me) and at the same time a celebration of continued life after the big C...cancer.
Why in hell would they need to know what the screen is displaying? All they have to do is add a small +- random value, generated each time you turn it on or after 24 hours, to every reading that gets displayed/printed/logged/etc, and viola, your osciloscope is useless and your products are going to be garbage.
All of them have been Samsing Galaxy Tab S's. The first stopped taking a charge, the 2nd was sat on and looks like a 'v',the third was lost, the 4th was stepped on and looks like a 'u'. Along with #4, i got one for my better half. With #3, i got one for her girl as a graduation present.
I love the highres display and will probably get a bluetooth keyboard/mouse this year. The reason for that is that I can use my tablet, vpn and rdp software, and not have to carry a laptop when i'm on call.
I'd like to put one in each of my vehicles for google maps, and by every flatscreen for casting, but the price is too steep...
You missed the part they they both were probably lying.
To me, there's no difference between lying by omission and lying because you no longer remember what was actually said or done. I, personally, don't trust my memory as far as I can throw it (which is about 6 feet.)
What it really does is take control of DNS out of local administrators' hands and forces even tiny companies to use https proxies to prevent this traffic from reaching its end-point.
In one network I manage, they use OpenDNS. In order to insure that every machine in the company uses the opendns proxies, only the DC's and those proxies are allowed to make dns queries to the internet, everyone else will get a timeout. if they move to DoH, I'll have to stand up a https proxy and then reject DoH traffic.
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