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  2. Just because you don't know somebody is guilty, it doesn't mean that they are not guilty. This permissible ignorance is how violent sex offenders registered "on parole" in one state simply continue their criminal ways in another state... do you truly think they register themselves there, too? NOPE!
  3. It's going to be a rough 7 1/2 years for ya then.
  4. Some of us have ridden horses all our lives, it's a blast, but that doesn't mean we don't use/like high tech transportation. And while Hyperloop would be disruptive for short haul air traffic and cargo (Russia's looking into a trans-Siberian Hyperloop for cargo), longer air routes may be up for disruption as well by suborbital routes. There are major engine advances coming, as well as sonic boom mitigation and the realization that suborbital flights can be largely un-powered coasts.
  5. I don't care why they pay just that they shouldn't be paying. Do they have an option? If you didn't back up and were losing access to your photos, documents, etc, wouldn't you pay up? Some of that stuff is irreplaceable.
  6. my colleagues are smart so i dont have a problem with that So smart that they share your efficient "single letter language". I'm very glad I don't manage your development team - asking people to explain themselves 10 times really doesn't feel worthwhile to me. I am glad u r not managing because i dont want anyone managing it who cant even understand simple things Such as a single letter response that (by your own definition) represented 3 words, which only contained a single instance of that one letter. I think it's pretty fair to say that my career and status within my firm represent that I hardly struggle with simple concepts, I simply have no time for simple people.
  7. my colleagues are smart so i dont have a problem with that So smart that they share your efficient "single letter language". I'm very glad I don't manage your development team - asking people to explain themselves 10 times really doesn't feel worthwhile to me. I am glad u r not managing because i dont want anyone managing it who cant even understand simple things
  8. What the heck? Your mentality is why new standards are created. 'Why bother with 2GBps if nothing can handle it' is like going back into the 80s and saying 'Why bother with more than 640KB of memory? Absolutely no-one will ever use it!'. Look how common USB 2.0 devices are today, it's a 17 year old standard. Look at digital radio and digital TV signals, deployed, what, 10 years ago now? All designed in the 90s. Good engineering involves planning for the future. Why invest a lot of money into making a standard that works OK for today's speeds but, maybe in 1 year maybe in 2, is seen as absolutely pathetic becuase a new technology has came along and your protocol is too slow to keep up with it? Then another transfer standard will come in to replace yours with a much better spec and suddenly your standard is useless, no-one wants it and you're yet to even make a return on the investment costs. That's why.
  9. my colleagues are smart so i dont have a problem with that So smart that they share your efficient "single letter language". I'm very glad I don't manage your development team - asking people to explain themselves 10 times really doesn't feel worthwhile to me.
  10. is there a way to remove your name in the title bar now that chrome://flags/#enable-new-profile-management is gone?
  11. You can post things to Facebook, you can send files via it's messaging app.
  12. "The virus has some advanced features, as outlined by the research group; including automatic updates, allowing the hacking group behind it to issue new updates or commands. It also allows the hacking group to 'remotely' execute specific commands and even more alarming, allow it to be deployed as a system service, which makes it harder to manage or remove." Boy, that sure is one advanced* virus trojan
  13. my colleagues are smart so i dont have a problem with that
  14. Lol, that’s like banning washing machines because they take away jobs from house cleaners. Lame, India.
  15. u seriously dont understand the S comment?? so sad. so u dont understand my reply then thats trolling?? go ahead report.. i dont care. mods will easily understand that its not trolling Unless you were attempting to correct his grammar, I don't understand it either. That makes 3 of us here. i was not correcting. I was saying yes "like software developer" i dont know why its hard to understand All that drama just for you to answer a simple question. Thank you for explaining what you meant. What language do you develop in? Just curious. like i said it was an obvious Yes answer to "like software developer?" anyway i use .net and angular js Ah, so in your world, using the single letter "s" means "Yes, software developer"? That's very efficient on the surface, but when you factor in that nobody else speaks this highly evolved language structure that you have invented it suggests that it's entirely useless and then taking almost 10 interactions before you explain yourself - those efficiency gains are fleeting memories. I do hope you strive towards such efficiency in your coding, I bet that's an absolute joy for your colleagues to manage.
  16. One of my favorite multi-player, team game. Pretty awesome.
  17. u seriously dont understand the S comment?? so sad. so u dont understand my reply then thats trolling?? go ahead report.. i dont care. mods will easily understand that its not trolling Unless you were attempting to correct his grammar, I don't understand it either. That makes 3 of us here. i was not correcting. I was saying yes "like software developer" i dont know why its hard to understand All that drama just for you to answer a simple question. Thank you for explaining what you meant. What language do you develop in? Just curious. like i said it was an obvious Yes answer to "like software developer?" anyway i use .net and angular js I'm sure it was obvious to you, but it wasn't for anyone else. Thank you for the update.
  18. Its a greenhouse and the world has known that it provokes global warming for over 100 years. "That the way the media and the hysterical environmentalists presents the so called problem is just a pile of BS." You forgot to mention all of the worlds scientific institutions but hey who cares what they think right ? "If England wants to succeed at preventing "global warming" they should forbid the Sun to shine." Except the global solar irradiance has been constant over this time. http://stephenschneider.stanfo...DF_Papers/DamonLaut2004.pdf http://www.pmodwrc.ch/pmod.php...tsi/composite/SolarConstant "Oh and forbid the ocean to naturally produce CO2." http://cdiac.ornl.gov/trends/emis/glo_2013.html "I know, I hate hot days too. But the plants love them. And the plants also love CO2 too" Sure they do but most of the excess heat goes into the oceans and coral doesn't like excess heat see coral bleaching. Have you factored this cost into your projections ? See how easy it is when the facts are on your side. Ctrl + V and argument is defeated.
  19. Normally I would agree with you , but this level of hacking is out of our league. There might be some people in China that would be able to pull it off.
  20. Graceful Explosion Machine is coming to the PlayStation 4 and PC on August 8 by Timi Cantisano Graceful Explosion Machine is a unique side scrolling shooting title that takes elements from an old school retro shooter like R-Type and adds a bit of a twist. Much like any side scrolling shooter title, you'll face a barrage of enemies with just a single space ship but will luckily have various weapons at your disposal to help you. What makes the game unique is that you won't have the ability to just shoot all your weapons whenever you feel and will need to use each one in an effective manner to have them create a meaningful effect. Your ship will be equipped with four weapons: blaster, energy sword, missiles and sniper beam - each having a different purpose. Players will use all of these weapons to create the perfect storm, performing deadly combinations, while fighting off enemies. The game has more than 30 levels across four distinct levels which make for a great challenge on its own, but also keeps things social by having a detailed ranking board that will allow players to compare their scores. The game is currently available for the Nintendo Switch, but will soon arrive on the PC and PlayStation 4 starting on August 8. Source: Vertex Pop (YouTube)
  21. Exactly, well said! No time for complaining and hating... that is left for the unemployed snowflakes and internet trolls
  22. It appears most of Europe has to wait until October for an official release! You can just use the US installer (which this is) if it suits your needs. I can't work out why the UK/Eire version is also taking that long, surely it's just the same as this US version apart from a couple of minor spelling differences?
  23. u seriously dont understand the S comment?? so sad. so u dont understand my reply then thats trolling?? go ahead report.. i dont care. mods will easily understand that its not trolling Unless you were attempting to correct his grammar, I don't understand it either. That makes 3 of us here. i was not correcting. I was saying yes "like software developer" i dont know why its hard to understand All that drama just for you to answer a simple question. Thank you for explaining what you meant. What language do you develop in? Just curious. like i said it was an obvious Yes answer to "like software developer?" anyway i use .net and angular js
  24. I work with a lot of people from Santa Clara and there are quite a few supporters of what Trump is doing for the corporations.
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