I will second TheLastCzarnian. This kind of misinformation is spread about by both sides of the political fence. Left, right, center, it does not matter. If it does not fit their agenda(read, corporate agenda) it will be spun to suit. Go on a different tangent and ask any career politician who is corporate sponsors are. Who "lobbies" the hardest or who backs their campaigns. Everyone of them will lie to you in the blink of an eye. It is time to stop this bipartisan bullshit and actually think about our country in an objective and clear manner. I see poll after poll show that even in states that lean one direction or the other, most people sit just to either side of the centrist viewpoint. However, you have extremes on both sides(although for me, the Conservatives tend to scream the loudest) that spout their Ideology and make mainstream news. Until and unless we as a people actually say enough is e-fucking-nough, we will continue to be trampled over and ignored in favor of money and power.
There is a saying. "Knowledge is power." My response to this, is if knowledge is power, why are some of the most powerful people so ignorant.
OK, fucktard, since you obviously fail at any level of basic logic and mathematical comprehension, I will try to 'splain it to you one more time.
The algorithm that Google is using is a tool. In and of itself it is a piece of code used to take input from users in a given region(google.com, google.cn, etc...) who are searching for subjects and then present this information back to other users who start a search that matches previous searches.
It is not Google's responsibility to nanny the users of the world and their search topics. They are simply aggregating them and presenting this information back to other users who search for similar topics.
If you put flour, milk, sugar, yeast, etc...into a blender you get dough. You cannot change this output unless you change the input(i.e. the ingredients). Output is dependent on the input. It is really simple. Hell, I have met 3yr old children who understand this concept better than you do.
Ahhh...but there is the crux of this crappy suit. She was already lying here most likely and posting her DOB to match listing on IMDB. Now...once the SSN is given and linked to Tax documents and background checks, she would still be linked to her correct age, but if she is working for shady ass, two bit B rated productions, they may be paying under the table as well.
I think it would be absolutely hilarious if her financials were investigated for tax evasion/fraud.
Many of the more recent neighborhoods in the large metropolitan areas of Texas(Dallas, Fort WOrth, Houston, Austion, etc..) have HOAs. And a goodly portion of them are relatively expensive in dues. Unfortunately, they also tend to be minor dictatorships as well. There was a case in Frisco where a homeowner purchased a new Ford F150(with extras like nicer wheels, upgraded exterior, etc..). His HOA fined him as their Rules prohibited vehicles below a certain class from being parked in front of the homes. In other words, because it was a pickup truck(most popular vehicle in most of Texas), it was prohibited. There were a few local articles and news pieces about it. Many highlighted that had he spent 15K more for a Lincoln Mark LT(essentially a fancy Ford F150) or a Cadillac Escalade EXT(Chevy Avalanche dressed up) he would have been within the "rules". I don't remember the outcome to this one, but it shows the petty BS that goes on with HOAs.
As a side note, my community has an HOA. Dues are less than $25/month and cover shared areas and two pools. For the most part it is pretty relaxed with only mild petty crap, so I consider myself lucky. There are even a few with much higher costs that include yard maintenance, water parks and other amenities with the dues. Not all are bad, but it definitely seems most are, and unfortunately, the State and Local laws protect them more than they protect the homeowners.
As a Texan, I am repeatedly disappointed by a large number of the political idiots that push themselves out into the public view. To explain this one's ignorance, he was elected to serve Eastern Texas, as in Tyler, TX...home to one of the most ignorant of the federal court systems in the country.
Just listening to him speak made me want to ram rusty 10 penny nails thru my ears.
Freaking wonderful! Just when I thought to lunatics in my states legislature could not get any worse. Between Rick Perry and this jack wagon, I am running out of reasons to love the state I live in. I sincerely hope that this crap gets shot down.
Again with the ignorant and inane attacks on one side of our fecked up political/social system.
The cause for this clearly falls back onto both sides of the spectrum. The current overreach in all facets of life were started and are being upheld by both ends.
Corruption and Stupidity have no boundaries(or limits unfortunately). Please keep trollish crap like this to yourself. I does nothing to further the intelligent discussion. And yes the parody statements above are still intelligent as they clearly took rational thought to create.
This is exactly why no one on here(or likely any forum you stain with your presence) takes anything you say with any level of seriousness. You are willfully blind to anything resembling logic, common sense, etc... You are the epitome of what is wrong with the US and the world in general. It does not matter who you support or don't support. Your uninformed and most time, unformed opinions are rarely ever backed by significant facts or statistics.
Please for the love of all that is sane, intelligent and generally decent in this world, get over your crush on Mike, the Tims, and Leigh. The rest of us would like to continue reading/discussing(intelligently) the topics that are presented here.
Enough with this inane crap trying to polarize this to one particular party/politician.
IIRC, GWBush instituted this particular version of privacy invasion. Obama has upheld/renewed it, but he did not start it. Many of the current BS in regards to invasion of privacy and erosion of rights began very soon after 9/11, this means the "laws" were created/implemented by GW and what ever jackasses were in Congress at that time.
Please understand, Obama is not blameless, he could have pushed to reduce or overturn these ridiculous "laws".
However, he did not and neither have enough of the Republican or Democratic politicians. The entire government is corrupted by the power and prestige of their offices. Even those who on occasion, vote for worthwhile issues and cause(however they impact you or yours).
So nice to see it took the better part of a day for you to respond. Did you finally tire of the twitterverse? Or have you run out of aliases and the bots are getting overloaded trying to respond?
Please enlighten us.
This stupid jack ass won't even let the reporter speak. Keeps asking to speak with his boss, the reporter agrees to let him speak to his boss, but when the reporter tries to say he anything, Hess just overrides him with more empty legal bullshit.
Talk about someone with a serious sense of self importance. He keeps referencing people who have complained, but I will lay odds that the people who have complained are his little toadies.
Well in the case of my oldest child, the district where he attends school issues netbooks to Middle school and High school students. As it would be cost prohibitive to install the required network drops in addition to the additional network gear, using a protected WiFi system was the best and most cost effective solution.
I have assisted in projects at my employer to expand office space and install additional network drops and gear. When you factor the hourly rate for the wiring techs, the cost of cabling and accessories, and the network gear to expand the network to accommodate the expansion, adding just 30 cubes can easily run into tens of thousands of dollars.
Now expand that to a multi-room school and you can see that the cost to wire it would easily reach into 6 figures.