I'm sure most British taxpayers would hope the unemployed they financially support were not spending their days ripping off those who work for a living (software employees).
Thank you for making that point. Dan Bull is trying to utilize TBP to make money so he doesn't have to collect unemployment. What? You don't like the way he's trying to make money? Why? Because you're not getting a cut?
and am currently enjoying the 01 - Sharing Is Caring (Original Trilogy Box Set) [Explicit] version. I'm going to tell people at the call center about it. Incidentally, I saw a post from someone at http://itsdanbull.com/single/ saying they were not able to purchase the song from Amazon. They are in Holland. Move along! Nothing to see here.Language some may consider inappropriate there will be.
of the model, the fact that it involves many useless steps, and yet again found a way to waste money on fuel (shipping? really?), I can only conclude that this was designed by a civil service agency, Congressional Committee, or military contractor.
I may not personally have the credentials to tell you what a hack you are, but I was raised to firmly reject sensationalism and self-centered, phony journalism, and you really take the cake when it comes to self-centered phony sensationalistic journalism.
So you don't watch NBC news or its affiliates then, right?The only thing worse than sensationalist journalism is journalism that ignores the truth, which can be done very easily by twisting facts. Something trolls excel at.
Having the US pass a law to try to save them the trouble of using the other countries laws seems stupid.
Isn't it less expensive than invading?
They overreach constantly, trying to create new versions of the law that exist only in their own minds.
Creating a giant firewall for the US is completely against what the US government preaches for everyone else, and pretty much shits on the Constitution.
For me, as an IT professional, this is not even the scary part. They want to put up a firewall that doesn't block hackers and on top of that, fuck with DNSSEC. Allowing these butt puppets to make laws concerning internet access is like giving a 2 year old a footlocker full of hand grenades.After all, just because 30 Heifers agree, doesn't mean it's OK, or should even be tolerated.
I write to my elected(well, sortof) representatives Maria Cantwell (D) WA, Patty Murray (D) WA, and Jay Inslee (D) WA every time the PATRIOT Act comes to the floor; and all I get in response is the same form letter saying essentially "Terrorists Bad! Be Afraid! Privacy and Freedom are Small Sacrifices!" All the while, they're passing around The Constitution in the Congressional Water Closets when they run out of TP.P.S. Is it just me, or is that argument getting old? "Antagannoyed" Copyright 2011 Unanimous Cow Herd_______________________________________ After all, thirty cows agree!
I got a rather speedy response from my congressman's office. It included a 24 page PDF from the CRS titled "The Proposed Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement: Background and Key Issues. This is dated March 12, 2011. It centers around the usual assumptions (however incorrect) in the "Rationale" portions. Still reading the rest. Mod or Admin can email me if they want a copy to post here.
Paywall Project Cost Breakdown:
Line 1= 2 presidents, 5 Vice Presidents, 8 Committee members, over the course of X months:= 39.5 million.Line 2= Programmer to code the wall 100K. Line 3= Catered lunches for everyone in Line 1:=350K.Line 4= Consultations with Hooters girls :=50K