Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: So... To all pirates who think 6 Strikes can't work...
I understand that the menus are likely programmed in Java, a lot of things are. I don't want to sound like I'm questioning that at all. I just want you to figure out which you really mean and stick to that one.
Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: So... To all pirates who think 6 Strikes can't work...
The US justice system is reminding me of Cardassian law more and more every day.
Under Cardassian law, guilt was confirmed prior to Court proceedings – the trials themselves served only as a way to demonstrate the wrongdoing of the defendants and to illustrate the consequences of their alleged criminal behavior. Defendants were provided with legal counsel merely to help them "concede" the "wisdom" of the state's judicial process, as well as help them to admit guilt and express "proper" remorse. (Memory Alpha)
Yes, Smith and Wesson makes some money off murder.
Yes, trenchcoat manufacturers make some money off shoplifting.
Yes, casinos make some money off money laundering.
Yes, rope makers make some money off kidnapping.
Seeing a pattern here? You would be laughed out of town if you were to suggest that any of these manufacturers were dedicated to that purpose because of the pitiful amounts of money they make on it compared to the myriad of legitimate ones. Well, some people would argue about the guns, but the point stands.
Re: Re: Re: Mike Mansick....you were initially right about Greenspan...but not here.
...the papers' dimensions match the envelope they are stored in.
Sorry, but am I just insanely confused (and mostly ignorant about paper), or are you arguing here that the paper needs to be bigger (9.25x12.5 vs 8.5x11) so that it fits in the envelope? In my experience the smaller something is, the easier I can get it into an envelope.
Come on guys, could we just stop it with these? They add nothing, lower the level of the discussion, and are frankly more annoying than the posters they're intended to insult. All they do is egg on the qualities we wish would go away.
I find it easier just to assume that everyone's an FBI agent.
Random anonymous commenter? FBI agent.
Person signed in with a witty username? FBI agent.
Nathan Fillion doing an AMA on Reddit, with pictures and confirmation from his Twitter? Oh cool, when did the FBI hire Nathan Fillion?