Two years ago I was effectively banned from posting comments to the local newspaper's comment section when they decided to require login via Facebook and I didn't (and don't) have a Facebook account. Seems like the only people that did not have Facebook accounts are the intelligent ones as the comments section now reads like a cesspool.
Anyone heard from the reporters that had video of the Turkish Government delivering truck loads of arms to the Islamic State? Or watched the videos of the Turks with artillery sitting on the hill watching the Kurds in Kobane as they were being slaughtered by Islamic State? And how about all the Kurds being massacred within Turkey even now?
Erdogan is an evil tyrant that needs to be executed, along with the rest of his governmental collaborators.
I wasted my money on a similar version and even paid for the app that was required to use my smart phone. It provides little more info than the check engine light does. It told me that I had an intermittent cylinder miss, but no more info, while my Auto X-Ray OBD2 scanner was able to show the O2 sensor signal that would intermittently go full lean, causing the computer to go full rich on the fuel, thus causing one or more cylinders to flood out.
These things provide little to no useful information needed to diagnose a problem, they just tell you a problem exists somewhere.
Ok, I'm a little confused. I thought copyright applied when the performance was recorded on a fixed medium? And were not the Super Bowl broadcasts live with no tape delay in at least the early years? Seems to me that Mr.Haupt should own any copyright on the video that his Dad created.
People that I know that download movies would not go to the theater and see the movies if they couldn't download them. They would simply never see the movies. The people are either too poor to afford to go to the theaters, or disabled and physically unable to go. Others of my acquaintance do go to the theater to see movies they enjoyed after downloading them.
What, not even a mention of the TRS-80 and their single board (the name escapes me) computer system? And all their electronic training manuals? They were a go to source for many electronic hobbyists here in flyover country, myself included.
I use uBlock, AdBlock Plus, NoScript, and Privacy Badger, and view Ars Technica with no problems and no ads.
I pay for sites that I visit frequently via their Donate buttons. I read online fiction series and contribute more than the new cost of a paperback book if I like reading the story and return for future installments.
Get back to me when bad cops are prosecuted rather than protected by the other cops, will you? And don't even get me started on all the cops seizing pot and money without filing charges and telling the non-accused "so sue me".