Re: some things to consider, commenting from your nice safe keyboard
You're horrible and have this all wrong.
No beer for you.
232 posts • joined 8 Aug 2018
Could be useful once fleshed out with custom thresholds etc though I have a mental image of a user seeing the restriction message, not reading a single word of it, and immediately ringing IT about an "email error" and how they absolutely need to send this picture of their cat but the email is broke.
Yes, the real story is this being hidden information at all.
Not sure hacking hackers solves much, or fosters the attitude we want.. But it's shocking that this article misses the trick that it's information that should definitely be out there.
That's the real tale.
Being in the middle of nowhere in the UK, I've found Moovit unreliable.
One of our bus lines was cancelled, and it was showing it as a valid route for six months. During which time I contacted them and showed them the route cancellation notice on my local (now useless) stop, and a link to Stagecoach's article on the route closing.
More recently, Moovit told me I could get off a bus on a stop that doesn't, physically, exist (the stop is on a main road surrounded by fields - there's no pavement, no room to stand, and no stopping!)
I hope this takeover improves their data integrity. Which, to be fair, is brilliant 95% of the time.
But obviously works off the same data as Google Maps et al, and needs to be more receptive to feedback.
So what teeth do they have, in terms of following up, identifying and shutting down?
Most of my spam seems American in target, essentially shilling health care, an Orwellian nightmare. Let me guess, the jurisdiction is limited to our shores...
(and then there is the question of efficacy)
"If the United States gets attacked with a nuclear weapon, it won’t be from a government at all, but it will be a bunch of bad guys carrying a weapon in a suitcase or in a car or in a truck or something of that kind. You won’t even know where it comes from. "
While I agree with the sentiment, it's a shame such a vaunted genius is perpetuating the myth of the suitcase nuke or dirty bomb.
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Passengers get harassed AND the "employees"?
What a toxic company. Hope it gets shut down SOON.
A few local firms have borrowed the general idea of Uber - book via app, anywhere! - and they're licensed and stick to their geographic area. But without the moral baggage of giving to an evil company.
Support local businesses - Uber can get fscked
Good man for the Private Eye shout out! The Tory treasurer is dodgy, having been in a business with a man described as "Putin's wallet", by... Their third business partner!
Ask if you're happy that the Treasurer of the government's party is.
1) not a British national (doesn't bother me personally, but some might take umbrage)
2) Not in any sense elected (this one is not good)
3) hired to drum up funds when he has proven in court links to Russia
Naturally, he's already been knighted.
The trick is to use DirectX and not their rotten Vulkan API. Also be careful with what anti-aliasing options you choose... everything else is on high or ultra
Also there's a bug with, specifically, Nvidia graphics cards causing pauses. Yikes.
I've got a brand new Ryzen CPU and AMD graphics card to match, so suspect that's why I'm getting smooth-as-butter performance.
Even started to mod it - put in a basic trainer, and spawned a load of dogs in the camp. I went to bed - woke up - and the dogs were still roaming the camp! Now that's GOTY material.
Could be that Atheist is a definite belief: "No"
No religion could be "don't know (agnosticism), "don't care"...
Granted, it would make more sense to lump it ALL under No Religion, but yes, atheism is distinct simply because it is a definite "belief" in an answer vs not knowing / caring / identifying as something.
Three distinct groups then:
Is there a God:
This idea aside you're voting for further deaths, be it Grenfell again or homelessness or Universal Credit or the NHS being sold off.
Vote for who you want, but do weigh up everything.
But you're not being straight with us, as you think the Tories aren't getting us in massive debt! You're too partisan to trust, even if calling New Labour "socialist" wasn't enough of a clue.
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