It sounds to me like you're not okay with outsiders "trying to delegitimize our system of government -- our society -- by attacking our sovereignty", but if our own political parties do the same thing by rigging primary elections it's fine with you.
Perhaps a war or a terrorist attack? What are the odds a President Trump would allow free elections to occur?
"My fellow Americans, I am postponing the election to preserve the safety of the citizens until such a time it is safe for the population".
Actually, I wouldn't put it past a President Clinton to do the exact same thing. Why else is she repeatedly blaming Russia for the email hacks and proposing a "no-fly zone" over Syria and Iraq?
I agree that Clinton is a corrupt bitch, but I also think that she would also be potentially DEVASTATING for America.
They seem to be pushing SystemD on their server OS despite documented security and reliability concerns.
You do realize that Linux is also run on servers, right?
Also, many of those servers don't have desktop environments and don't generally have random USB drives attached to them.
SystemD may or may not be suitable for the average laptop/desktop system. It is entirely unsuitable for servers, and I don't see how server operators can allow using it while maintaining relevant privacy and security certifications, particularly in the Medical and Financial sectors.
...any time they begin to focus on her, Trump loudly spouts something so outrageous that they can't help but focus on him.
It's almost as if Clinton, Trump, and the media planned it that way.
Sanders voters will bitch and moan and then vote for Hilliary.
I don't know about others, but I won't vote for a lying corporate whore. I'm leaning toward Jill Stein of the Green Party, but I may go back to the Libertarian Party.
Either way, neither Clinton nor Trump has my vote, regardless of my signature line.
Many "good guys with a gun" in a chaotic situation could easily make a bad situation much, much worse.
Don't you know? There's a "good guy with a gun" tell that they all know about.
It's kinda like "gaydar"....they just know their own kind. However, they can't explain how they know.
oops, I guess something of value WAS lost here.
There is a certain amount of "I've got mine, fuck you" going on here.
That's about as succinct a summary of the general outlook on life here in America as I've ever seen.
when there's a choice between bad and worse, we have to choose bad.
Not necessarily true. For example, sometimes the fastest way out of a burning building is to just go through the flames.
Although in this case, to continue the burning building analogy, the flames are everywhere, and the building is just about to collapse on top of us.
I'm a one-issue voter, and that issue is not opening the seventh seal and ushering in the apocalypse.
The funny thing is that I'm also a one-issue voter, but in my case it IS ushering in the apocalypse.
Let's face it; our grand experiment with representative democracy is done. It failed. Let's just burn it to the ground, salt the ashes, and hope the cockroaches do better than we did.
I don't know for sure, but I'd guess that they have a micro-cell in the store. When your phone registers with the cell (since it's the closest VZW cell to you), Verizon sends the text to you via standard SMS.
No need to get paranoid, yet...it's not that kind of advertising.
Advertising Channels are used for discovering devices, initiating connection and broadcasting data. For instance, when you go to pair a Bluetooth keyboard or speaker with one of your devices, advertising packets can let you see the name of the device before you've paired it so you can distinguish it from all the other Bluetooth devices that are within range.
Think, "Hi, everyone out there....I'm a (device) named (name)"
Most likely, the enhancements allow for longer names or more capability descriptions.
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