Nope, I had this problem on Linux few months back. And that was when I ditched FF for good. There is no reason for FF to exist, they even copy the look and feel of Chrome, it is just the shittier version of Chrome written by incompetent Mozilla.
I just don't like the presumption that every woman who dares to claim rape must be a lying slut who is making a false accusation...which is a large part of the arguments made herein.
You have @Fox levels of reading comprehension.
Are you suggesting that a woman's account of a rape might be credible, even if there is no physical evidence to back up her statement?
He's confusing personal belief with courtroom convictions, though. Which is why I'm arguing against him. There's a big difference between whether I personally believe someone, and whether I'm ready to convict who they've accused.
I have never confused an accusation with the proof necessary for conviction. I merely want to know why everyone from the cop to the jury assumes the woman is never credible by her own word.
Rape, on the other hand, can be alleged without any evidence that a crime has occurred.
Dodge, dodge, dodge. Meet the question: Should the woman's allegation be presumed true or false?
Need more information: If we investigate in order to acquire proof in order to bring the villain to justice, are we presuming truth or falsity?
Neither. But our perception of credibility has a huge effect on what type of investigation will be pursued. If a cop thinks every woman's account is not credible, why would we expect him to "waste a lot of time" trying to prove his impression wrong? And, no matter the evidence, if the jury thinks the woman is not credible then they will not convict.
And if the people of the jury (yourselves) are prejudiced to assume a woman's account is never credible then what would you expect be the result?
Que hace' campeon! raro ver a otro argento por aca.
she's a drunk, seriously, i fear for a lot of things she's planning to do. but this thing in particular? science fiction.
the really scary thing is what they are doing with the electronic voting, specially when they passed a regulation to jail anyone who tries to do research on it.(also, having in mind, that they already impounded all the electronic devices of a security researcher (sorry, more spanish sources )
And what's even worse, people will support this because if you don't, that means you are supporting the previous government that stole an entire GDP.
is just making it worse, right now there's no third option, but mainly because no one thinks it's posible to not be with one or the other. as for me, i don't like neither, and it's really hard to not tell everyone to fuck off when they alternatively try to pin me to one or the other side.
I'm becoming more and more convinced that the actual eye-for-an-eye ruling described in Leviticus is the best way to handle any sort of suit, civil or criminal. If the suit is found to be true, then the perpetrator is punished; but if the suit is found to be fabricated, then the accused is let off and the false accuser receives the punishment that would have been applied had the suit been true.
Sounds reasonable. No dropped cases though, or jury not guilty verdicts: the fabrication must be proven beyond a reasonable doubt.
@dse How would I be responsible? I'm British and therefore not eligible to vote between the criminal or the buffoon.
Very easily! Immigrate here (illegally of course) and vote for the criminal, that would be business as usual! Buffoons are elected only once in a blue moon, but soon leave with cloudy mushroom that reaches to the moon.
And thank you fir demonstrating why I feel this category is necessary
@Fox I don't know if there was anything in 2, but there were the codec calls in 3, and 4 straight up said he was.
But they flip a lot around in 4.
Basically they tie boss (the woman) in 3 to starting a resistance that is revealed 4 with big boss and eva now leading it, and then everything you knew about the organization solid snake was working for.... pretty much backwards.
No, he was still just an ass. And Vamp was also an ass too. Ocelot was keeping things under control, and "protecting" Solid Snake, like he "protected" Big Boss. The organization you fought in MGS1,2, and 3 were still bad.
It's just the organizations in MG1-x were actually the good guys.
Think of it like MGS1/2 bad guys were the suicide squad. MGS3 bad guys were Bane from Dark Knight Rises. And the "good guys" foxhound in MGS 1/2 were the Red Skull infiltrated SHIELD in Captain America 2.
Headcanon is that they were bad guys and the "good guys" were actually the good guys.
Considering that a Tauros can fit in there, the pokeball is obviously a TARDIS.
Pokeballs shoot a red laser at the target that shrinks/turns into data a living creature. They can then be shrunk down to a smaller size to go on belts. This is stuff people have known since episode 1.
I'm looking for instructions for how to setup [feature]. It says I'm supposed to put a user control on a screen, and this user control has the interface to access the feature.
What user control? We didn't use a user control.
Ok, but the feature redirects the datasource. That's why the user control is there, as a convenience to developers so they don't have to copy that code everywhere, and it provides the interface to the feature.
We just altered the connections configuration so it rerouted the data.
Ok, but, how did you handle the UI?
Bob said you were asking about connection config? We didn't do that, we just put files in controller application director subfolders intead of the server subfolders. The UI connection config handles that.
That doesn't even make sense, but ok. What files? How did you provide the UI on the screens to the feature's functions? Without modifying the screens?
Ok, let me make this simple. Please fill in these blanks:
You created a separate server.
You put the data files [ location] under the controller application directory.
You connect the controller application to that system.
You open a screen, the information on that screen shows the new data source instead of old one.
UI window pops up giving you access to the features functions.
Can posts be moved from one thread to another? If so, just move 100 (or 50 or whatever number works) at a time.
To move posts to an existing topic, it must be done 1 at a time. Fuck you.
I'm sorry. I didn't mean to set you off. I don't know the capabilities of the system, so I was just asking if it was possible, and if it were, offering a suggestion. I guess I can see how that could be taken as condescension/ridicule that you hadn't thought of that already, but that was not my intent in any way. I sincerely apologize.
Around here, if a mod or admin doesn't tell you to fuck off, you are
But that could be dangerously close to doing their jobs.
Vladimir Putin is facing trespassing charges.Not Vladimir Putin, the President of Russia. But Vladimir Putin of West Palm Beach.Police responded to a Publix supermarket following a report of a man screaming at employees.Managers tried to get Putin to leav
Err, pls no. It's annoying in this context but I'd really rather not have to reach all the way to the top of my 6" screen to get the hamburger menu. If it's even there... I usually need to scroll up too.
Yeah. My personal wish list for this issue:
Option to prevent auto-hiding the top menu bar
Option to prevent swipe-to-open options bar thing
If we're not going to display the darn title in the top menu bar in Mobile, at least move the pager/infiniscroll thing up into it.
Thunderstaff (Stormborn, Level 1 - 8 per day)
Known Spells: Level 0:
Ray of Frost
Level 1: (5 per day)
Keen Senses (+2 Perception checks)
Elven Immunities: Half-elves are immune to magic sleep effects and gain a +2 racial saving throw bonus against enchantment spells and effects.
Low-Light Vision (2x as far as humans in dim light)
Arcane Training (Sorcerer)
Favored Class (Sorcerer) Bonus
Level 1: Bonus Skill Point
Thieves' Tools (common)
Dagger - Medium
Weapons and Armor
Dagger (M) (1d4, 19-20/x2)
Cyssaliht (SAI-suh-lee), known to his teachers and teammates as Cy, grew up in a small farm village as the n'er do well son of a serving woman. His mother, a human, raised him alone, and he has never met his father, and his mother would never speak of him. After many months of pestering, Cy's mother finally told him that his father was an elven sorcerer who had stopped at the inn she worked at after a nearby battle, but she refused to provide him any more detail or description. Growing up, Cy spent much of his time unsupervised, and became infamous in the village for his deeds of mischief. After one particular prank disrupted the village's annual festival shortly after his 16th birthday, the village council expelled him. That night, before he left the village, a mysterious man gave Cy a strange opportunity: travel with him to Gubaro, and enroll in the academy. If Cy could pass the training, the man would take him to meet his father. But if he failed, the cost of the training would need to be settled, and there was no way Cy could square the account...
Motivations / Personality
Prior to his academy life, Cy was always trying to be the life of the party. Usually failing, as his mother's social status and his bastardy led to the more respectable members of his village doing their best to avoid him. Since his spectacular "final prank" and the resulting events that led to him enrolling in the academy, Cy has been more careful to keep his thrill seeking below the level of the instructors' notice, but has drawn several reprimands in training for his brash, headstrong approach. While he can usually focus under pressure, several of his classmates have experienced the perils of being too close to a bored Cy.
Long ago, before the dawn of written history, there was a golden age. Heroes were born then, a race of tall, strong people known only as The Ancients. Every race has legends of the Ancients, and every race say they looked much like themselves. It is no matter. What they were was beloved of the gods, performing feats that would astound the modern person as a matter of course.
What they did, no-one is quite sure, but it displeased the gods severely. What remains of their sandstone cities is now nothing but twisted, glass ruins; what remains of their fertile paradise is a hot, dry desert, too vast and full of monsters to cross safely.The races of the modern age were created as a pale shadow of what was lost, a reminder of the people the gods so loved.
The kingdom of Drasslin stretches from the Ettian Desert to the cliffs of WhiteHawk; those few brave merchants who make a living crossing the desert bring word of kingdoms on the other side, and ditto for those who brave the open, tempest-tossed sea, but otherwise Drasslin is more or less on its own, a small oasis in an inhospitable region.
The mountains in the center of Drasslin are home to several cities tucked away amongst the forests; to the east, between the foot of the mountains and the desert is the Great Plains of M’kai. The Laravor Foothills, between the west of the mountain region and the cliffs, are rich farmland, nurtured by frequent rains; M’kai, on the other hand, gets far less water, and while a particularly hardy strain of grass grows waist-high there, crops do not fare as well. The cliffs wrap around to the south, abutting the mountain range, and the desert stretches around to the north, growing no colder for the latitude change.
Due to the bizarre geography, water is a valuable resource in the mountains and to the east. The further east you go, the more scarce water becomes. In the mountains, there are several strange and magical places where fresh water seems to be created from sheer rock; each of these places is claimed and guarded by a water baron, someone who charges for water rights in their little fiefdom.
In the M’kai plains, several of these streams (now underground) flow into a vast underground reservoir which is the sole source of water for the grasslands. If these streams were to become blocked up, the plains would soon become desert themselves.
The capitol city of Gubaro began as a small fortress guarding the easiest pass through the mountains. The tolls collected from going through the pass paid for more and more guards, who then brought their families to live with them. Now, Gubaro is a thriving metropolis broken in half: one half on the southern side of the pass, and one on the northern side, with a fortress in the pass itself.
The Muntai peak is home to the Adventurer’s Guild Headquarters. Adventurers are those who venture forth into the desert or onto the seas, fighting with monsters and retrieving ancient artifacts -- a risky proposal, but if you’re the lucky one in a hundred who finds something and lives to tell the tale, one that can make you very, very rich. Several of these rich, prosperous former adventurers created the castle atop the Muntai peak in order to protect their wealth as they trained their descendents to have a better chance of adding to the hoard; over time, people begged to become their apprentices, and they founded a training academy, making them even more money.
It is this academy where you began your three years of intensive training, one year ago. This training takes the form of combat lessons, survival courses, and fellowship with the other members of your class. The six of you have moved as a group from day one, sharing a dormitory, taking meals together, and learning to fight alongside each other, giving you real world experience working as a team: something the mentors say will keep you alive in the deserts.