If the penalty for breaking the law is a fine, then the law is made for the poor.
Fine? Penalty? Sounds more like a fee that Wall Street would be happy to pay if it keeps them from getting caught red handed. The SEC tries to do their best but they have no teeth. The SEC should have forced each firm to halt business until they could stand up a proper archiving system.
Think they mean Blizzard.
G Gundam rules. Your head breaks, you are disqualified.
Classic Republican playbook. First they said Roe was “established law,” then when it got overturned it was “abortion should be left to the states/voters,” then we learned their goal was a national ban if they win back Congress—but don’t worry, we’re just going after the doctors and providers. And now we see their true… Read more
Texas is wild, man. This dude has very serious charges he’s facing, multiple serious charges, yet here he is the top law enforcement officer of one of the largest states still “performing” his government job. And running like a bitch from it too. Crazy.
Even beyond the simply dumbassery of his comments and how it shows the toxic culture for women in particular won’t really change until he goes, just the simple act of framing inter-team cooperation as “friction” or “tension” says a lot about why Ubisoft has so creatively nose-dived over the last decade or so. Read more
It never mentions professors, it just says employees. All my college dorms had free condoms availble somewhere on the main floor. It seemed pretty normal. And it’s not as if college kids are known for being flush with cash.
Remember, if anyone criticizes you for dehumanizing trans people or immigrants, you are a victim of a vicious and relentless campaign of censorship. Threatening to imprison professors who express a viewpoint about a controversial topic is fine, though.
Maybe so, maybe not, but one of the defining features of fascism has never been “giving up power willingly.”
This isn’t a positive development, but at the same time, Italy is not known for long-lived ruling coalitions these days. There’s a pretty good chance that she’ll propose a lot of nutty changes, there will be huge protests, and her government will collapse a year from now when it comes out that she took a whole bunch… Read more
I’m honestly glad that Boebert, Cruz, etc. are finally acknowledging that fascism is right-wing, at least.
It is scarier when the fascists pretend to be reasonable. You can see in their eyes that they don’t mean it & you know something horrible is coming if you let down your guard, as Italy, which really should know better, now is doing.
Thank you for the “reading the entire slide” bit. I’ve walked out on a couple of presentations because all the speaker did was read a deck of PowerPoint slides line by line. If I have those and that’s all they’re doing, I don’t need to sit and listen to them, I can fine more entertaining ways to waste my time.
This isn’t the reason these slide shows need to die, but it helps illustrate one of the major stupidities of them: