Why can’t the developers just remove the items? The players are online and connected to their servers, how hard would it be to delete “illegal” items?
I’m heading to Florida to visit the in-laws on September 1st, so hopefully the first date gets scrubbed because they live less than an hour away.
I watched the first two seasons, but life got in the way and after the negative reaction to season 3, I just never went back to it. Is it worth it to watch season 3? This doesn’t seem like the type of show I could just skip a season and start back up with 4.
I have a better solution. All campaigns are hard capped to the same amount of spending, no corporate sources, no individual donations over $500, no campaigning more than 8 months before the election, no unsolicited calls, texts, or emails. Also every candidate has to perform 40 hours of community service and take at… Read more
In response, the air lines have mandated that no seats have more than 6 inches of horizontal space, there will be two rows of seating in each restroom, and cell phones are now considered your carry on.
The daily crypto and NFT hacks and lawsuits are one of the few things that make this timeline tolerable.
So I heard you like pyramid schemes in your pyramid schemes...
Good thing “human error” is not really something that ever happens.
That would be my assumption as well. But since this is the secret service, I’m not sure if we are actually referring to SMS text messages or if they are usually the term broadly, in which case the texts could be encrypted.
Welcome to the future bra.
I’m assuming it means that the individual agents deleted their texts to cover their asses, but either they are recoverable from the devices or the service provider has access to the records.
I’ve seen this movie.
Unfortunately they are a dying breed. I have been holding on to my 2005 Accord for years (my wife has gone through four cars since I got it). And now about the only thing you can get are sports cars or compact cars.
Because like any good pyramid scheme, everyone involved is trying to scam the “stupid” people below them. They are always just naïve enough to think they will be one of the special people to get a seat on the lifeboat when it all goes down.
Why is this a relief again? You still sign over your data to the exact same company. They still have the exact same EUA’s. And there is little doubt that the Facebook accounts and Meta accounts will merge in a few years anyway. So what is different? Maybe you don’t get notifications every time your grandmother… Read more
The craziest part of this is that nobody learned anything.
I don’t disagree, but in this case the man accepted cash and direction from a foreign government to engage in hostile actions against the American government. That is terrorism, and I think defending ourselves against attack by a foreign super power overrides the flimsy pretend shield of the press that he is hiding… Read more