Other times, I pack it with sautéed greens and other veggies.
I’ve probably never made this exactly the same way twice.
Two lesbian former Columbia University employees lost a summary judgment motion in federal court on July 20 in a sex discrimination suit against their former supervisor, a gay man, Ethan Hanabury.
United States District Judge Denise Cote found that there was no evidence of sex discrimination because Hanaburys motivation for allegedly treating them differently from other employees was their sexual orientation, not their gender.
Even if Whats App, Telegram, i Message, and all the other similar apps are banned, for refusing to open up their databases, it’s not actually going to stop people from communicating.
They can write innocent looking messages on postcards, after all.
Is the security imperative so strong that any such site that decides it wants to protect its message database with encryption will be told they can’t, or that they need a special licence?
Judge Cote found that neither woman had ever officially complained to Hanabury about this, leading him to believe that they enjoyed a rapport with him.
A group of police officers, several of whom had Special Weapons and Tactics (SWAT) training, entered the club through a broken window and exchanged fire with Mateen.
At this point, roughly 10 minutes had passed since the beginning of the shooting rampage, and while many patrons had been able to escape, dozens were either dead, wounded, or trapped inside the club.
If I were someone who hated our way of life as much as we’re told people do, perhaps I’d use “western liberalism” against itself and choose not a messaging app that you can be sure the security service are looking at, but something else, like a gay dating web site that allows users to send messages to each other.
Is Ms May going to tell all those sites that they can’t use SSL for their user’s sessions, because she might want to listen in?
The noodles get tossed in a light sesame-soy dressing, and topped with avocado and sesame seeds.