He's an unemployed immigrant on a work visa.
Deport the guy!
Most redditors are probably too young to remember that 'food stamps' or EBT/SNAP used to be state level programs back in the 70's-90s. And almost every state DID have these kind of restrictions. Food stamps in many states could only be used to purchase meats, veggies, dairy, eggs, dry staples, peanut butter, jams, bread, etc. Things that were used to make meals. You couldn't even buy frozen pizza, hot pockets, ice cream, soda, etc.
The Federal Government basically took over the administration of the benefits programs by disbursing more $$ to the states - but only if they comply with certain "minimum standards". Which initially was easy since they mirrored the most restrictive state requirements. But a couple years into this they began expanding the allowable purchases, and they states had to comply or lose the Federal money. This is how we got to the (essentially) unrestricted use of food stamps.
When Judges gives more freedom then the government of Texas.
TLDR: After suing Apple in January, the FBI unlocked the phone last March without Apple's help using an unknown method (assumed to be tech from Israeli company Cellebrite). The FBI refused to disclose the price of the tech but it is assumed to be more than $1,300,000. Now news organizations are trying to force the FBI to disclose the true amount.
Interesting anecdote: The figure $1,300,000 was reached after FBI director Comey said that the cost of the unlocking was more than his salary for the following 7 years at FBI (FBI director salary is ~$200,000 per year)
I just want to say, I am really impressed that USA Today actually embedded the source documents mentioned directly into the article itself.
I think that's a fantastic practice, and not something I think I've seen done before. At least, not on any regular basis. You don't even need to click a link (although a link to the .gov site it is hosted on would be nice) - you can just scroll through and read it yourself right there.
I wish more news articles more directly sourced their information like that.
Also, regardless of anyone's stance on the matter, I am impressed with the neutral tone and "just-the-facts" way the article is written. It gives you the relevant information up-front, with source documentation, and lets readers ingest it without any opinion pieces, soundbites, or reaction statements from special-interest folks on any side. That is fucking refreshing.
Did he have the most? The Runner up only have 89?
Works for this senior, thank you very much. Makes me high enough to put up with the bull shit of everyday life.
The only tried and true way to kill any career: defend sexual relations with children. In the words of Always Sunny in Philadelphia; "No one comes back from banging kids except the Catholic church"
And here I was thinking these ISIS chaps were on the level
I’ll have two number 9s, a number 9 large, a number 6 with extra dip, a number 7, two number 45s, one with cheese, and a large soda.