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One employed in conducting a coach, carriage, wagon, or other vehicle,with horses, mules, or other animals, or a bicycle, tricycle, or motor car, though not a street railroad car. See Davis v. Petrinovich, 112 Ala. 654, 21 South. 344, 36 L. R. A.615; Gen. St. Conn. 1902,

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Some good information for WiFi!


These two men explain why talking to the cops is bad for you regardless of if you are innocent or guilty.
The first speaker is a lawyer and the second is a cop.

The reality is the only information you’re required to give, is information to show who you are.
The only other thing that should come out of your mouth are “Am I being detained?” (Hint: You are.) and if the officer responds “No.”, “Am I free to go?”. If the Officer responds “Yes.” then you need to ask what his probable cause is, and by all means video record to the best of your ability the complete interaction.

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This video has great information on wiring up a 66 block.

I am not endorsing CableSupply.com, but this video was created by them and the credit for it is all theirs.

I saw a reference to the Shire Society on a youtube video I was watching. I am looking into it to see what it is all about.  So far it looks like an interesting concept. My real question is how do different societies interact, and what are the impacts/conflicts?

Also can one society ignore another one and treat it like it does not exist?

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So I am working on a html slide out to move a form off screen while it is not needed. So far I have it sliding out while the mouse is over it. I would like to change it over to a toggle of some sort in the future.

HTML Code:

<div id="navigation">    <div class="home">        <div id="foo">            <img id="toggleTab" src="images/show.gif">            <table>                <tr>                    <td collspan="2">Test form</td>                </tr>                <tr>                    <td>data</td>                    <td><input type="text" id="test" name="test"></td>                </tr>                <tr>                    <td>Start date:</td>                    <td><input type="date" id="test" name="test"></td>                </tr>                <tr>                    <td>End date:</td>                    <td><input type="date" id="test2" name="test2"></td>                </tr>            </table>        </div>    </div></div>

Javascript/Jquery Code:

$(function() {    $('#navigation #foo').parent().stop().animate({'marginLeft':'-229px'},200);    $('#navigation > .home').hover(        function () {            $('#foo',$(this)).parent().stop().animate({'marginLeft':'0px'},200);        },        function () {            $('#foo',$(this)).parent().stop().animate({'marginLeft':'-229px'},20        }    );});

And the CSS:

body{        padding:0px;        margin:0px;}#navigation{        position:fixed;        top:0px;        left:0px;        width:0px;        outline:1px dotted red;        z-index:100;}.home{        position:absolute;}#toggleTab{        position:absolute;        top:0px;        left:229px;        z-index:99;}table{        background-color:#CCCCCC;        z-index:100;}td{        white-space:nowrap;}



Reason for using cvs:

CVS is a tool to organize source-code in development. It allows you to revert to earlier code based on date or versions, but it also allows multiple people to work on the code.

As root:

emerge -av cvsmkdir /var/cvsrootexport CVSROOT=/var/cvsrootcvs initgroupadd cvschmod -R g+srw /var/cvsrootchown -R root:cvs /var/cvsroot

First step was install cvs on on my server which is Gentoo based. Then create the cvs root directory. As cvs is not really server based, you need to make sure if know where the repository is located. This is done by exporting the CVSROOT environmental variable. Then you have to initialize the CVSROOT. At this point I created a cvs group to allow users in that group to use the repository.

As a cvs user.

mkdir ~/public_htmlcd ~/public_htmlcvs import -m "test" public_html vtag startvim index.phpcsv add index.phpcsv commit -m "Adding new files"

In this case I am testing with my user web directory. So I create the directory and then move into it. Now its time to create the repository. The ‘-m “test”‘ is a comment and if you don’t include it cvs will fire up your default editor so you can add it. I made the name of this repository “public_html” as that is the name of the folder. The vtag is the vendor tag, you can set it to anything you want, but I think you have to have it, beyond that I am not sure what it is used for. Now you can start creating your files. Once you have done this, you can add your new files to the repository with two commands. The “cvs add” command tells cvs you want to add the file, then “cvs commit” will actually add the file to the repository.

cvs checkout

If you have multiple people working on your code you want to do a “cvs checkout” to make sure your copy is up to date with any changes the other users have committed.

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