“I know people who make $100 a day and nobody cares,” he said, according to the New York Post. “It’s like they just do it so their kids are happy or their spouse is happy, not for their own reasons.”
And while some would say this is how society should be, others like the father of a six-year-old boy say they’d rather not.
“It’s terrible and people need to be educated,” said Jaxon Johnson.
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I really hate the idea of doing an open API test like this one. What if the API server rejects a request? All you do then is test whether the client is responding to each request. You shouldn’t be doing this.
Instead of doing a single HTTP test, you should have three tests. One where you call the “get” function from your test, two where the client returns a response and one where it doesn’t.
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NERMEEN SHAIKH: It’s the final broadcast from the National Security Archive at George Washington University, a weekly series exploring the history of international terrorism and how it has changed since 9/11. We speak with journalist and author of The Battle for the Bomb, Robert Greenwald, joining us from member station WAMU in Washington. In 2007 Greenwald published the book The Terror Factory: Inside Iran’s Nuclear Program. He is a senior fellow at the Nation Institute and his latest book is The Devil’s Chessboard: Chess as a Weapon of Mass Destruction.
Mr. Greenwald, you wrote in your book that the US is using biological warfare to wage war on its own people, while Russia and China are using their political and economic might to defeat the US. How do you think things have changed in terms of the evolution of US international relations since 9/11?
ROBERT GREGORY: Well, I want to start by answering the question I raised just a moment ago. I didn’t think, I mean, in the aftermath of 9/11, it would be so out of control. It’s still very early in the game. But look, America is on the verge of war with Russia and China, I think, over Syria—the Syrian civil war, to be precise. They didn’t just launch cruise missiles or some kind of military force into Syria, but they have a massive propaganda campaign and information campaign to try to convince Americans that