An amusingly long screed from a “progressive.”
Sanders fracking ban would kill jobs and drive up utility bills, hurting the poor most of all.
Gee, it’s almost as though he doesn’t care about poor people as much as he says he does. Either that, or he’s an imbecile. Of course, those aren’t mutually exclusive.
Several states Attorneys General and green groups colluded to go after a false conspiracy theory.
See, if we had an U.S. Attorney General who actually cared about the law, she’d be going after them with RICO, instead of private organizations.
How it helped wreck Puerto Rico’s economy.
Let’s do it here!
[Update a while later]
Minimum wage, maximum ignorance.
It’s almost as though they want to blight the lives of the young and working poor.
My view about her views aside, did she really say “…another thing coming,” or is that just a bad transcription? Because the correct expression is “…another think coming.”
Continues to be an idiot.
Of course, the media has developed a “strange new respect” for him.
If you want to search and read them, Wikileaks has you covered.
I’m trying to send myself email from my own Linux machine, via SMPT. I’ve written the following Python program:
# Import smtplib for the actual sending function
# Import the email modules we’ll need
from email.mime.text import MIMEText
# Open a plain text file for reading. For this example, assume that
# the text file contains only ASCII characters.
with open(“test.txt”) as fp:
# Create a text/plain message
msg = MIMEText(fp.read())
# me == the sender’s email address
# you == the recipient’s email address
msg[‘Subject’] = “Test”
msg[‘From’] = “firstname.lastname@example.org”
msg[‘To’] = “email@example.com”
# Send the message via our own SMTP server.
s = smtplib.SMTP(‘localhost’)
print(“s has been opened”)
It runs with no errors, prints the statements to the terminal, but no email appears. How do I diagnose this?
[Update a while later]
Thanks for the help in comments. Still haven’t solved it, but the need for the application that I needed it for has gone away. Nonetheless, it would be good in general to know how to email from a Python script.
And NASA isn’t covering itself in glory here, either.
I was in the same room with Nye a couple nights ago, at a reception. I felt like I needed a safe space.
Tory Bruno and Gwynne Shotwell have very different space-business philosophies. I think that Gwynne is right, but the good news is that for now, the two companies are more complementary than competitive. And the Air Force will want to continue to maintain two providers.