There is a room in the house that we concider private, the bathroom.  It’s also the room with the never ending water bowl, drippy wet legs, and fuzzy towels.  Sometimes you just want to go in alone with out a “helper” but Scout seem to have other ideas.

6 Responses to “Privacy”

  1. Cosmin says:

    Private label rights has no pcriese definition, but usually it refers to a type of license for copyrighted material that allows the material to be re-branded under someone else’s name for further use. For example, a photo could be licensed by its creator in such a way that the buyer of the license would be allowed to call the photo his own (even though it’s not really his own). The creator retains the copyright, but the license he grants is very liberal.This type of licensing allows people and organizations to assemble content made by someone else and re-brand the collection as their own work. The big disadvantage to this is that the same material may also be licensed in the same way to someone else. So if you build an exclusive collection of photos with this type of licensing, you might find that your competitor has done exactly the same thing.It’s just a way to license content protected by copyright, like many other licensing schemes. It doesn’t necessarily generate any more money (for the copyright holder) than any other licensing scheme. For the licensee (user) of the content, it doesn’t make any money, but it might allow money to be saved.Private label rights have nothing to do with loss of copyright or public domain. All copyrights expire eventually (in most countries), typically 70 years after the death of the person who created the copyrighted work. When the copyright expires, the work passes into the public domain and anyone can use it for any purpose—this is true of famous paintings from the 1700s, for example. A creator of an artistic work can also release it to the public domain before the copyright expires, in most countries, but few artists do that, because copyright is what allows them to earn a living.

  2. erection says:

    Hey, that’s the greatest! So with ll this brain power AWHFY?

  3. http://www.ionicbathfootdetox.com/ says:

    What a wonderful show of support for health care by Connecticut's ministers, legislators and communities. It is invigorating to share the light together to improve the health care system in Connecticut with the implementation of SustiNet. SustiNet will streamline the state's health care spending, promote good health and deliver quality care, and offer choice and affordable health care.

  4. http://www.failcon2015.org/ says:

    Not for a living, but as a part-time job. Believe me, it is boring. I don’t write about interesting things, more like socks and tv remotes and dog poop bags haha. After that I dont even want to write…

  5. car insurance says:

    Every state needs to organize like Utah and expose this secret organizaton. The Council for National Policy and the Heritage Foundaton should be included as they all seem to blend together along with others of the same political belief…whatever it is. It is not what most Americans think of as conservative.

  6. http://www./ says:

    Yes, people like Willard and many like him pave the way for the church to get comfy with all those other “faith traditions”. I see him on the bookshelf of countless pastors and it baffles my mind. Only a mind clouded by Satan’s deception could take Willard’s writings, put them next to scripture and call them compatible.

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