Here are 5 things you should know.
1. Here is the difference between “assault rifle” and “assault weapon”.
An assault rifle is a fully automatic (fires bullets continuously when you hold down the trigger) rifle that fires an intermediate cartridge (less powerful than a full-powered rifle cartridge but more powerful than a common handgun cartridge).
The legal definition of “assault weapon” varies by region, but typically refers to a semi-automatic (fires one bullet per pull of the trigger) rifle or pistol that can accept a detachable magazine and has one or multiple arbitrary features from a list, such as: a vertical grip (rifle only), a vertical foregrip, an adjustable or folding stock, a flash suppressor, a threaded muzzle, a barrel shroud, or an attached flare launcher.
2. Whenever you “live-chat” with a company, they can see what you’re typing as you type it, even if you don’t send it.
3. If you connect a UPS or battery to your router, you can have internet for hours during a power outage.
As long as nothing happens infrastructure wise to your router, cable wire, or phone wire, you can usually have internet for your wireless devices for several hours. Also, if you have a UPS on your consoles or desktops, this allows you an opportunity (15 to 30 minutes) to safely shutdown your computer and not lose your save files.
4. There is a government website for registering on the “do not call” list as well as for reporting those spam callers.
5. You should not leave your water bottle in your car on hot days.
Leaving a plastic bottle of water in a hot car in direct sunlight can start a fire in just a couple of minutes.