13 posts • joined 30 Mar 2009
What's the video of?
Hold it wrong and it'll just be the palm of your hand.
@AC at 22:19
I believe they are talking about public school, not college. Still it costs about $600 a semester for books at college and my college has a computer requirement. Thankfully, it is just a list of hardware instead of Windows or Apple.
There's still Safeway's around? They disappeared around here.
If the person is shot below the waist, it's only malicious wounding, at least in this state.
Good going VDH!
My records could be up for auction starting Thursday and nobody was informed until today. Really makes me wonder what my taxes are going towards.
The Nazis are still up there. They'll be back in 2018.
The beekeepers make most of their money by renting the bees to farmers to pollinate the fields. The honey is just a sweet bonus.
Can I get some jelly to go with that sheeproll? Mmm, murder.
So Many Uses
I have an XPS Gen 1 that looks a lot like that and it's still around after 8 years of my misuse. It's also a step, shield, pry bar, heater, and head rest.
At first I thought the name of the institute that did the study was the Pokemon Institute. There's another message here: Lost laptops are expensive, so you gotta catch `em all!
@AC at 01:33
That decision is left to the states. Prostitution is legal in Nevada, but I think all the others have banned it.
They're missing the point
The law in question doesn't make it illegal in itself to send spam. It makes it illegal to forge your headers so it is harder to trace back to you. The link to it is below:
You have to use Python 2.6 instead of 3.0. 3.0 has some issues that don't quite make it backwards compatible with 2.x.
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