10 posts • joined Tuesday 14th April 2009 16:34 GMT
Well, she can tie her own flies, and gut a moose. I imagine shoes aren't a problem (and quite often they're boots).
Artillery lends dignity to what would otherwise be a vulgar brawl.
Artillery is the only weapons system that works in all weather. It will never be fully replaced by something that can't fly and fire through rain, fog, smoke, cloud cover, etc.
In a just world...
...replace "expels" with "knights". Grenade because, well, kinda obvious.
more supportable when virtualized
Virtual hardware is more generic and standardized, and more insulated from hardware quirks. Plus you have options for cloning and snapshotting (that aid in patching, trouble-shooting, upgrading, etc.) that aren't available to physical servers. Virtual servers are more apt to be single-purpose, so there's usually less interaction with other third-parties.
Software is not only easier to support in a virtualized environment, but more stable to from the get-go.
BTW, is it because you mispronounce it "zed" that you Brits drop z from so many words?
"Hey, my terminal is working now. What was the problem?"
"The power mode selector switch was in the O-F-F position."
"What should I do if this happens again?"
"Move it to the O-N position."
Analysis of the mummified hadrosaur "Dakota" revealed they had meatier thighs and more junk in the trunk than previous believed. This matter won't be settled by equations and computer simulations. Paleontologists need to get out in the field and find more soft tissue remains. Then they need to crack open the bones and get at the proteins (and maybe, DNA).
Plenty of reasons to boycott Amazon...
...chief among them the considerable amount of NAMBLA apologist material for sell. I'm not aware of any pro-necrophilism titles, but I'm sure they're available on Amazon.
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