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"...You're holding it wrong."
That one can't grow a head on the wrong end, cause 'Exit means Exit'.
Ain't it also a Faraday cage? There's a crew in there.
Until MS comes up with Windows 12 that needs 120 GB for base install... and begins downloading patches.
Sure the Fake News click bait is bringing the (more) cash but there is obviously a demand for real news. , There is a market for that, there must be someone with an offer. It's just a matter of protecting your reputation of Real -fact checked- News and there you go. Why not?
Is he using the word "adult" as they use the word "reality" in "Reality TV"?
Adults that are .. not really adults? Behaving like kids, promoted to "Stars", role models.
From "IBM compatible" in the 80's to "Windows incompatible" today. We call it progress.
Netherland 37%, UK 0.1% .... yeah, right.
I'm telling you there's no problem.
The original very important problem (VIP) will have been "when an EU civil servant subscribes to blah blah blah in Brussels and is sent abroad for a mission..."
Thank God, air flight companies have those things something called "procedures" that keeps them from having to assess credible risk a thousand times a day.
"... it's just words, ...just words."
But you'd have had far less hit with a title like that.
>Avoiding high wage economies seemed smart to me
Avoiding paying taxes for years as a billionaire and a would be president still seems smart to someone.
"Do what I say ..."
>"Belgium I'll grant you, but I was talking really about the warm holiday places people go - Spain, Italy, Malta, etc."
You can go to Spain or anywhere in the world and buy a belgian beer, you don't need a belgian pub to sit and drink it.
Also, funny how Americans massively proclaim themself anti-globalization when it doesn't suits them (see today's voting).
I don't have a better system, that's why I feel we're trapped. Education would help but then comes the question of who's best qualified to decide what sort of education is needed. The question seems cultural but is overshadowed by big financial interests/companies as well. I guess I got thumbs down because I'm not clear in what I mean, not because it's wrong.
Also in this system we live in, uneducated people people do need a vote because otherwise the exploitation by the rich would be far worse. That's how the rich undermine their own system, That's why a balance between right and left is needed.
Individuals, everywhere in the world, get more and more power, regardless of education, by fact or for the sake of equality. Big debate, but you can't have it with them. You're trapped.
Don't get old.
" You want to take drugs? Well suffer the consequences whether that be prison or dead in an alley."
People don't go in prison for taking drugs, most the time they go for things they've done because of taking drugs, you forgot those consequences in your phrase. Maybe those are the consequences you'd prefer not to see.
Well, It's sort of a conundrum. If he's really interested, he should know the price of the 960GB. Then again if he knew that price, he wouldn't be interested.
There's little doubt it was her bike, the size and setup were exactly identical and the explanation there for was that she sold or gave the bike to a friend. The friend had no plausible explanation why the bike was back in that place on that very World Championship day. Only doubt is if she used it in a race or not but the rules say that such a bike cannot stand there at that time.
in ONE of her bike's frame in the stands. I'm not defending her but it's a big difference.
Err... have you checked the international news in the past few days? Checked the Pound? The stock exchanges?
Would you try to tell your wife "I asked my closest friends if I should divorce you, they said yes, I shall respect the will of my friends. But don't worry, it's not happening yet."? Se if SHE stays.
"...How many hospitals, schools, prisons, USEFUL things would that buy and maintain."
You forget to say that, in your head, you get ABSOLUTELY NOTHING in return. NOTHING AT ALL. Right?
Imagine how many USEFUL breads you could buy if you didn't have to give that money to the baker.
"They're very lucky they weren't shot there for that one!"
Adults behaving like kids. Their YouTube world may fall hard when they go one prank too far. In the real world, you don't even need to be stupid for things to turn tragic in a few seconds. Let's have a thought for Jean-Charles de Menezes.
Unfortunately that's not how scientists see it. Must be a conspiracy.
Simply, for instance, you drive 200km at 100km/h, it takes 2h. Now if you drive 1h TIME at 50km/h and one hour at 150km/h, you've done 200km in 2 hours as well, but this is not what's happening here.
Here you drive a DISTANCE of 100km at 50 (which takes 2h already...) then 100km at 150.Imagine (it's theory) the wind is so strong it takes 3 times more to go one way, how do you keep the average time on the way back? Warp speed?
India? You meant Belgium.
You might not know but... those who invented Google are over 30's.
I guess the amount of drones one can afford for the price of such a "petrol powered remote control helicopter that can easily lift 30-40kg" is the answer, as well as how much people can easily afford one drone.
"An unpatched PC or Mac can be compromised by simply running a malicious Flash file on a webpage." Herm ...I'm pretty sure I've read this line before. That seems to imply that patching would make you safe(r) but reality is Flash makes your computer unpatched for life.
But who will monitor the administrator's activity? ...
If this is sarcastic, it is an excellent reply. I mean if Mr Lowlife has the right to do it why not J. Woods?
What numbers do you use? Or are you just assuming that the quote is wrong and that it cannot be 250%?
This is not really new. I had one more than 40 years ago.
... that Verizon had found that the device was blocking reception ?
The funny (?) thing is that he hurts himself the first time then tries it again. 40 years old...
Ouch, this thing is really sharp and armful, lets throw it in the crowd! When fans hit the fans.
As well, economic espionage by the US imposes great costs on worldwide businesses. Or is it not fair to say? ... Echelon?
How do you dim power to a LED lamp but still leave enough for the speaker that "provides 13 watts"?
It reminds me of this
They're still searching for a way to kill XP.
When the disc gets replaced, it's first unusable, then it's gone, so is the data on it. Where do you see value?
I don't see 1 in 10 people able to choose their OS or hardware, they'll just go with what's in sale in the shop. And they are where the big money comes from.
If "all you need is a screen" and it's only connected to the HDMI cable and the battery is "optionnal", where does the power come from? From your wrist? I recon I could work longer with a 128Gig SSD than wit one AA battery.
They say "the mouse pad can work as a charger"... to the optional battery ? So you'd need the mouse pad. I guess the mouse pad is itself connected to a PSU, you'd need the PSU. What next?
Even the Register still think he was a she.
Is there an estimation of how much iThingies the average fanboy owns for "personal usage"? Probably a bit less than that. But with so many Jesus phones, he must have been awaited by his accomplices as the messiah.
Geeks don't know what they want in terms of functionality, they want everything.The choice could possibly be made for christmas 2019. As well, geeks knowing what "they" want "for someone else" is a very debatable concept.
When out of 10 "excellent PC apps", only 2 (Notepad++ & VLC) are actually helping you to DO something, while the remaining 80% are only improving your OS in some ways, it says a lot about wasted time.
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