That stain on my monitor does look like Jesus. Which seems like an appropriate comment. If only it were an IBM monitor...
Paris because she's wondering what we're making all the fuss about.
180 posts • joined 3 May 2008
Unfortunately, with the mass of information available on the Internet, it's becoming defensible. As far as behavioral analysis of English and American citizens, the notion started in the 60s and started test implementation in the 70s. I didn't have access to what organization(s) or individual(s) were being targeted or what the expansion factor was.
"Your car might use sensors to communicate with a nearby vehicle and discover that the driver of that car often breaks at the last minute."
And I have noticed that. The pieces keep getting in my way.
P.S. You other guys; that was not an accidental error on their part. The toaster did it while being cheerful in the morning to the person falsely accused of writing the article.
I took a glance. Look at their high school curriculum on 'Social Studies'. This is worse than I got in high school in...1970/71 as far as parochialism goes. The only studies are re. the US and because they're generated by a politically-oriented system, deliberately twisted in viewpoint.
So...in defense of the US...I say
The interesting thing is that both had problems with clean rooms at the same time (going down to that spec. requires a first of clean), which was the main reason for the delay on the quad cores. If I remember correctly AMD had to (temporarily, I think) shut down one factory because of an A/C problem.
As far as the xxxx blanks...just think of an executive's mind every time you see one.
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