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http://www.chinook-helicopter.com/history/aircraft/C_Models/74-22292/74-22292.html - Walnut grit.
Counting Crows - Recovering the Satellites - nobody? Sigh.
>They just keep it hidden. Like good morons.
I like it. I had to read it twice to make sure i did not read what i wanted it to be. Can't imagine what the bad kind will do...
At the least the State of Illinois begs to differ. .177 pellet gun is allowed without any permit, but for a .22 pellet gun you definitely need to have a permit.
Nicknamed "Scrabble" ?
Actually: Marc Rzepczynski's (MLB Pitcher) nickname...
I see intermittent glitches on anything atlassian - JIRA, Confluence mainly; US East Coast, Central Time zone as well. It all seems stable, but even the main atlassian site itself was still down, a minute ago.
Guess i'm too late to preempt the commentards saying 'but it doesn't have an engine, so how could it damage the glider?' It would just 'slide off' or 'bump it out of the way'.
Put blinkenlights on them, dayglo orange mandatory colors. And. Don't. Fly. Near. An. Airport.
Follow. The. Frikkin. Rules.
I was recently 'membered about Louis de Funès. Man, that was a trip down memory lane.
>Let's eat Grandma!
>Let's eat, Grandma!
"Calling Donner party of five?"
"Over here! Now four!"
>Rebooting the robotic arm cleared the problem, but that set back the astronauts by roughly an hour.
As with anything in space, even rebooting an arm just goes slower, right?
The one with the environmental controls on it, please.
Ah, Bucks Fizz... When we were young.
But what about the Women Tai?
Mine's the one with Mai Tais in all pockets.
Apparently it was a person already member of the team for 10 years, and has been reassigned other duties, but has not been fired.
i hated the fact it was constantly phoning home, and using a lot of bandwidth. Not sure if it's still the case, but it was downloading the background images it's showing while it's not casting. that could only be changed using the Android app, and not by the integrated webpages, when accessing the Chromecast by webpage.
So then i blocked the outgoing traffic of the chromecast - and then it 'glitched' or 'hiccuped' every 20 seconds. Now i know why.
People's Front of Judea and Judean People's Front are watching this with interest.
> it's carrying the [teaspoon|bucket] up seven or eight decks from the bilge to dump overboard that takes the bulk of the time!
Just drill a hole in the hull nearby and use a hose to pump the water out? Shouldn't be that difficult.
Or use a commercial cargo ship.
Uhm, the Android VM on the passport for instance is only 4.3, or perhaps 4.4 - a number of apps are refusing to start or even install because of this older version. so while the phone itself may still be working, i was being painted in a corner on what i could easily use.
I switched with heavy heart to the KeyOne / Android. At least i still have a keyboard :-(
But i will miss BB10/BBOS.
So, as long as the drones are coming in at the windshield of a plane, we're all good; i guess it's just a matter of pilot skills to weave towards the drone, making sure it hits the windshield, and not the engine.
Got it. (my coat, that is.)
>2620:fe::fe (the PCH public resolver)
CovFE FE ?
No, even easier. Do not allow anything that can act as a computer on board anymore. And the US is moving towards that model, right? Because the batteries can explode. Or something.
Switched to a KeyOne from a Passport last week. While i like the feel of the phone, Android still is just so not ready for business. Almost everything that was integrated in BB10 now needs an app. Resize photos before sending? need an app for that. Bedside Mode? need multiple settings plus an app for that. Stuff like that. Trying to make edits in a text or message? Need to enable some sort of weird virtual joypad that allows you to move the cursor through the text. Just use that scroll-paddy keyboard already!
But, at least i still have my physical keyboard.
I know i won't switch over to a Motion. I need those keys.
So, yay - another Blackberry released. Here's to hoping more of the BB10 functionality gets built into the Blackberry apps.
I'll be switching over from a Passport to a KeyOne shortly; having just switched over another family member's Q10 to KeyOne.
All that went well - easy, no hiccups.
However, then getting the KeyOne to behave as much as possible to be a BB10 machine. Impossible. All these Android idiosyncrasies preventing a proper BB experience. Nothing is as integrated as using BB10 to communicate.
I do like that keyboard though. And the battery life.
I would have liked sticking with my Passport, but that only supports sideloading of apps that should still work on Android 4.3 - anything above that wont even work. So slowly but surely, the Passport is pushed into obsolescence.
I, for one, will be welcoming my Super-Platinum DocWagon HTR team, to bail me out of yet another compromised run... Gotta find that mole, and quickly!
That's some Stilton language used in this article.
I say we take off and nuke the entire browser from orbit. It's the only way to be sure.
>A terrorists wet-dream, this.
>What are the positives that outweigh those negatives, then?
>>You do know that remote control model planes have been available for decades don't you?
Don't give Fox News in the UK the pleasure to rant about things, in order to generate some last gasps of faux outrage, please.
Don't think it's any different on an HP x360 Spectre. Same issues. Keyboard needs getting used to, difficult to pry open the closed laptop, the powerbutton in such a place where you press it while moving the laptop on a desk, and some delay on when pressing the button.
Weird. Badge Engineering happening on laptops?
Kalok, right? Both the name of the brand, and the sound they would make when it broke...
"Low Boom Flight Demonstration"
As Tim Nice-but-dim would say - 'seemed more like a thud to me. Or a bang.'
And here I came to see if Zipcar would finally have an NSX to drive, as a service. Left disappointed, with my coat :-(
We use google docs for collaboration / ideation; then as soon as a document reaches a certain state, we take it up into an Office tool - Word, Excel, etc.
So many issues still with cross-platform calendars - invites initiated in Google Calendar being stripped from data - no integration of plugins to allow easy invite generation from meeting software, stuff like that.
Sure, enterprise-ready for perhaps the IT depts at large companies, but for the regular users that need stuff 'to simply work' - nightmare. I was glad after having used google stuff for 2 years to going back to O365
They discontinued that when the Space Shuttle was retired.
>Why filed under "bootnotes"?
You know another shitty part? If he's a Permanent Resident, this kinda crap even can get him expelled due to the rules on Permanent Residency in the US of A. So don't count out Malice at this point either.
I will be getting one on AT&T, and my wife on Verizon. No doubt about it. Physical Keyboard for the Win. Yeah, it'll be difficult, switching from BB10 to Android; but that keyboard. To me (personally, so don't flame because you think otherwise!) that is the saving grace.
Business phone, not an iPhone or a Samsung phone. Had a Note 2 - didnt like it, couldnt work with the keyboard. Now running on a Passport, and a BB10 Classic...
So yeah, bring it on.
Crunchy, with a slightly 'stingy' aftertaste left on the palate.
>bare no relation
Damnit, those bears keep running away...
Nurse! He got to the computer again!
Atari Lynx for the win! (warbirds...)
it was on a couple weekends again on PBS / WTTW (US Public Broadcasting, Chicago's Window To The World) channel. Lots of what-ifs, but in the end, indeed the glider was able to get launched from one of the roofs from the castle, and landed a ways away in a meadow.
yeah- another reason why i still carry my keyboard kindle, ipod classic and my phone with me; another bonus: phone battery not dead when i get off the plane.
Sure, the more modern planes have outlets built into the seats by now, but guess what? After strapping in, surrounding yourself with cables of all sorts, there's that person that constantly has to go to the restroom, needs something from the bag in the bin, etc. And no, you can't always get that window seat.
No thanks :-)
Ha! Inception here we come!
Install it on my Blackberry Passport, so that it's running inside the Android VM? That would be cool :-)
Issues with WebEx / GotoMeeting - have they been solved? That was the last time I looked into upgrading my Samsung from 8.1 to 10, and decided against it...
Photo of the bladder inside a keg in this article. http://arstechnica.com/gadgets/2016/07/my-6-month-review-testing-newfangled-beer-dispensing-tech-is-finally-done/
I guess the idea is that oxygen (or any gas for that matter) only starts acting against the quality of the beer once it's being poured.
Been saying it for years (yeah, blackberry user for a while)- with a good mobile browser you don't need apps. I'm perfectly happy with my Passport, only running a couple of Android apps here and there, and the rest through web sites.
>Perhaps some people have a poor conception of just how big the ocean is?
Well, when i looked last on my cellphone, not that big! (I need a bigger screen...)
>and yet three years later
And what does that have to do with NOAA, the models used, and the creation of a faster / better machine?
Are you somehow hoping that the NOAA model should have been the correct one, and that Nature follows what the model you think should dictate?
I'll tell mum. Mum won't like it, Uncle Arthur.
Someone has to stay around to fix the cats?
Amy and Nibbler might have a solution as well!
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