Re: Possible Solution
Not wanting to dump all over what, I'm sure, is a lovely and practical motor but that sounds bloody awful
I thought Japanese manufacturers were supposed to be ahead of the game in terms of electrics?
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"They also didn't offer one to aircraft ground crew member who got dragged 90 feet into the air when chair went of by mistake"
Oops, somebody forgot to put the pins in! My old man told me a story of when he was on Buccaneers and one of the armourers forgot to do the same. Thankfully nobody was hurt but there were several 'interviews sans café' with the SEngO and his staff
Where the toilets are a metaphor for everything else there. Extremes of modernity and tradition. Something which was drawn to my attention when I went into a JR station bathroom to find a musical, heated, bum-washing, auto-drying toilet followed by, some days later, a visit to a squat toilet in an underground station.
1)We must be much more surreptitious about sharing patient data. Best scenario would be not telling them at all
2)Companies will part with lots of filthy, filthy lucre in order to access this information. Suggest employing more managers/lining directors' pockets with the proceeds
..that I feel no guilt at all. If sites put in a hard block then I simply won't consume the content. Most of it isn't worth the time it would take to bypass the block. Any content that I really want, I'll pay for (usually in the form of books or streaming services).
I'm certainly not poking holes in my ad-blocker for the sake of the usual drivel put out by most journalists.
The advertisers and content creators need a bit more imagination in their revenue creation methinks.
The primary cause of motorcycle accidents where it isn't the fault of the rider is being shunted from behind at stops and traffic lights. If you filter between stationary traffic then this obviously can't happen to you, hence the reason we do it.
The same can be said for cyclists. Their cross-section from behind is considerably smaller than most motorbikes so they've got no chance if someone isn't paying full attention. At least bikers have their armour.
I'd be lying if I said it's not also nice to get ahead of the traffic though.
Presumably, Mars wouldn't be the end goal; just a known distance. I don't think your average man on the street could imagine the distance between our solar system and Alpha Centauri. That said, don't think there'd be any problems with creating an array of lasers around Mars and applying the thrust from the opposite direction as a braking force. Any physicists (armchair or otherwise), feel free to correct me.
Sid Meir had some good ideas about getting to Alpha Centauri. Maybe NASA should give him a buzz
If not then why do they need to get into the phone? They don't need evidence to prosecute the terrorists involved as they were slotted by the police. Doesn't seem much point in putting dead people on trial.
If they do suspect there could information leading to other terrorist cells then that's a different kettle of fish. Although I would imagine the terrorists' doctrine would protect against just such eventuality.
Saw the video on twitter a few moments ago. Was thinking they'd managed it after the flare of the engine then slowly, slowly - oop, nope. Over she goes.
Quite the explosion but, as Mr Musk says, at least the pieces were a bit bigger this time.
I always look forward to updates from SpaceX. All very exciting stuff.
...to tempt me away from the Nexus 5X. I'm currently using the HTC One M7, which is looking long in the tooth. I had hoped to escape the atrocious update schedule offered by HTC/Three by switching to Google but if this has quick updates then it might be worth holding fire till its release. Hopefully it will have a card slot to bump that 32Gb flash up a bit.
The number of times I've seen people texting when I'm riding along. The compulsion to grab the phone from plonkers in convertibles and hurl it into the path of oncoming traffic is nearly too difficult to resist.
I now assume that everyone is out to kill me when I'm on the bike and ride accordingly.
My HTC One updated to 4.4.2 just last week. Not sure whether this is due to HTC's lab processes or Three being slow pushing the update; perhaps even a combination of the two. I think this one will go the way of my Wildfire S and be getting the Cyanogenmod treatment once the contract expires.
As per title; no leaflet through the door, unless it was tucked into the local rag. When I phoned the health centre to opt out the receptionist had to go and ask someone what it all meant. Poor girl sounded like she hadn't even heard of the scheme.
Not had any confirmation that my records have been made exempt so may well still end up on the register. Has there been any info on deleting the data once on the DB in line with the DPA?
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