Not a bug ... This is how SMTP works
You know this is how SMTP works right? The to and from headers in the email are completely unrelated to the person that sent or will receive the email
18 posts • joined 1 Apr 2016
1) Vettel was leading the race when he came into the pits .. not in second place
2) Hamilton had already pitted (when he was leading) and it the VSC had not been activated would have taken the lead when Vettel pitted
3) The sector time when under a VSC is fixed so it's not like Hamilton could have done anything about this once the VSC came out
4) The teams would have been running calculations telling Hamilton how close he needed to be to Vettel to ensure he came out ahead when Vettel made a pit stop
5) This calculations had wrong inputs for the time of a pitstop under a VSC
6) If they had the correct inputs Hamilton could have been told to push harder to close up the gap in the laps before the VSC came out
7) Even with this Hamilton might not have been able to do this
Ah .. good old Renault.
To replace the air filter you need to remove the battery.
To replace the headlights you need to either remove the bumper, remove the front suspension or employ a 6 year old child
The replace the glow plugs - 3 of them are (relatively easy), the 4th you need to get the 6 year old child again or remove the engine
The replace the fuel filter you need to remove the front tyres
The list goes on and on ...
Not always. The cheapest advance tickets are typically for an extra train. Miss the train and you need to pay extra to upgrade your ticket to go on any train (at least that's the theory).
The couple of times this has happened to me I've found the guard and been straight up with him and he's said not to worry about it. As with most things in life - if your nice and polite to people they tend to be good to you in return.
erm .. no. IMEI is on the phone, not the SIM. This is why operators block IMEI numbers from stolen phones.
Technically the phone never needs to know it's own phone number - there is space in the SIM card for this to be stored - but this is for information only - it can be anything you like.
I don't think so. Most users say they care about security - but then happily disable the virus scanner because some website said they needed to in order to get some (pirated) game to work. Of course because the user "researched" this by looking on the internet they know what they are doing and it's perfectly safe.
One of my first jobs included going to Paris every monday for client meetings. As a youngest I thought the first few times were great. This was when passport controls weren't that strong on eurostar. After a few months I discovered my passport on the kitchen counter under a pile of papers I hadn't touched for months
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