Make use the CD-R you use is a "vinyl" one:
I lived west of Dayton at the time and there was countless corn fields that had heavy damage along with many roofs with missing shingles
Odd thing about it was that at the time I was living in a trailer park and nothing happened there, power didn't even go out. All my co-workers in Dayton had to use the gym at the office to shower. Myself? I left for my honeymoon cruise that morning
"TRESPASSERS WILL BE SHOT; SURVIVORS WILL BE SHOT AGAIN"
There, fixed it for you
Time to shoot the lameness filter though. I can't fix your quote when the lameness filter gets in the way.
Sure, but tornadoes have this nasty habit of taking out your subscribers houses along with your poles.
No only if they would string up temp lines in the after math while they dig a new trench, but then the housing contractors will just dig it back up
For a while I was developing on a Windows 7 box and having to support XP systems. Things I found I really liked and missed working on the XP box were:
- Real 64bit support
- Full sym-link support. (Yes you can install junction on XP, but it wasn't safe to use in Explorer)
- Aero Snap - Dragging windows to edge of screen to take up half the screen (does not need Aero active)
- The 'Users' folder.....finaly Unix like user data speration.
- File searching in explorer windows. Still needs work but very much improved over XP
- Expanded options on the copy/move files dialogs. (kinda mixed on this though since the new dialogs slow the operation down)
I'm a little disappointed in hiding some of the configuration panels behind "user friendly" summary screens but in all I would recommend upgrading
A car puts a barrier between the driver and the weather; a bike does not.
Never heard of a rain coat? When I was riding my bike to work I would have to look at the weather, and add 10 degrees to determine what to wear because I would be warmer riding. In the dead of winter my car heater didn't even kick in until I pulled in my driveway.
A car has enough metal surface to trigger induction loops connected to traffic signals; a bike does not.
FALSE. My bike triggers the loops all the time. I did find one that didn't trigger, but a quick email to the city and a day or two wait fixed that issue. He said that it needed tweaked and that my 30lb bike with aluminum wheels wasn't an issue.
A car can carry passengers larger than 50 lbs (22 kg); a typical bike trailer cannot.
FALSE. My trailer supports 100lb, and it is a toys-r-us special. My rear rack has a 50lb limit.
A car can travel on controlled access highways; a bike cannot.
Big deal, a bike can travel on a MUT, a car cannot