Because Google does a very good job of pointing towards the most relevant site if it's a bit local thing, and if it's local, I'll search on the map.
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I can think of no other reason for getting a very generic tld, and saying only we can use it, only for our stuff.
I tend to agree, the people I know that use blue ray don't have Internet. There's plenty of cheap boot legs next to the red box in the shadier parts, but the people buying them don t have Internet. For the rest of the people I know, a few dollar rental online here and there covers the gap of Netflix.
I can't tell of this is serious, or satire.
One of the issues discussed doesn't seem to match the others. Primarily, I know best in this area, make me all powerful is exactly the type I would expect to with a minority be pro systems and pro marrying children (because you know who is best for them).
Most excellent Poe style post!
Back before thinkpads were Lenovo (or at least in the XP era), I could get and then boot into recovery mode to do a fresh install. I had a helpful wizard that allowed me to uncheck all of the bloatware when re installing. I miss that feature.
I use flash block, mostly for cpu reasons.
It's easy enough to click and activate a specific applet.
You are right, I thought it was in the 1-3 million a month range, but the closest I can find is the
Butsis agree, popular stuff can suck, but the guy kicks out content fast, consistently, and is WAY more popular than honey boo boo. Honey boo boo peaked at 3 mil night of. This guy gets more than that (note, using week old numbers, so maybe off).
I'm not a fan of either, but pewdiepue is sneaky relevant, while honey boo boo was something talked about, but irrelevant ( relatively). He's the most subscribed yo YouTube channel, that's way more relevant than the most popular show on a second (maybe) tier basic cable network.
PewDiePie has over 30 million followers, and is about as popular as a popular TV show (4 million people watch a typical video in a week, and 8 million in a month)
I don't get it, and don't watch or subscribe, but being completely dismissive isn't the right response. The guy makes Millions a month just on YouTube advertising, that thing that big business seems to think is impossible (making money on internet advertising).
Also the brain is inconsistent , and often gives completely false results with certainty.
You think having to change the tape mid movie is the superior format for video cassettes?
Seems to me like it was designed without the actual usage considered, and failed as it deserved.
Roosevelt Blvd needs them in north east Philly (may have them now).
There are decent amounts of people that blatantly run the redlights at night, making it a dangerous rd to cross (it's already dangerous being approximately a million lanes wide, but there are cross walks). It's not the people that barely miss that are the problem there though.
Perhaps all the people running with zero regard for the light have unregistered cars though, I would guess there's at least a strong correlation.
I've found that the apps often preform netter caching, but often miss features.
Actually? Said term is decided integrel to the core of the contract, the rest of a crontract stands, even if a provisions is struck down.
In Colorado they use a spit test that measures active THC, or they're supposed to anyway.