I am a Libertarian. I haven't voted for a "winning" candidate in a very very long time. You talk about the "one party" yet vote for them. You are the problem because you're a hypocrite.
Economy Recovering (For Wall Street, mainstreet still at unacceptable unemployment)
Debt Going down (Sequestration, in spite of horrors by Liberals about "government shutdown')
Pulling out of wars (while Russia invades multiple countries annexing them at will, Hamas/Israel, Syria, Libya, Iraq
Health Care for all (Not watching the news about Federal Case regarding Fed Exchange
How about Open Boarder Invasion from the south, causing massive harm to the environmentally threatened South West? (Check)
IRS Lying in attacks against conservatives (check, check, check and
Support of Islam at every step, while ignoring the plight of Christians (and others) world wide. (check)
Golfing and fundraising instead of actually doing his job (Check)
Another Multimillion dollar Vacation (check)
And the "other guy" (Romney) was mocked for saying exactly what is happening today in Ukraine. Obama is the pigeon on the chessboard of the world, strutting around knocking pieces over.
As 3 tech advocacy groups show, Manpower, IBM, and Infosys are blocking qualified candidates.
"claim", not "show", Donna.
You're full of shit.
Standard shakedown: accuse a business of racial discrimination, make a bunch of noise in the press, which he will stop if the company in question pays him to fuck off.
It may have been necessary to break the barriers, but at some point, the barriers are gone, and the only thing holding people back are the people themselves. There is NO REASON why black people can't succeed in America. After all, we have an unqualified "black" (half) man as President, simply because we're still threatened by "Racist" reverse slur being tossed out. After six years in office, he still can't seem to figure out when it is his fault when the shit hits the fan. I mean, still holding "race" or "GWB" or those "evil Republicans" is pretty lame leadership technique.
Theory and Practice. In theory, you are correct. In practice, you are not.
IMHO, there will be a nominal number of widely accepted crypto-currencies. I fathom perhaps 4-6 "standard" coins will be adopted, and another 6-10 in secondary/limited adoption. The 4-6 "adopted" will have "regional" flair being accepted widely in some geographic locations, and might not be accepted everywhere. There will likely be 2-3 Dominant currencies accepted most places, making them "default".
The information for 99.9% of wiki pedia articles is useful.
Only politically charged articles and obscure articles are suspect.
I can see how something that might be true but which is very hard to verify as true or false on a non critical subject (like this book character hoax) would last a while. But I'd never encounter it in my use of the Wiki.
Only if people follow the complete chain through.
I'd go even one step further. It is not Person A, nor Person B's car audio system that is at fault for this. It is Person B who doesn't have legal right to permanent access to Person A's property. They should sue the people actually doing the crime, not the tool maker for making a useful tool.
What happens is circular references with enough depth that it evades detection. A Points to B, B points to C, C points to D, D Points
dude. he was being snarky because he is ignorant of the way expansion and contraction, dropping your phone, turning on and off your phone, etc. etc. damage the solid state components.
He's just ignorant and flipped off a sarcastic comment without thinking. I've done the same thing myself on other subjects.
It seems dumb and like solid state devices should be impervious to damage.
But run them hot, run them through a lot of on/off cycles or cool/hot cycles and they are damaged and have a lower MTBF.
My god, reading the entire thread, I can't believe anyone took him seriously.
What does he need to do, put it in green text?
Look, for an easier way to find info on this subject google for router antenna's. They have the same problem (solid state but they degrade fairly quickly) and there are a lot more pages exploring why this is true.
My samsung has been hot to the touch many times (so over 100 degrees but probably less than 110- but probably over 110 inside) and heat is a leading cause for solid state parts of routers to go bad.
The others didn't pick up your snark.
Look- every time you turn on and off your phone, it suffers damage.
Every time you drop your phone, it suffers from damage.
Electronics which are operated outside of their heat range suffer damage.
Expansion and contraction of solid state electronic devices causes damage.
Now... how about you stop being a snarky troll.
Okay, here is my question of the day. What the FUDGE are you doing in the woods where you want a Cell phone on all the time? Smart phone at that (feature phones can last days on a smallish battery)? Additionally, you should likely be carrying a battery backup that actually holds a big charge (10,000 MA min), the unit you have won't run my Andoid phone for more than 5 hours. While the battery backup I carry will run it for 40 hours of normal use. Hell, my spare batteries (size matters) are more 600MA bigger and a lot smaller in size. Here is the key to the failure
Freeloader’s solar panels can charge its internal battery in as little as 8 hours
Takes longer to charge than it lasts under normal conditions of my phone. Weighs more than several spare 2100MA batteries for my phone. More expensive than same several batteries or a nice big external battery pack. You might want something like this instead.
Anyways, here is my points, in a nutshell
1) Camping; Defeated the purpose of "gettting away from it all"
2) Hunting: Scaring game away every time you get a txt/call (Vibrate makes noise). Silent mode works, but unless you're checking every three minutes. See also #1
3) Logging; You're busy working, get a feature phone* (not smart one) and be done.
4) Out in the middle of nowhere; No cell signal or 2g at best. Feature Phone* is better choice.
*Feature phones work better in areas of sketchy cell service. Their battery life is very long. The battery requires less power.
Actually, of those millions of trucks, how many of them are hauling anything more than people around 95% of the time? Most trucks aren't used as trucks most of the time. Most are cars with empty beds in the back.
Google Car (Or similar) based Taxi Service coming to a big city near you, and using Tesla Electric cars (or similar) will provide most of the "local" transportation needs in the future. Imagine, being able to hail a cab, get in (and share??) and get to your destination quickly and efficiently.
Human Taxi drivers will go the way of buggy whip makers.