I have a similar wife, but there's nothing temporary about the procedure.
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The IT Dept. used to be part of the Service Dept. along with HR, Info, Legal, Utility services, etc. but now we're part of the Finance Dept. which just about everyone think is wrong. The IT Big Boss is trying to get IT to be a stand-alone dept. reporting directly to the VP.
All you have to do is find the G-spot, and it'll all be ok.
Your car analogy seems to be flawed.
Actually, that's not bad advice - assuming you'd actually care for a dog (and be able to take care of it). A dog will provide you with comfort, friendship and unwavering loyalty beyond anything any human can or will. At the very least it will:
* make you more satisfied with your life and thus
* make you less desperate for company (believe it or not, desperation is not sexy)
* get you off your ass.
As a bonus it might
* provide the opportunity to meet other people
- some of which are of the opposite gender
- all of which you share a common interest (dogs)
That last point is not irrelevant, because at the very least you'll have some place to start a conversation.
Also, in a humorous side note: http://www.news.com.au/dailytelegraph/story/0,22049,24112087-5013605,00.html
I remember back in the Windows days, there were various stability and malware problems that could only be fixed by installing Linux, *BSD or some other high-quality OS. Ridiculous, I know, but true nonetheless. As a bonus though, the TCO was significantly reduced, so basically it was a win-win situation.
I modded you up because your sig ordered me to. Fortunately, the sig doesn't say anything about posting comments afterwards.
sudo don't change your sig
There are faster methods for most drives: http://ultraparanoid.wordpress.com/2007/09/12/securely-erase-hard-drives/
My prediction would be:
No computer: 10%
There probably should be an option with ISPs in there, but I can't be bothered.
I'm all for using games as a means of sparking young men and women's interest in joining the armed forces. It's a great way to show them what to expect without actually sending them overseas. The only condition I ask is that a representative number of gamers get shot in the gut with an AK-47.
"PG&E Makes Deal For Solar Power From Space"
Is there any other kind?
1up: I worked on Windows Vista.
I can certainly top that. I worked on Windows Vista.
Your comment would be really funny if it wasn't so depressingly true.