I haven't tried it yet but I think the Xposed module XPrivacy module can do that.
Well, according to the sea salt I find at work in the kitchen it is ANCIENT SEA SALT that was once part of the sea back in ANCIENT TIMES.
It has been preserved underground and under volcanic ash and is carefully dug out of the ground in Utah!
Same reason I stopped using it.
Oh, you want to draw a circle around something? Here, select an area with the ellipse tool, fill it a solid color, then go to some menu options and shrink your current selection, then delete what is in you now smaller selection!
While we're at it, raw cauliflower dipped in ranch dressing is wonderful.
Cauliflower has always reminded me of broccoli.
In that case you should also know that pidgin stores the passwords in plaintext in the settings file(at least last time I checked).
I'm lost here... what's "an analog"? Do you mean a diagram?
As others have pointed out, there are 24 one hour chapters, it's not meant to teach you in a 24 hour period.
The difference is want and need. If you steal a bread to feed your children (and yourself) is a want. To steal an xbox to entertain your children is a want.
I think you meant "need" for the first example?
It's the required car analogy, what more can you ask for?
You have just revealed that you are not an old fart.
So am I the that is seeing this MOTD at the bottom of
Are Linux users lemmings collectively jumping off of the cliff of reliable, well-engineered commercial software? -- Matt Welsh
It DOES affect the software when they start adding bloat just to get a jump on their competitors with a new version number.
Do you mean Mobil and their Speedpass?
If I remember correctly they even had one that you can glue onto your window so it activates the pump when you drive up.
I haven't seen a Shell/Texaco station with that but maybe they just weren't in my area.
Go switch to classic discussion style, it still looks mostly the same other than the side bar.
($15m US) tax rebate
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