There are almost always video game guitars at Goodwill these days for a few dollars.
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The bassoon is popularly known as the 'farting bedpost' in some circles. In Italian, the word for bassoon is 'faggot'.
You'll be required to pay it with 1930's money. Better head to the coin dealer to buy rare coins out of that glass display case, take out of the coin holders and spend. Pre 1930 wheat cents are the expensive ones, same with the buffalo and shield nickels. All the higher denomination coins are 90% silver, You're not going to find it a good deal...
How often do you need it? And why would you download it more than once?
Well, then. You seem to have everything figured out. . . .
Next, we need the FDA to take control of the ear wax buildup problem. Why do we even allow people in restaurants who have an ear was buildup problem.
So it's hoaxes all the way down.
I'm glad we can at least establish that.
Consensus is part of the scientific method.
Actually, if you look at history, consensus is often the deadweight that holds back scientific progress.
Just because we all hold hands and agree on something doesn't mean there isn't a better explanation. 'Consensus' per se isn't a good thing or an integral part of scientific progress at all.
It pisses me off how much Slashdot seems to have become an 'IT Guy' website. It didn't used to be that way. Slashdot is News for Nerds and there are many flavors of nerds.
What triggered this comment is "a lot of us are the same way if we just have CS degrees" because nerds have all sorts of focuses. Some of us are even primarily hardware oriented. And the hardware isn't necessarily even 'digital.' Historically, nerds are the people who have scanning electron microscopes in their basement that they built themselves. And other stuff.
Almost everyone that you see on TV is an actor.
It's shocking that a lot of people don't seem to understand this.
But demanding people spend billions of dollars to try to "fix" the whole climate situation?
That's one really unscientific part about how many people view Global Warming. It could very well be a true phenomenon. That doesn't mean we understand it well enough for a large central organization to command that we spend billions of dollars to 'fix' it. It very well could be that we should be scrambling to keep our tech base up to the task of dealing with consequences we can't prevent at this point. It could be that the 'fix' hasn't been discovered yet, and that hamstringing our economy will prevent us from ever figuring out what to do.
Yes, but there's also a large infestation of Somali immigrants in the Twin Cities, the location of the MofA. So it makes sense as a problem spot and the mall being there is part of why it's a choice target.
In recent iOS releases, Apple has been pushing Alpha-grade code out to their customer base. This is a real improvement.
I knew somebody back in the day who had a Canadian knockoff of the Apple. I think it was an 'Orange Computer' branded unit. Apple ran outfits like that out of business. They weren't into cloning or open systems in the early days, either.
Maybe he's pre-bought a grave plot. It doesn't seem like what he'd do, but I don't know him personally.