No, Bart Sibrel is just a generally offensive cock-bag. Decking his ass is reflexive and as natural as breathing.
On my phone? Whenever my provider pushes an update.
On my computer? Only when my current OS isn't doing something I need it to do.
I'll say this. I'm from the state that exported him, so he'd stop pestering people here and spread his attentions around (kinda like Arkansas did with Clinton).
I stand behind my statement.
I really really really want Obama to not be an idiot
HAH! TOO LATE!
Why should he be any different than any other president sitting in office in the last 45 years?
Unfortunately, USA is starting to be redefined as "Unswervingly Socialist America".
Kill me now...
First, you provide evidence that every instance of a non-gay physically attacking a gay is rooted in the person BEING gay.
Until then, fuck off.
Trust me. If they thought they could get away with it, they would.
It isn't about getting more seats in a plane
Yeah. Yeah it is. This is why you have seating arrangements designed for the average hypermetabolic midget ectomorph who can exhale, suck it in and hold it for the duration of the flight.
And, if you happen to be a normal sized person or a non-ectomorph body type, or carrying any extra weight at all, said planes are sardine cans where you're expected to die of asphyxiation.
And that's BEFORE the person in front of you reclines their seat and crushes you.
Sure, because only idiots would use a tool that they KNOW compromises their own systems as well.
Where it was shown that Hacking Team's software WAS BACK DOORED!
Stupid fucking twits.
Oh wait, they're a cybercrime gang.
Currently drives that outperform it, like the Samsung 850 Evo, match it on a cents-per-gig level.
This sort of forces one to ask the question, who does Toshiba think it's selling to?
Also, while people are touting Toshiba's "no hassle" warranty, my experience with Toshiba urges me to wait and see how much of a hassle it really is.
SOMEONE got a nice large donation to their re-election coffers!
I kinda stumbled into telecommuting with my company about 6 years ago.
We'd just replaced our phone system and the new one allowed for remote extensions.
It started out as a day or two a week and converted into full time work-from-home with only occasional trips to the main office.
Mostly because I proved to my employer that I could be trusted to work responsibly from home.
And, even though I've only got a short commute to work (24 miles round trip), the amount of money I've saved in gas (about $1000 a year) and mileage (about 40K) is non-trivial.