You can't make a plane that does everything.
Ya dumb broad. Go write a shitty 3rd-grade-level song about it.
Ever been born in the hospital? They take your footprint and it could just as easily be put on government record if they can't get through your foil hat. Beside, even giving something away requires inventory tracking on some level.
Perhaps they use thumbprints as opposed to swipe cards that students lose? When I was in elementary school we had the cards for our cash accounts and a friend lost his almost every week. Yes, thumbprints sound a little scary, but even if they gave them ID cards they would still be tracking them.
Hey, great work on that CEO Python script. It'll save us a bunch of money not paying that guy. That said, you're fired. Don't leave ass prints on the door.
D = dropped
First article I read about the so called "on off" aging switch the guy said you wouldn't live forever. He backed this up with statistics and the certainty that something would get you after about 300-400 years: illness, plane crash, murder, etc. it is the aging switch, not the immortality switch in the general sense.
I remember popping the disk out to make sure I didn't put a Redhat disk in by mistake when I saw "REDHAT LINUX" across the top of the installer. No, it really was the Mandrake disk.
Anti-platelet therapy is pretty effective at preventing restenosis. Risk factor modification further improves outcomes. Regardless, it beats the alternative. Look at it this way: you could die as a result of getting a stent (bare metal, drug-eluding), but you will die if you sit around and do nothing.
Just last year we were putting dissolving coronary stents in patients as a study in my lab. The researchers were highly selective about who was eligible based on a strict criteria. So I think putting electronics in them is even further off.
These ransomware viruses are getting more sophisticated. You can only combat that with a multifaceted strategy. I backup entire images to my media server. I also backup the irreplaceable stuff to a separate folder which my media server backs up to Amazon S3 via S3FS (shell scripts!). Finally, I have an external drive which I plug in and backup to once a week. It's cold storage which the ransomware can't get to unless I fail to realize I've been compromised when I plug it in.
Have the same issue with wifi on my HP laptop. This solution from Linux Mint forums worked for me: http://forums.linuxmint.com/vi...
Aye, drink that much regular soda and see if you find a link to heart disease, obesity, diabetes and renal failure.
The insulin release theory was proven false.
It just smelled like he died in the bathroom. My wife says the same thing about me.