Yes, we do.
Yes, we do.
Yes, I do. I haven't used Yahoo for ages, but I often get on gmail. My phone is fine for reading emails, but it's a lot easier to respond to them on a real computer, rather than the phone or tablet.
The longevity is a double-edged sword. When I left my ISP mail, I had relatively few emails, most of which were spam. I have 100X more stuff in gmail than every previous provider combined. Most of it's not important, but it would still affect me more than my previous switches did.
Recently, they had to give me a new hard drive on my work computer, and I had a virgin install of Firefox (no adblocker). I was on the web while waiting on work, and the anti-virus warned of a possible virus from one of the sites (might have been
I remember one time I was at a doctor's, and he was training a new doc. The newbie seemed to care, but the old timer acted like he didn't give a damn. This was quite a while ago, so I suspect the younger doctor has learned to be a pompous, uncaring ass by now.
My first experience was Windows 3, I forget whether it was 3.0 or 3.1. I installed it on a 286. With 1Mg RAM. Ever seen a snail run through molasses?
And by then, everyone's forgotten about the series and started watching something else, and the networks wonder why the viewership has plummeted.
One problem, IMO, is if they had stuck with the evil Dr Smith, at some point Maj West would have just killed the SOB while the rest applauded. As the bumbling Dr Smith, he could get by with more without getting killed.
Do the "unlimited" vacation people work for AT&T/Verizon?
We need to declare war on "wars".
I seriously doubt that any spy, agent or terrorist carries along encrypted plans. Even plans are not communicated. This has been understood for well over a thousand years of warfare. At best, there are a series of code words which are clues to events, but alone, are meaningless. Hence, if you are going to go through with a plan, you might communicate, "The match is on." But even that is suspicious. Probably something more along the lines of quoting some obscure text.
"Winter is coming".
Venus's surface is around 460C (860F). Robotic probes sent to take photos of the surface melt. It's like the automatically cleaning cycle on decent ovens all the time. If you're looking at the moons further out, you're dealing with extreme cold. Mars is the only viable place beyond the moon based on how we can deal with the extreme temperatures. We also need gravity to be just right for any extended period, without which, we'll suffer with massive health problems.
Life is space isn't as easy as jumping on a spaceship and carrying on like it's a shopping mall. Forget the crap you see in TV and movies.
Are the outer moons any colder than the dark side of our moon? Not saying it would be practical, after all, we don't exactly have houses on our moon, or Mars, either. Just that they're not much worse than our moon or Mars.
I don't think Venus would be feasible. Too hot! However, there's still various asteroids and moons. Maybe even Pluto. Other than the distance, they'd be as feasible as our moon or Mars.
If you're going from Mexico to Texas, you know you can breathe the air, drink the water, and eat the food. You can't do that on Uranus (or even Mars).
There was a long stretch when I would look for something to watch and see nothing but reality & sitcoms. It is a lot better now, and I've dropped several otherwise good shows just because I don't have time to watch them, but for awhile my evening entertainment consisted of surfing the web and yelling at Bill O'Reilly.
The two most common things in the Universe are hydrogen and stupidity. -- Harlan Ellison