Am I the only one wondering how in the fuck some random company was able to just make up a charge out of thin air and then destroy her credit over it?
I was looking forward to some good footage of a little robot scooting around a pasture. Instead I got a 6-second clip of a few cows and something zipping around behind them in what appears to be a time-lapse style shot.
What kind of crap journalism is this?
It does. That's the sad part.
It's days like this that I just love the Chrome extension that changes all instances of the word "cloud" to "butt."
Am I the only one wondering what the tag Super Mango Tit means?
Bob Dylan. The record companies are worried that you wouldn't still see him as the king of musical poetry if you could actually understand wtf he's saying.
Am I the only one wondering why he didn't just give them the wrong password? If it doesn't work, they can't prove he lied about it, he can claim that someone must have tried to change it or hacked into it or something.
...is to install Windows 7.
Assuming there's driver support.
Instructions unclear: dick stuck in ear.
I cured cancer, stopped global warming, and found the last missing episodes of Doctor Who.
Just take my word for it.
Hell, the "Earth" thing probably doesn't even apply as I'd be willing to bet they have access to NASA's radio transmissions, too. After all, their acronyms are only one letter apart.
I just hope we get to see more of the buxom Dr. McKennah in these episodes. I mean see her in more episodes. Not her naked. Or naked is fine too.
I had no idea Homer had taken up a military job. Must've missed that episode.
Seems to me Texas's efforts to hinder Tesla's sales only draws more attention to the brand. If they really wanted to hurt Tesla's sales, they'd buy a fleet of them for government vehicles, then constantly show them stalled along their highways due to Teslas' lack of range and the fact that their highways are some of the longest and loneliest stretches in the country.
Interesting. A site is listed in a Slashdot article, and is so overrun with traffic that it's inaccessible. We should call this the Reddit Effect!