I'm no hospital worker, but I just voluntarily received my first flu shot. My arm was sore the next day. That was the only side effect. (This was a little over a week ago).
A game the gets you in shape was invented years ago: Dance Dance Revolution (DDR). I ran cross country during the same time frame that I played that game, and running 7 miles didn't wear me out as much as an hour on expert mode.
I don't know if I'm the only one who's absolutely amazed by this.
With Wal Mart prices are LOWER. Maybe not for companies, but as a consumer Wal Mart's monopoly is a good thing for me.
And humans still have tailbones.
They sell it as a kit. And I wouldn't pay (or trust) anyone else to take the rims off my bike. And I do know a local shop that will powdercoat rims for $50 each.
Honda sells a special edition motorcycle (CBR1000RR Repsol edition) for $1000 more than the original, even though the only difference is the color of the plastics and rims. You can buy the plastics from Honda separately for $500, and pay a local shop $100 to paint the rims. GM isn't the only one who charges more for a special edition when it can be had for cheaper some other way.
I liked Vista just fine. The basic version came installed on my laptop. But I wanted Windows Media Center to connect to my Xbox, so I downloaded the RC of 7. And honestly, the only difference I've noticed is the ability to change the background at time intervals. I didn't think Vista was bad (way more stable than XP on my desktop), and I don't think 7 is anything impressive. What am I missing?
My non-existent medical knowledge tells me there's a long wait for organ transplants. I wonder if Steve received accelerated care thanks to his status.
Gravel roads are fine if you have 4 wheels, but if you're on two wheels (specifically a sport bike or sport tourer), they can be extremely hazardous.
It might help if we didn't call it "ripping."
Does no one learn from the movies?!
I deleted my Facebook account over this. I gave 24 hour notice to the people on my friends list and that was it.
It works for what I need, which is essentially music, Firefox, and Word.
I use Windows. The reason being that I don't want to spend my time learning how to use an OS; I just want it to work. My version of Vista has yet to crash and I have no complaints.