Forced? Someone holding a gun to their head?
Forced? Someone holding a gun to their head?
within that reasoning I should get kitten leave for the 14 week old one that employed me a few weeks ago .
yep, used to take NASA minutes to redact the alien bases out of the pics. But with all those conspiracy nuts nitpicking over a few artifacts in the pics they have to be much more thorough..
I had the same thing. Then I installed Windows 95 and finally it was useless
I actually published a book on performance testing on Amazon and have signed up for the KU program. I sell about 5 books per month. Living in the 'first world' I can safely say that the money isn't why I do it. I am still happy to see sales, cause that tells me people read my book. And it would be even more interesting to see if people actually read it. So for me, I'm not worried about missing out on a few dollars and may even get some more feedback.
However, I also buy books in the Kindle store. First thing I do is to convert the books to epubs so I can load them on my Sony Ereader. I am sure I'm not the only one. How does Amazon handle those? Seems to me those are counted as not read even though the buyer actually read them. Just not on a Kindle reader.
on a Cobol devs resume however it's a good sign.
The Neville Chamberlain theme is turning in some sort of Godwin of its own. If you're not prepared to send the overstretched US army in another war and go for a political solution someone will throw Chamberlain at you. An equally valuable contribution.
This one even at first post. Sigh
Good article. Although even that article states that they could still get checking accounts (at some banks).
To me it seems a lot of banks simply chose not to go through the trouble for a limited amount of customers. That's not OK, as that limits your choices. But largely the banks doing. And that's no surprise to me.
It does also seem to me the law is too draconian. I still however see no need to have piles of cash.
hmm I Googled that (hadn't heard about it) and found this article.
Apparently a number of banks no longer serve American securities investors. So you are right in that if you want to evade taxes you now do need to smuggle out cash again like in the old days.
I don't think you'll have an issue getting a normal checking account. So for your everyday transactions there is no need to deal 'in piles of cash' You can pay by credit and debit card like the rest of us...
The article even states so: "Customers with normal checking or savings accounts in Germany are not affected, however."
But I'm glad someone is sticking up for the tax evaders.
probably the same can be said of people not wearing glasses. I say: let's make wearing glasses compulsory!
True, but people from their generation also had wheat available which resembled how nature intended it and not the super fast absorbed carb bomb it is now.
So for it to really work, you need the ingredients to be equal as well...
Interesting, but I lost 20 Kg in about that same amount of time and did NOT change the calorie intake. For me it was simply replacing wheat by alternatives (mainly Spelt). As well as limiting other 'fast carbs', so no more white rice etc. The total amount of calories has hardly changed.
The biggest mistake made I think is that we oversimplify things. I.e. in my case the surplus weight didn't arrive until I was over 30 years old. Before that I could eat as much as I wanted. This kind of fat or rather putting on weight can be quite different from people that put on weight as kids and so on. Which means that a different remedy may be required.
There will be circumstances where reducing calories will be the trick. That does not mean it will work for everyone and it also does not mean that you could not have achieved the same result by another diet. Most of all I think much more research is needed. Which is a problem in the west, since no large company can make money of telling us how to eat better. So who will pay for it?
Having said that, if it works for you, good stuff!
Since you don't like the quality of Foscam, how about an old Android phone? I own a Foscam and had no problems with the quality, so I assume you want a higher resolution. Any old or cheap Android phone will likely have a high enough resolution. Combine that with something like autocam and write a small script that ftps the picture (have never tried autocam so I'm not sure if it is OK...). The phone will have wifi etc. all build in. You might needs some creativity to mount it to a wall.
I think the aliens would be to busy laughing at the lasers to start hating us.
Indeed, and the few that actually do (or did) get it, love(d) it!
The nicest thing about the Alto is that it doesn't run faster at night.