Rain-X! Lots and lots of Rain-X!!!
Try the X1 carbon. Very lightweight and powerful. It's the Windows equivalent of a MacBook Air. Internal storage is SSD.
From an American perspective, the Texas state flag is a rebel flag too; culturally speaking that is. But that's ok, I love the rebel
Texan proud baby!
You have to kill 6 million people in order to stick around apparently. But naw, get some wackjob to kill a few in church...ban the confederate flag and ostracize everything that defines the American South. Oh, and even Gone With the Wind will be pulled next.
"Congress passed the Affordable Care Act to improve health insurance markets, not to destroy them," wrote Chief Justice Roberts in the majority opinion (PDF). He added that nationwide availability of the credits is required to "avoid the type of calamitous result that Congress plainly meant to avoid." The ruling will come as a major relief to Obama as he seeks to ensure that his legacy legislative achievement is implemented effectively and survives political and legal attacks before he leaves office in early 2017. Justice Antonin Scalia took the relatively rare step of reading a summary of his dissenting opinion from the bench. "We really should start calling the law SCOTUScare," said Scalia referencing the court's earlier decision upholding the constitutionality of the law.
Skateboards have trucks that pivot the axles toward or away from each-other providing the ability to steer. Can this hoverboard respond in a similar fashion via inductive drag from the edges of the board?
Abortion: it's not just for babies. I choose to give this comment life!
Many financial sites require Java and Acrobat Reader. And then there's the Trusteer Rapport application which locks down your browser communication. I can't say it doesn't do the job at security, but it really fucks with accessing certain other websites and and features embedded.
These financial institutions should have two physical computers. One dedicated to accessing only certain sites with JRE, Acrobat, and Flash, and another for everyday other usage scenarios.
Any relation to the CrytoWall virus? So far three companies that I know of got hit hard by this SOB. I've blocked TOR and i2P traffic in attempt to break future contact between infected computers and it's bonet/C&C servers. CryptoWall is a nasty motherfucker!
Most of the time - if not all these days - should adhere to the Common RAID Disk Data Format (DDF). That means you can migrate an entire member set of RAID5 from one controller to another and important the foreign volume to be mounted.
Just burn the stuff for energy. It's better than letting it pile up and getting into our oceans.
I'm amazed they didn't just create a tunnel under the road for pedestrians to walk under. You know, make-work shovel ready jobs in which the tax payer gets it up the ass. Obviously the politicians haven't been getting their evil on right.
Car won't start unless the biometric sensors on the wheel are activated at all times.
1. It validate whom started the car and thus is driving it.
2. Taking both hands off the wheel yields in a loud and annoying sound in the cabin; much like driving without your seatbelt on, if not louder.
Ergo, you can't drive with cloves, and a steering wheel replacement has to be purchased and installed by a certified dealer..
Oppressive laws are are trivial to draft and pass.
What starts off as voluntary eventually becomes mandatory. It won't be long before black box data is recorded and uploaded to the "cloud" upon each gas refill where the RF hardware is in each pump. The database being funded by your tax dollars under that auspices of public safety with includes environmental regulation. Oh, and your insurance company has access to said database.
"I'm sorry James, but your dynamic insurance rate went up 20% last month from aggressive driving. Here are some friendly tips on how to reduce that bill next month..."
Yes, they already do that with ectoparasiticides and they're dyed pink. Once ground up, they can be identified at a boarder customs.