But, unlike your post, it is not a non-sequitor.
That would be weird... the Romans named the area Palestine when the Jews were living there. Why would anyone want to give the land to Arabs?
It's usual for Gizmag to have this article posted yesterday? Outside of Alice in Wonderland, what would that even mean?
(By the way, how did you know it was a "he"?)
By the way, how did we know you're a piece of shit?
I think that's an excellent solution. Shame it's not really final, though.
I have a video from my brother of two intercepts in about a 2 minute time span.
Is that actually using i outside the loop, or are you just implicitly defining i after the loop? I don't know the answer, but based on my knowledge of JS, either could be the case. The latter is not a scope issue.
With IBM, you paid (pay?) for performance. They don't hide the fact that their hardware is more capable than what you are getting, if you aren't paying for top tier performance.
The funny thing is that all of those were objectively better in performance than what PCs were using, with the (possible) exception of USB. Apple never went for the cheap option just for the sake of being cheap, but the rest of the industry never followed whole-heartedly, so Apple ended up with tech that died, except for niches.
USB is the one that Apple dove into and somehow (probably because of the promise of cheap peripherals) got PC makers to go along. The charge was led by Apple.
And your post goes right along with the notion that Slashdot is filled with shitheads.
That's one of the most retarded statements I've seen on
Why would Genesis mention any celestial objects other than those visible and understandable to the original recipients of the Bible? Talking about the creation of the planet we live on is a perfectly acceptable thing to do when space flight of any kind would not occur for another 3-4000 years.
Hebrew is an Akkadian dialect, and comes from further east than the Canaanites. And modern Hebrew script is Assyrian in origin. I don't know about the original script, though.
Mailing list software is not the author of any email it distributes on behalf of a list user.
That is only true in the sense that the list-serv isn't creative in the Human sense, and did not author the words contained in the message. From a technical standpoint, however, it is perfectly valid to state that list-serv software is authoring the message. It just happens to be quoting verbatim from some random message it received.
Multiple, incompatible guest OS's.
I am not really sure what more need be said.