That's happened to me several times! You've really gotta read up on peanuts.
Allergy. Like peanuts. I say ban peanuts.
Dude, u mad bro?
A part of the operating system with which you browse. How is it not a browser?
I will be sending you Photoshop CS 7 files, not coding for anything under IE 9,
Save us, contradiction man!
1. No hardware support
2. No software support
3. IT not familiar with it anymore
4. IE not working on all websites
1. Business hardware is typically monitor, mouse, keyboard, printer, scanner. I think we've got universal drivers covered in those spaces.
2. I've not seen many game-changing business applications in the desktop space recently. This is probably also a non-issue.
3. Please tell me you're joking.
4. Stop using IE.
Partially agree. Don't be too quick to discount the effect that low self-esteem can have on persons of any intelligence.
The thing that always bothered me the most was having people misquote me and misrepresent my positions. Like the gaggle of slashdotters insisting that I thought the earth was created in 7*24 hours because I hold belief that we were created by God. The two beliefs are not the same. I definitely would have been more OK with that same group of people saying my beliefs were wrong than that they would tell me that I believed something I did not.
Speaking for myself: this has nothing to do with a desire of my own to look smart on the Internet. I genuinely want others to be smarter. This confers several benefits; not the least of which being that I don't have to waste any clock cycles translating their poor communication into what it really means. I wish you had of thought of that.
Things like this are good to show your kids to demonstrate what a Real American can do with guts and determination and also to show them the indomitability of the American spirit and how we don't need to take any God damn shit from the Chinks, Japs, Eurotrash etc.
If he had have died it would have additionally shown your kids that jumping off high things is very dangerous.
So really it's win/win.
Except he is Austrian.....
Also, random racial trolling por qué?
OT reply to sig: I was wearing swim trunks and a black t-shirt when I was baptized and ordained.
Conflict of interest. My employer can't dictate that I don't go help the competition as soon as I clock out? Think about what you're saying; preferably before you say it.
I deal with Fibromyalgia as well (though mine is much tamer than that of anyone else I know) and so when these things come up I pay keen attention. I've seen elsewhere that certain drugs like dextromethorphan (found in cough syrup) can help by disrupting a different set of pain receptors than typical painkillers. Much more recently, I've been looking into "EFT" - a practice related to acupressure that assumes to relate physical and emotional pain.
Regarding Cymbalta: a friend of mine had horrible reactions to this drug. She went from being in constant pain to simply being suicidal. I cringe when I hear its name.
Apple's attitude is already reflecting in their market growth vs the growth of others like Android, and they'll have to ease up a little or they'll keep losing share.
Are you sure this statistic is based on their app store?
without having a degree to start with it's pretty much futile in terms of knowing what is and is not reliable information.
'Cause experiments are hard, and common sense doesn't come until you get a Ph.D
A smart person is a person who knows how to learn. People stop learning when they stop trying. Anyone can be smart (save for those with severe disabilities) in a different given way, so long as they continue activating their brain to study and learn about things. That's one reason, in my opinion, that college-schooled individuals are generally seen as smarter than the rest: they have continued to learn. If the lessons stuck, they won't accept their degree as a plateau and cease learning there, even.
To your comment that implies a degree itself makes one smarter and/or is required in order to know good from bad: take it from someone who is generally recognized as very intelligent that the piece of paper and title along with it do not mean as much as the work that went into them. And trust me, you can do that work and more without ever stepping foot into a classroom.