Planned on using the internet more, but AT&T stopped me with a notice that I exceeded my "cap" and would be charged more if I did so again. Still, I'm never going to "pay for TV" again. $12,000 a decade is just way too much for me.
But they are definitely still lacking in fuel efficiency and even more importantly safety. What really needs to be focused on is a method to stop them dead in their tracks whenever they are in striking distance of slower moving objects such as pedestrians and bicyclists.
It seems the majority are pretty set in their beliefs no matter how many facts are lacking to back them up.
The US was still reeling from the Great Depression and people of color were lynched for refusing to ride in the back of the bus.c
Much as I hate to admit it, what I see is what I get. Kill australis and save Firefox!
So 18 discs work with greasy fingers, and one doesn't? That is your theory? To add insult to injury I received an email from my ISP that I would be charged more for internet access because I exceeded their max after I watched the missing episodes that were available on my Amazon account. I'm really trying to stay on the right side, but the powers that be are making it very hard to do so.
Brand new, never before played disc. All others in the set worked fine, both newer and older. Tell me again about your "grease" theory.
Well first off, they don't always play. I have a disc never used before from a newly purchased complete "Fringe" series that my player can't be read even though the others have played just fine. Secondly, I prefer preparing my snacks before the disc goes in the machine.
Those thousands of other players and programs also have forced restrictions and few options.
Did somebody let dice have a go at the codebase? Seriously, it is strange. Even the logo is missing at the top. I checked my script blocking, and fsdn and slashdot are allowed. Only google and rpxnow are blocked. What gives?
So you've never visited a "peddler's mall" or a consignment shop?
Have to say this is pretty much false everywhere I shop, but will add I wouldn't shop anywhere where this is true. Any business whose survival depends on saving a few pennies on credit card fees is destined for failure around here because there are very few willing to walk around with cash just to keep them alive.
So the benefits to those who are totally 180 degrees opposite your opinion is, what!? Pretending we are still a democracy, just what would it take to cause those who want their legally protected to side with yours? Are you sure you understand the bottom line here? If I give you $x I want an authoriatory to guarantee the I get $X back if I give it to you. Maybe some laws that force you to make me at lease break even when you go under? Don't know for sure, but people are generallly okay with accepting loss as long as they don't lose.
First thought, if your "business" couldn't survive for a mere 45 days without income then your business was was underfunded to start with, and I believe that underfunding is one of the biggest causes of new business failures. I would hope that you should consider your "been there, done that" as a lesson that you should never start an enterprise that you can't fund without income for at least a year.
The question should be, can a smart watch replace your smart phone?
To me, at least, the answer to question would determine whether I would invest in smart watch. Any device that requires me to carry another to work how i expect it to work is just a non-starter in my book.