We get to see Neil's blurry thumb 2,000 times.
One small jiggle for a man, one giant blur for humanity!
Actually, some of the side shots of craters are a great example of shadows seemingly "going the wrong way" do to topology. And the curvature of the moon is so apparent on shots featuring a horizon, very nice. Thanks NASA.
Not only are you flushing your money down the toilet, but getting all those empty bottles out of our waste stream would be a great benefit for all of us.
I'm rich enough that I only fill my toilet tanks with the finest imported bottled water. It's only the best for my effluence!
Re-bottle that and you could sell it as "Affluent Effluent" brand liquid fertilizer!
Jeez. It'd be less fork-fest and more bug-kakke.
Well... That's an image I didn't need...
never gonna look at my phone the same way again...
The term is "consumer." But what baffles me is how does one "consume" a stream of bits?
One byte at a time?
Panache got forked. It's now Flamboyance 3.1.4
I hope the new developers are flexible...
There's no reason they can't decide to start doing that for all updates.
There might be. For instance. Microsoft might have contractual obligations to release those patch descriptions publicly for Windows 7. They've kept whole operating systems going past EoL to handle government contracts before.
As far as I know, the US Navy is still paying $9,000,000 a year for XP support, but that is set to end in June of 2017.
XP Point of Sale systems support also ends in 2017.
MRA? Magnetic resonance angiography?
MILFs, Ready, Able...
This is something I can really get behind!
I refuse to be satisfied until my sci-fi fantasy is a reality!
Me too! But... you probably don't want to know what mine involves.
To seek out new life forms,
and explore strange new orifices!
*odds are high of occasionally discovering teeth...
For the same reason they ship in styrofoam. You want something nice and bloaty with no real substance to keep it safe.
Packing peanuts for your disk sectors!
It's 2015 and browsers are not properly sanitizing the URL bar?
That's why I'm waiting for the Lysol® browser...
*Lysol® Browser does not sanitize the keyboard or mouse!
Top Ten Things Overheard At The ANSI C Draft Committee Meetings: (7) Well, it's an excellent idea, but it would make the compilers too hard to write.