The entire NHL are overweight to obese, at least according to their BMI
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This does not qualify as a joke more like a pathetic feeble attempt at one
April fools day jokes are fun if they are "slightly" more subtle
A pound of bricks is heavier.... Try dropping it on your toes
Nope it does not!
At least not running a fully up to date Firefox on a real OS
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There aren't that many De Loreans still available
I am no doctor, I just read the article, a rare occurrence on
I know it sounds silly.... but RTFA
a simple X-ray will show the lungs as black holes in the body, a mystery box of trouble. But if a patient takes a breath of helium-3, the resulting MRI is so bright it looks as though the patient inhaled a light bulb
Patents have a reasonable justification. However 25 years? That is utterly silly, try 5 years. Then you are forced to use your invention right now to actually make money on it. That would kill patent trolling right away
I'll bite on this troll...
Renewable energy != perpetual energy
Solar power, wind power, hydro power, burning plant matter are all viable renewable energy sources today.
Incidentally all have been in use for the last... oohh 3000 years
Now my comment was that you could trim boot on a desktop.... I do not have a desktop in my car as a sound system, and I dare guess that neither do you
I agree fully with you but no one can work sustained 10-15 hour days. The reasoning from that company was a little strict, but they could not afford problems in production and they saw a trend and dealt with it.
I do that several times a day.... When I open the lid on the laptop it is up in 2 seconds
I worked for a company once that had a strict rule of 7.5 hours per day 5 days a week. If you needed to work extra to finish something you had to get clearance from the director of development.
Their reasoning was that after 7.5 hours per day you introduce much more errors and that will increase testing and bug fixing time and ultimately the company product.
With that reasoning in mind..... 10-11 hour days will likely f-ck up any programs developed pretty badly