torrents != tor != Tor (Sci-fi book company) != Tor, regular in Ed Wood movies, along with Vampirella and Bela Lugosi
Perhaps. I don't see their bailing out as the big thing, like it's a protest.
It's unseemly for jurists working for tue government to appear at a conference where a featured speaker is on the lam.
It says nothing about the issues being debated -- some may even privately support him, or at least Wikileaks.
It's like US supreme Court justices applauding at political statements by the president during the state of the union.
You don't need water reminders for daily life, nor do you need a water bottle. Nor, for the most part, water.
You get more or less enough from your food alone. "You need to keep hydrated" is a fraud along the lines of valentine's day stuff -- a complete creation of companies.
Hehe. You pay twice what you pay for pop...for water.
Nestle's claims they use 700 million gallons a year bottling. This is the equivalent of what two golf courses use. CA has over 1100 golf courses.
The Supreme Court has long ruled any federal plan to siphon from the Great Lakes requires the permission of the states on them, not to mention Canada by way of treaty.
I doubt they could do it without their permission, for that matter, as California is seen as a folly of its own making -- go let them hang. The Great Lake states vote, too, and are larger. May we assemble a multi billion dollar debt package payment for you, too?
Keep in mind with no viable storage method, we are basically asking the utilities to keep the same number of power plants open...in case of clouds...while getting a massive drop off in income.
What fraction of a bill currently is the plant and lines and personnel vs. coal or gas or oil?
I expect "game engine" demos to look the same as gameplay -- rendered cutscenes have been done with the game engine for years now, rather than playing pre-renderred video clips.
Procrastination isn't necessarily part of ADD (if it is at all.)
Procrastinators tend to see the entire job all at once, see it is a shitload of work, and just say fuck it.
Break it down into smaller chunks and do just one, and it's easier.
> I can't wait for the day they are all replaced by robots.
I know, fucking politicians!
It isn't just Google or Bing that does this.
Initiate countdown, T -60 years to "Oh my god, we're pulling too much CO2 out of the atmosphere! Plants are having a tough time growing! And it's getting too cold -- people are skating on the canals of Amsterdam again!"
A sarcasm or a prediction? You decide.
Commander Data: "AAA game? Ahhh, high-profile franchise game. A blockbuster. Star Wars: The Old Republic. DC Universe Online. The new Tomb Raider. Lord of the Rings Online. The Elder Scrolls Online. Guild Wars..."
Captain Picard: "Data, stop."
A test, for you, and only you: Do you steal songs by downloading them illegally?
Security was decentralized on 9/11. After 9/11, the security was centralized, i.e. taken from airlines and private companies, to the federal government. Congress had to be seen doing something.
Had this been the state on 9/11, it would have been decentralized. Dilbert covered this management back and forth flip flop fraud in a more generic sense even earlier.
> glass room
Damn. This attack required simultaneously balls and a lack of balls, ping pong.