I bought the Roku XD|S because it has a toslink connector on the back.
At work I learned of simple and chemical asphyxiants. I presume that most rocks (along with concrete) would represent simple asphyxiants. I think it will become a bigger deal once transporter technology is ubiquitous.
www.sorehands.com (142825) writes: Alter Relationship After the collision they repaired each other. That is where the confusion came from. ------------------- Our Roomba at home is called Tan-Ru (sp?) because it too was a robotic probe whose mission was to sterilize.
Having responded as a volunteer firefighter/emergency medical provider (you have volunteered, right?), I can say that in the USA, it is a 911 caller working with an EMS dispatcher that determines the alacrity of an ambulance response. Presumably the dispatcher uses a tool such as the one described in TFA, but the caller is the one describing the situation. Insurance has absolutely nothing to do with the situation. If your condition is immediately life threatening you will be treated (even without your consent if you are unconscious). I know that everyone wants to say that the US system of emergency medicine is broken, but it isn't. I imagine that you will be billed an unknowable quantity at some time in the future, but that is after you have survived what might have been a deadly situation.
You mean there is an imaginary component?
It was well done. It described what many people use Google for.
"But I killed the galoot when he started to shoot electricity into my walls." Robert Service (The Ballad of Pious Pete is an excellent poem)
I am glad that the academics who worked on the Manhattan Project did not feel this way. Although it is difficult to keep secrets for forever, some need to be kept (to at the very least make "the other side" spend a lot of money to discover them).