You're a tool. All of them should be preserved when possible.
She dropped the computer off for recycling. If you throw out a bunch of stuff, and unbeknownst to you there is a mint copy of Action Comics #1 in that stuff, them once you throw it out it is no longer yours. In fact, the local municipaloty may have a stronger claim than you do in such a case.
I have no sympathy for her if she tries to push for more than the $100,0000. She's lucky the recycling center is ethical enough to offer it to her, as they're otherwise not obligated to give her a penny.
Time to go pirate some GTA games.
Pretty much, because Youtube sucks. They haven't rolled out 60fps to the mobile apps yet, even though many mobile devices can easily handle 60fps (I know for a fact that the iPad Air supports up to 1080p60).
Nope. Detention was after school. ISS is during the school day - instead of reporting to your normal first period class, you report to the ISS room.
I fail to see how USB-C to Lightning cables would be indicative in any way of a dystopia. I quite enjoy the Lightning port, myself. It's compact, reversible, and robust. As long as the cable connects to standard USB, I fail to see the issue. The only issue I see is the rabid anti-Apple zealots who would seek to force Apple away from Lightning.
Or jailbreak (stay off 8.1.3!) and enjoy the style and smoothness of even the current base-level device (currently, iPhone 5c) with the freedom and customization available when you knock down the wall. Hell, my iPad has a command-line multi-system assembler that can, among others, handle 6502 and 68000 code. Can your mobile device assemble Sega Genesis code? Mine can
Jailbreak for packages distributed via Cydia (or
Say again that sideloading is impossible on iOS without mentioning 8.1.3 and you're not telling the whole story.
Motion detection is a horrible idea. It just needs to be set to snap pics as often as they normally change the menu (or have it be triggered manually in a simple, push-button fashion).
Well, that escalated quickly.
Sony Pictures Entertainment is an American company. Always has been. Except for Sony, they've even always been owned by American companies.
LGBTP? Oh hell no. There is no such thing as the "LGBTP" community.