But as I get into my 50's, I've found even that isn't enough and I have to watch what I eat and drink.
Lem: Maybe the meat blob's not taking in enough nutrients. I guess I could try and give it a mouth. Ted: I'm gonna say no to the meat blob getting a mouth. Mostly because I don't want to hear what it has to say.
Back in the 1990's my father's factory, they made train parts, was bought out by a German firm. After a while all measurements had to be done in metric. They had special classes to teach these men, most 40+ year old with high school educations at best the metric system. He said once you allowed yourself to change how you thought, it was no big deal. This was from a man that only finished high school because his parents wouldn't sign the paperwork for him to enter the USMC before he was 18! He's close to 80 today and still uses metric for most of his work around the house. I always felt if someone like him could be converted then anyone can learn and use the metric system.
Didn't really know what part of Conn. they moved to recently. Last my wife heard from her was EVERYTHING is in lock down. Her children would be middle school age so probably not at that school but she can't contact them and hasn't seen them yet. (As of 2 hrs ago.) Cannot image how this must feel as a parent. Just, so, so sad.
It's just intercepted more missiles in the last week then the previous 2 years combine. Since there are only 4 Iron Dome Batteries operational, with a 5th that just came on line 11/17/2012, and 2 more scheduled for 2013, I always thought Hamas could overwhelm Iron Dome. It seems Hamas has tried that but Israel UAV's have been able to spot these attempts and that's where the IAF comes in. They are able to use their Air Power to bomb these attempts before any missiles are launched. Each Iron Dome Battery cost around $37million US Dollars with the Tamir missiles around $40,000 each. I feel this has just been a test by Hamas to see the capabilities of Iron Dome. They probably realized they lost this round days ago but are unable to stop now without loosing face. (A very important point in the Arab world.) A truce will be worked out and Hamas will re-evaluate where they must be in 2, 5, 10 years from now before they can attempt a successful attack. Of course Israel won't sit still during that time. All just very, very sad.
The dairy farm behind my house, it's about an 7 iron shot to one of the barns, has been doing this for years. When my children were young, they are 22 and 18 now, the would come back with bags of pez candy. They would tell me stories of the 'Pez Mountain' at the farm. I didn't really believe it until I saw it for myself. A 10 foot tall pile of Pez. They would mix it in with the feed. They would also purchase day old bread, doughnuts, etc. and also mix it with the fee.
I interviewed with a consulting company. After 3 interviews, tech exam, etc. the final thing they wanted me to do was go to one of their client's sites and do something. (Don't remember exactly what now.) I respectfully declined to go to one of their customers. That was the last I heard from that company.
Nope. It was very cool for the time. My CompSci prof. had one in his office to test. His daughter was part of the Lisa team. I remember the names of all the team members molded into the inside of the plastic case.
Hire someone to give onsite training. First time is a warning or time off without pay... Second time your fired... Sorry but Harassment isn't a joke.
Main Force Patrol (MPF) was the only police force in Australia.
they probably need the money to help the team. Everyone knows SEC football titles is WAY more important then actual classes.
Remember, one of SJG first games was 'Raid on Iran' that was published only weeks after the failed attempt to recuse the hostages from Iran in 1980. We used to say that game was the real reason the FBI first raided them.
Phil: Maybe we should give the meat blob a mouth so we can fee it. Ted: NO!, I don't want to hear what the meat blob might say.
It was on a project called 'Software Robots' in there Applied AI department. Not as grand as it sounds. For part of my assignment I worked in a clean room with a computer, pad of paper, & pen. Nothing else was allowed in. I helped convert their film layer part formulas from one system to another. I always thought it was funny that a lowly consultant had the 'keys to the castle'. Of course everything was encrypted and I really didn't understand what I was reading. Almost everyone I worked with had 'Dr.' in their title. They were also some of the funniest people I ever worked with in my 27 years in the field. I was at Kodak Park and I still remember how funny it was to see people walking around with gun cases going to the on site rifle range. Sad day.
I'm currently building a nice 6' x 10' gaming table for my Napoleonic & WW2 era miniatures wargames. Just a different branch of the nerd tree.