I personally like to take my latin american and McAffee news with a pinch of salt, a shot of tequila, and a slice of lime.
Some key features were degraded when upgrading from girlfriend to the wife license. However, all the features listed in the OP remained.
I have said device. I call her wife.
My previous device was called mother. She did all the wife could do, except she had difficulties communicating with the home computer and detecting odors.
I'm worried that if you tell Republicans there's oil in asteroids, they'd try to have them delivered to Texas.
You must not supplement your coffee with additives. My experimentation has uncovered sugar, milk, and some forms of alcohol may be added without absolutely ruining the drink. Future experiments with protein additives are planned. I'm not sure why, but my intuition tells me that powered bacon should be next.
Would that mean the president would have to stop wearing USA pins?
How long until this becomes a malware feature too? I like what this guy is doing to ensure the x86 platform stays open, but who doesn't see malware loading its own keys?
Etherkiller, is that a power cord with the female end wired to a RJ45? I was wondering why my predecessor made that cable.
The only reason I haven't jumped ship already is that most of the alternatives have been violently Twitterized. I'm determined to think in full paragraphs. I just can't wait for the headline "Generation Z rediscovers the paragraph." Maybe if I'm lucky--and live long enough to see it--the paragraph will become retro cool.
Generation Z will never discover the paragraph. The closest they will come is strings of phrases and cliches loosely related to the same topic or train of thought. Generation Z perceives paragraphs as well as structured thought as work and therefore must be avoided. As you have observed, people adopt language use from their environment, and the fine literary, theatrical, and music arts which they have been exposed to include text messaging, Harry Potter, teenager sitcoms on Disney/Nick/ABC family, Hannah Montana and Lady Gaga--all of which can be published on twitter with little comprehension lost.
As for the recent editorial quality, I blame new management and the lack of cApiTaL punishment. It'd be nifty if trolls and trollish stories were punished by having their posts all capitalized via moderation, for example, every down vote causes another letter get capitalized. I know I'd gloss over articles and posts written in all caps. But it'd also be nifty if trolls were lynched.
I like how you think. Here are a few more I'd like to see that fit in the same vain:
1. Turkey, fishing pole, CBR suit, shallow spent fuel rod pool.
2. Tesla coil turkey.
3. Termite stuffing.
4. Re-entry turkey.
5. Hot aisle turkey.
6. Pavo para Plantar Solar 10 (Turkey from PS10).
7. Diffused turkey wafers. (I wonder if you could layer some stuffing traces...)
8. Turkey diamonds (if you can make diamonds from peanut butter, then why not turkey?)
That's where Japan is hiding its forty-meter battle robots, Godzilla, and crashed alien spaceships.
Same here... but my IMAP server is only 2 months old.
What are you talking about? According to your reasoning, I must believe 99% of the country is wrong. I can't imagine that I cannot find commonality with 99% of Americans.
Perhaps it is ignorance, single issue voters, stereotypes, and assuming absolute political polarity is what is wrong with American politics. In an actual discussion, I believe most voters could agree with some of the R's arguments just as voters could agree with some of the D's arguments. I doubt that the majority of voters stand firmly on political lines for all issues. I am disappointed to see that neither party is willing to field a presidential candidate that is willing to break party lines in a major way.
Do you mean to say Slippery Slope is proof by induction?
NO! Let me have my fantasy that JarJar was killed when Palpatine dissolved the Senate. Painfully, horrifyingly, and completely dissolved.