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If someone walks into a store that has a sign saying "No bare feet", they're not going to get served.
Oh, is that what that means? Damn. I had always assumed they were simply out of stock. I don't know what I was thinking.
The problem, even with a spinal cord cut intentionally and carefully, is that the surgeon has no way to know what connections in the head go to what connections in the body.
It sounds like he's simply hoping it all sorts itself out somehow. Or maybe that the brain could eventually remap everything. Seems unlikely. Especially within two years.
Some problems I am having:
- I can't get to my account settings. Right now I get a pop-up of article category choices.
- I can post to a story that I posted to yesterday. This has actually been true for some time. I get a "you can't post to this page" message. Perhaps it is due to some issue with the ISP's invisible proxy? This means I can't ever follow-up when I get a reply.
I like being able to see whether I can sleep for an hour more without fumbling around.
You need one of those ceiling projector clocks. I've had one for years and it's the nuts. Just look at the ceiling to see the time.
oil will be back in the triple digits soon enough, almost definitely by Memorial Day.
Almost definitely? You know if you're that sure you could make enough money to retire by buying oil futures. It's not as predicable as you make it out to be.
I wonder what happened to the guy they stole from. Guess he was a police informant this whole time.
If he were perhaps they wouldn't have had to show the other evidence to make the case.
Installing the cameras cause the yellow light duration to be shortened, so as to increase revenue.
It may give financial incentive, but "cause" is not the right word.
The reality of the situation is that in a few years you will probably pirate a replacement part for your car
Why would that be piracy?
If you invested in the "bubbling" Uber earlier and sold out now you would be anything other than poor or stupid.
So your strategy is to buy things that are going to go up in price? That's a really good one. Let me write that down.
Anybody can look back and see what they should have done. That's not a difficult skill to master. The hard part is doing it going forward. That's really hard.
<Cue the anecdotes from people who bought Uber early. That's not data.>
This really shows how much these corporations really want their customers to be happy. and get all the best they possible could offer.
The only thing it shows is that in 2008 they filed for a patent. Every company doing any R&D does the same thing all the time. Anything it "shows" beyond that comes from you.
I would suggest that making half as many mistakes gains you about 600 rating points
I think the big problem is that a "mistake" is being defined so crudely. I'll bet players make about the same number of mistakes no matter how good they are, but what they actually qualify as a mistake gets smaller and smaller.
It's certainly true for me. I play at about a 1900 level now and was 2200 in my youth. I make tons of mistakes, but at the same time hardly a week goes by when somebody doesn't accuse me of using a computer. In other words, they don't see the mistakes. But I know they're there and to players better than I they are obvious mistakes. But almost none of them are "2 pawn +" blunders.
o, its pilot was crap. What happens now?
They sue the widow, of course.