Missed opportunity. Windows 8 tried to tell users what they were supposed to want. 9 would be a good chance to give users what they actually want (hint: a usable desktop that 'just works' goes a long way)
I call it extortion. Can the federal government be prosecuted for racketeering?
Couldn't the CCl4 be resulting from radical chlorination in the upper atmosphere? There is certainly enough UV light available.
I've had two doctors' offices try to turn my account over to collections. Both times it was because there was a problem with the insurance billing. I have health insurance but it doesn't help me any if there's a problem at the point of data entry. If a billing code is wrong, insurance won't pay. Both times I called the doctors' offices, spoke with the business managers, and told them I wouldn't pay until insurance did. Insurance won't pay to collections, so it magically got fixed. I'm sure I'm not the only person this happens to.
Timothy edits with very low brain activity.
MBA's have the amazing ability to fit a lot of words into very little meaning.
My chemistry degree got me in as a process engineer in specialty chemicals manufacturing. My starting pay wasn't as high as an engineer's, but it was definitely more than what my friends with biology degrees were making. And after a few years of experience, I've caught up to the engineers in pay range.
More importantly, how many tornadoes did Berlin have while the wall was up?
That it only works for square tornadoes on an infinite plane of uniform density?
I know exactly how to fix this, but you'll have to pay me for support.
I don't know what came over me.
Except the plane fucking flew first in NC. Fuck yourself you fucking fuck.
Just like how you didn't mention where you got the impression that lefties were better at multitasking?
Yeah, I read the website too. It just seems like that's one of the important things to put in the summary.
And when is Software Freedom Day 2012? Isn't that what the summary is supposed to be about?