I never thought of Geocities as a blogging network. It was just the place where I put up my first ever webpage (for free which was awesome back then) somewhere around 1996. It was on the South Beach (if people recall the various neighborhoods and addresses within each where your site would go).
That is not an option according to the research. You will die at the same time as the skinny guy but will acquire age related diseases sooner so the skinny guy will enjoy a larger percentage of his life outside the nursing home, hospital and doctor's office.
"Verizon issued a clarification to The New York Times today, noting that the loss of grandfathered unlimited plans will be limited to those customers purchasing new subsidized devices for use on the carrier. Users who do not upgrade their devices or who choose to upgrade at unsubsidized prices will be able to keep their unlimited data plans. Still, the change would appear to be set to affect the majority of Verizon's current unlimited data customers, as most customers are interested in regular handset upgrades at subsidized prices. - Customers will not be automatically moved to new shared data plans. If a 3G or 4G smartphone customer is on an unlimited plan now and they do not want to change their plan, they will not have to do so. - When we introduce our new shared data plans, Unlimited Data will no longer be available to customers when purchasing handsets at discounted pricing. - Customers who purchase phones at full retail price and are on an unlimited smartphone data plan will be able to keep that plan. - The same pricing and policies will be applied to all 3G and 4GLTE smartphones."
Actually those of us with grandfathered unlimited plans will not be forced into this bucket of ripoffs plan when we upgrade UNLESS we want a subsidized phone. From here on out, I'll be getting slightly older unsubsidized phones.
It would be cheaper to buy 2 full seasons of your favorite show on DVD every month than it would be to have DirecTV.
There is no eternal hell. The wicked suffer the "second death" as it clearly states in Revelation. "And death and hell were cast into the lake of fire. This is the second death. And whosoever was not found written in the book of life was cast into the lake of fire." Revelation 20:14,15. God isn't keeping anyone around just to torture them forever. "Surely the day is coming; it will burn like a furnace. All the arrogant and every evildoer will be stubble, and that day that is coming will set them on fire," says the LORD Almighty. "Not a root or a branch will be left to them." Malachi 4:1. They will be stubble, not living on and on to be tortured.
The truth is that the doctrine of the eternal soul is a heresy that unfortunately worked its way into Christianity. The Bible says that only God hath immortality. The soul that sinneth dies. What Solomon was speaking of is the time period existing from death until the resurrection. It's not until Christ returns that the righteous are raised to eternal life as it states in I Thessalonians 4:16, 17. It's the same belief as held by Martha, the sister of Lazarus as found in John 11:23, 24. Jesus referred to the period Solomon speaks of as "sleep" for He told his disciples He was going to awake Lazarus out of sleep which would be nonsensical if Lazarus was conscious in the afterlife.
There were giants in the earth in those days [antediluvian]; and also after that, when the sons of God came in unto the daughters of men, and they bare children to them, the same became mighty men which were of old, men of renown. Genesis 6:4
Physician writes "Several historical items belonging to my ancestor were sold to a collector last year. These were his personal items with his name scratched into them and include his personal documents. I didn't learn about this until recently. The items were obtained by the seller (a dealer of such items) after the owner (apparently for the last 60 years) died at a very old age so nobody knows how he got them (whether stolen or purchased). I contacted the dealer who states the guy he sold them to (a nonrelative) refuses to sell them and plans on giving them to his young children when he dies despite having no family ties to the items in question. What recourse do I have, if any, given the murky circumstances under which the old dead guy obtained the items, to return them to their rightful heirs?"
Whatever benefits that vinyl offers over CD, DVD-Audio does as well as or better than vinyl.
My question is how many people with a salary of approximately $150k do not have health insurance?
I am quite certain that Waldo is a guy with a bad fashion sense that likes to hide out in big crowds.
If you're talking about lymphoma, that cannot be treated with surgical resection. Radiation and chemotherapy are the methods of choice.
The last time I was in San Francisco, it took about 30 minutes to find a parking spot within a 30 minute walk of a small Asian restaurant I wanted to eat at. And if you've been to San Francisco, you know that you will encounter lots of sketchy characters on that walk. The next time we ate out, we found a parking spot on the wharf and then took a taxi from there to where we wanted to eat. If they are really thinking of charging $20 or $30 an hour for parking, the economics will greatly favor catching a cab.
Not almost entirely. Entirely. Even the Indians came here at some point in the past.