How about giving me a phone that makes it through a full day or two of real world use without running out of juice? Bonus points if I can actually make a decent quality phone call where both parties easily hear each other.
Political polls are exempt from do-not-call lists and every Sept-early November my phone rings several times each evening. I can ask to not be called and I will continue to get called over and over.
This year I've decided if I can't make phone polls stop calling I will actively work against them by lying my ass off. I'll tell them I'm voting for Darth Vader because he's honest about where he stands on social issues and foreign policy. The most important issue in this election season is freeing minds from the Matrix.
It also never hurts to answer every question with "Hodor"
No, dragons bring fiery death from above.
... so why are you taking medical advice from her?
A Public Service Announcement from Get Your Brats Immunized.
... so why are you listening to medical advice from him?
A Public Service Announcement from Get Your Brats Immunized
Android 5.0.2 build LRX22G
Usage on battery 5h 34min
Estimated time remaining 16h 41min (This is optimistic. It will not last this long)
Last 3 hr in use 11% Use
Android OS 17%
Google Services 13%
Cell Standby 9%
Android System 8%
Phone Idle 3%
Amazon app suite 3%
Battery life is notably shorter since Android Lollypop update was sent. With moderate use my G2 could easily make it through the day when I had Jelly Bean.
I think you mean tested by Sourceforge
>> "And another thing, why is education literally never a talking point during elections?"
At this risk of sounding trollish you cannot possibly be paying attention. Around election time we have grandstanding on all sort of education subjects: Evolution and Creationism. When/if kids should learn about reproduction and birth control. Outcome based education. Benchmarking. Multi-culturalism in our history and Social Studies curriculum. Safety in schools. School lunch programs ("Michelle Obama lunches"). "Liberal indoctrination". Teacher's unions. That's just what I can think of on the spot. The list goes on.
Very few things are political hot-button topics on the scale of public education.
In the case of children's vaccination the medical community would be wise to co-op the language of climate change activists and label the opposition as "vaccine deniers". Shame them as anti-science and anti-medicine. Point out how the anti-vax movement's loudest voices are b-list celebrities with no expertise on the subject.
Your reasonable point makes it impossible for for the OP to be on his self-righteous high horse so let us not speak of it again.
I was driving east on I-80 in Council Bluffs, IA. At the time I wondered if it was a meteor or something man made. It was bright white but had a green hue as it broke up.
I was also a bit grateful there was no earth shattering kaboom.
>> "You are going to need to combine that with spiders, toxic chemicals, a DNA X-factor"
Not necessarily. They may gain the powers of Dr. Manhattan. He was exposed to radiation in an 'intrinsic fields' experiment, which could really mean almost anything.
Option #2 - perhaps the thieves will be fused into one character like "Firestorm". One person's body will remain and gain superpowers, the other becomes the voice of reason in his head.
Online security (or lack thereof) is one of the reasons it's a bad move to turn your Adobe Creative Suite into a cloud based subscription service.
...reaching in your pocket to get your phone.
It's sad in that same way as the family member who's sitting by the TV but searching desperately for the remote.