So much this. I used to be a field electrician and a ETC certified repair technician (they make 3 phase 700 amp dimmer racks), and took a job doing audio afterwards. One day in the field my boss was yelling at the electrician for the show to "give him more neutral" because the neutral leg was arcing when he was trying to tie in. Yeah, it tends to do that if you plug in all the hot leads and have all the amps and distro on. I'm still amazed my old boss hasn't killed himself yet.
Just wanted to point out too that a 0% unemployment rate is very bad for economies. It leaves no room for growth. The sweet spot is between 3-4% with about 2% of people actively seeking work.
AVGN now has a few full play through videos up. Other than that, majority of his videos add more content than a LP
I think everyone here forgot about the flop that was Motorola's iTunes phones. There were two of those things released prior to the iPhone, IIRC.
I hated my Razer. PPC 6700 was where it was at. people were jealous of my NES emulator on that thing.
Wow that's expensive. LA Metro charges $5 for an all day pass with unlimited transfers on bus or rail. At least it was that way 3 years ago.
I realize that I'm a statistical outlier on this one but I actually play better in competitive settings while slightly drunk. There is a weird sweet spot somewhere in the
.10x area for me that I have better reaction times and judgement than if I was slightly buzzed, sober, or completely drunk. My clan mates can attest to this, as I do better in tournaments in this area than if I were sober. They actually tell me to hit a few beers before we get into matches.
California already tried something like that. They wanted the firing pin to stamp the guns serial number on the shell casings so the could identify the gun that fired it. Not sure if that ever made it into law, but there was something on here about some patent making it impossible to happen.
Check out 80% build AR-15s. You don't have to register them, and they are as good as the real thing.
Just thought I'd leave this here - T-Mobile doesn't get rid of the subsidies, they just are more up front about it. I am paying $75/month for unlimited everything and my phone subsidy. Now when the 20 months is up and I'm done paying off my phone (contract is 24 months), I get $20 off my bill, bringing it to $55 with taxes. You can opt to go month to month with these services and pay the same as contract, but you have to get a contract to get the discount.
Everything is there, but the fact that they first tried to host the site in the US makes me really leery of logging back into my account there. I'll just wait a few months and see where things go.
It took me 3 hours to root and install Cyanogenmod with no prior knowledge on how to do so. I did soft brick my phone 3 times in the process though. The only thing I can think to ask is if you're using the right build. There could be a ton if different models under the same name. There are at least 6 models of the GS3.
Have you tried using Odin yet? It was the only way I could get my T-999 S3 to take Cyanogenmod.
Obviously Google isn't the answer when you work for Microsoft
My Samsung 27" Sync Master has HDMI in and optical or 3.5mm audio pass through.