Giga Mansion Smart Type - I swear, Japan has the best names for everything. It's always a little stiff, comes off as just made up enough that maybe it's a joke, and maybe it was composed by a robot, but then you can't stop saying it to yourself over and over as if there's a code to be cracked there, where if you can just get it, it'll actually make sense.
Can't buy personal air conditioners.
No, but you can buy a fan. Not quite the same, but close.
I was on the line with tech support the other day, and the agent on the other end had an accent where he genuinely said "wictor" multiple times while reading me a license key.
Don't forget car insurance is only one type of insurance. Life insurance, health insurance, homeowner's insurance, renter's insurance, insurance for boats and other toys, liability, worker's comp, etc. The list is huge. Cars may be a big subsection of the pie, but they're still just one branch.
Good to hear. I liked 7. Put off 8 for a very long time but recently gave in with the addition of Classic Shell--that one little add-on made all the difference for me. I'm due for a new laptop at work in a few months, and if other feedback is like this I'll probably go ahead and give 10 a try.
It needs to go away? Like every time it starts it should be cut off immediately in mid-stream?
Or every cooking show ever, where they chant "fat is flavor!" like a battle cry?
Maybe kwijybo will make it into the dictionary soon, too. There's always hope.
Damn. I'm in trouble then.
You can't be neutral on GG, honestly.
I can only speak for myself, but I think a lot of others may fall into the same category. Most everything I know about GG is spillover in slashdot discussions. I know there's accusations of journalistic impropriety, and accusations of misogyny, and a lot of harassment, and a huge heaping pile of arguments. But it's such a mess that I still don't even know what someone means when they say they're "anti-GG" for instance, because I don't know which side of which issue that actually means. And frankly, just based on the generally incoherent and overheated arguments that have spilled over here, I'd rather not investigate further.
I know I'm against harassment (of all kinds, against all types). I know I'm against unethical journalism. I'm also disinclined to insert myself into situations of histrionic drama where I'm unlikely to be able to make a difference. So I don't really know what sides of what parts of what sub-issues that puts me in relation to GG, and I don't care to find out. So I'm agnostic, or neutral, or maybe willfully ignorant of enough details to be able to say more. It doesn't seem such an unreasonable stance to take.
It's like those phone numbers where they use a word with more than 10 letters. The mnemonic can be extra long. Just fill in the blanks until you run out of blanks, whether that's 3, 4, or 6 of them. You definitely don't want to get caught with a mnemonic that's too short, or you're really in trouble.
Yeah, people are working until retirement age now, so this is a problem.
I'm trying to parse this in a way that isn't just a tautology. Wouldn't working until retirement age be the norm?
What do I have to be logged in as to get info on Barry Bonds? Or all the actors who have played James Bond?
Interesting. I think it was Belle with the map. Her kingdom does have some French influence, though of course they do all speak and write English in the American movies and books. It seems weird they'd insert a little authenticity into the map and nothing else. I also *think* it was a zero and not even an O, but that's kind of hard to tell sometimes.
I don't know about North, but one children's book I read recently seemed to have gotten rid of West. In the picture of a Disney princess holding a map, the four directions were marked as N, E, S, and 0.