Look in at a climbing guide to any of the major areas of the northeast and you'll find all kinds of references to the LOR.
I would love to be able to opt out of paying for any sports channels. It's one type of programming I absolutely never watch.
Odd. My iPhone 6 goes for months at a time without being turned off.
That's probably hard to say until we see what kind of apps are developed for it. I don't think we have any way of knowing what it's capabilities are yet.
That's why I bought the cheap one to start with. I fully expect to upgrade it in 18 months or so, and then I might be willing to buy a nicer one.
Really. I've been using Yosemite since the first beta release and have only had a couple of minor glitches.
I thought stop and frisk had been eliminated when the new mayor took over. Did I miss something? (I think the program described is a good idea, though.)
People don't care about the real risk, they'd rather get their panties in a bunch about some scenario they read about in a Tom Clancy novel.
The official release must have been the same as Beta 5--no update showed up for me. I've been running it since the first beta without issue, although I was hoping they'd redo the Trash icon.
I'd be a little more sympathetic to his position if it were not for the massive abuses of various govt. agencies which were recently revealed.
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It's such a disaster they sold 10 million the first weekend? Right. I won't be worrying about Apple for a while yet.
That would be the No True Scotsman argument.
And if we had still had a draft, the public outcry against these bullshit wars would be noticeably louder, maybe even loud enough to slow down the idiots promoting them. The only reason we're not bombing Syria was public resistance to the idea--too bad they didn't do the same for Iraq and Afghanistan.
At this point, it's hard to take seriously any of the right wing complaints against Obama. Even if a particular one might be justified, there has been so much fake outrage from them that they just look like clowns.