There will be a larger mob than you can possibly handle, unless by family you were referring to the troops housed in the same military base.
Hey, when you remove the likelihood of death a lot of things become fun. Swimming is only really necessary if you're on a sinking boat, but lots of people do it for fun. People who work offshore have to do a course entitled "Helicopter Underwater Survival Training", which is a lot of fun, but I can't imagine it's as much fun to do when the helicopter on which you were happily riding has just crashed into the Gulf of Mexico...
So Edison probably owns the copyright...
For the price of free soda your paycheque may go up but a dollar a week. Once you take into account the overheads it's a lot more cost effective to just give someone soda. (Please no-one interperet that as big-government making it too expensive to employ people.)
Also, money is nice, but I place a high value on a nice place to work. I spend over half my waking hours at work, getting a soda and a cookie isn't much but it makes me feel a lot better about coming.
Because, of course people only work late once per pay period... (I'm not against math, I'm just saying the assumptions used in this scenario are not realistic.)
Wasn't it IBM who predicted a world market for 5 computers back in the day. Looks like they're overcompensating, so on average they're estimates come out pretty close.
That's a bit unfair, most of the stuff I've just read seems more like they don't like what Google is doing, but enjoy seeing Microsoft getting some of it's own crap directed back at it.
It's a lot like the guys who always pop up in piracy stories: we know that you don't like the way media companies (or Youtube in this case) treat you as a consumer and try to place restrictions on you, that doesn't automatically give you the right to just take what you want, your options are to play according to the rules or not play at all. There are other video services, just because Youtube has everything you want doesn't mean you have to keep going back to them.
Look for "VideoCache" in the app store.
There is at least one app in the apple app store to facilitate downloading youtube videos. I use it to download them at home, then watch while I'm waiting without using the flaky and expensive mobile network.
Sometimes I get too far out with my humor, I apologise for making you feel that way.
is.41.aprimenumber.com has something stupid like that about a lot of numbers.
Actually, it gets slightly smaller as you approach the speed of light.
Part of the art of humor is in being insightful while being funny. It why the greats are so great, they just tell you good life advice, but they frame it in an amusing way and we love them for it.
Yessiree! Forty one is a prime number. (Big whoop. Lots of numbers are prime.) I bet I could make more money if I just sold homework answers... Get out of here kid, you bother me.
Unfortunately, none of the free ones seem to work with either iTouches or iPhones. (Unless someone's written one that works in the couple of months since I exhaustively searched for one.)
All I know is that spheres are a lot more stable, but less fun that wibbly-wobbly-timey-wimey stuff. Interestingly though, it looks as though the weird shapes may be more stable than spheres.