Seamonkey remains un-ruined, as usual.
Well, according to the US military, the enemy fighters won't detect the JSF until it's too late. The F-35 will have shot its four missiles and turned around without being detected. In that case, better armed and more maneuverable don't matter much.
I agree with your point, but you have to consider cancer due to radiation at the very least.
Anyone who has received a significant dose of radiation has likely had their health damaged, even if nothing is ever attributed to it. In my very amateur opinion, any permanent DNA damage is, well, damage.
I read somewhere that an ordinance was passed restricting height and requiring so much single occupancy housing specifically to keep the tenderloin the way it is.
That is, they wanted poor people to still have a place downtown, and this makes everyone else suffer from a very regrettable ghetto blight.
True, but when talking about "traffic", I interpret that to be talking about volume, as it's a unitless word.
Also Chrome, which has so few options it's pathetic.
>The Firefox project needs to get rid of all of the people who don't code but "contribute" by fucking around with the UI. So, FF team, you can take your new logo and jam it up your ass.
That's exactly how I feel about Firefox itself. *Especially* since Chrome came along and Firefox blindly follows it into "remove all the options and buttons" land. I prefer Seamonkey.
I'm pretty sure the Power architecture was well ahead of Intel and AMD. Apple switched because IBM couldn't/wouldn't get the heat and power draw low enough for laptops.
And they're all worse than the last...
I like to assume that the energy removed from the atmosphere by wind farms was put there by global warming in the first place! Not sure about local effects though.
I get from "bushfire", ".au", and "New South Wales" that we're talking about Australia, but not everyone will pick up on that. Country should be mentioned.
how are you going to prove all your digital copies are legal?
Prove to who? He didn't mention anything about defending a lawsuit.
Sounds like a file share to me...
The general public considers all of those things to be "tanks", but militarily, most of them are armored personnel carriers or armored fighting vehicles. I think some of the heavy, turreted models would rightly be called tanks if not for their modular platforms.