Well if they fly them in from India then they'll be living in New York, won't they? D'Oh!
Hypnosis. You'll either remember the forgotten password or you will become stiff as a board and members of the audience will be able to sit on you while you are placed like the seat of a bench between two chairs. Hopefully you'll remember the password. And then bark like a dog.
Store the combination to the safe in a file in your TrueCrypt volume, and Voila! Problem solved.
$ bash --version
GNU bash, version 4.2.45(1)-release (i686-redhat-linux-gnu)
And the test:
If by "meat" you mean "beef steak", then it's not usual to find such low prices but it's not that far off; ground beef does come out pretty cheap sometimes. But I include pork, poultry, and organ meats in the "meat" category, so, since you asked, I shop in New York City
Typically packaged dried beans are $1.50-$2.00 per pound; canned beans are typically $1 per 15 ounces.
Today one of the local supermarkets has "chicken livers" for $0.99/lb, "whole chicken" for $0.99/lb, "boneless chicken breasts" for $1.99/lb, "whole boneless pork loin" for $1.99/lb, "whole chicken legs" for $0.99/lb, "beef liver" for $2.29/lb.
I'd say that relative to dried beans at $1.50/lb, the prices for "fresh meat" are surprisingly low.
Milk can be purchased for around $2.50/half-gallon while soy milk ranges from $3/half-gallon to $5/half-gallon.
This is all in large part due to the inhumane "factory farm" treatment of dairy cows who are kept virtually immobile and dosed with hormones (rBST/rBGH) that make them produce about 1.5 times the normal amount of milk; this also results in painful mastitis and foot problems for the cows but increased profits for the factory farms. Feedlot cattle "ranches" yield cheap beef. Tightly packed coops filled with chickens whose beaks have been burned off yield cheap eggs.
Well, you asked
The waste of up-converting feed stock into live stock will be reduced by increasingly poorer climate conditions. Since the ratio of petrochemical energy in to food energy out is something like 10:1 all food will get expensive
Yes, yes, and yes. However maybe some food will get less expensive; right now in most supermarkets, soy milk is more expensive than cow's milk. And I've seen meat sold cheaper per pound than dried beans. Right now, our food economy is upside down.
The AC is referring to the practice of "mixing in" with ordinary civilians, especially with women, children, and hospitals. The idea being that if the terrorists (they are indeed bringing terror to the neighborhoods in which they do this) are targeted, the collateral damage of women, children, sick people, etc., is a big public relations bonanza for them.
Because the best flak jacket is a crying baby after all.
Well Pablo Picasso fathered Paloma when he was 68, not that he would have used birth control had it been available through his medical insurance plan, but since you mentioned it
As for the "cervical pap smears for your male child", would you mind very much if I asked you to provide a citation? This sounds like a very interesting bit of arcania if it is true, though I doubt that it's true.
And I wondered if the decrease in "voluntary departures" (e.g., "I quit") was a simple consequence of the increase in "involuntary departures" (e.g., "You're fired").
Or the state of the job market could be affecting the "voluntarily departing" crowd's decision to wait a bit before their announcing their departure.
Not the same. HP will have the patches available for download because their customers with a valid support contract in place will be entitled to download them.
HP has already sold the hardware product and finally done the work to create and stage the patches that they claim will fix the mistakes they had in place when they sold the hardware.
The difference is that if you don't pay the extortion money for a valid support contract for your out of warranty server, they will no longer let you have the patches they already made to fix the bugs they already shipped you.
If only there were some other enterprise class server vendor that we could purchase from. But who? Where?
Beneath the surface means everything when picking up a one night stand.
But to seriously address the underlying issue, attending to the "less attractive" women might sometimes lead to a very satisfying, loving, lifelong relationship. So Nash not only offered good betting advice but also may have been something of a cupid for his friends; does anyone here know if any of those pickups developed into something like a love affair or a marriage?
The stuff that ships "free" via Prime also ships "free" via their SuperSaver (slower) shipping method if your order is over $35 (raised recently from $25).
There's a lot of stuff on Amazon that is not Prime (or SuperSaver) eligible though.
Also, if you buy the $400 GoPro Hero through amazon prime, and there's an issue with it, they will ship you a new one before you drop yours, for free return, into a UPS box.
Recently I ordered a light fixture with a glass shade and an Intel CPU at the same time. Apparently Amazon decided to package these two items together to ship them to me via Prime. After a few days I checked the tracking info and found that FedEx had returned the shipment as damaged before it even entered the state that I reside in. I decided to wait to see what Amazon was going to do next.
Five days after the "guaranteed" delivery date I received email from Amazon saying that "A shipment from your order (#xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx) for the following item(s) has been returned as undeliverable
They then refunded the price of the CPU. I waited a few days more to see whether they were going to add on a refund for the fixture. No. So I emailed them to note that neither the fixture nor the CPU were delivered to me and that I'd appreciate a refund on the fixture also. They then promptly refunded that.
I was curious about the "extra month of Prime" that I had read about on other discussions so I waited some more, but no, no such offer was forthcoming. This time I didn't write to Amazon to ask.
I didn't reorder the fixture yet but I ordered the CPU for $20 less with free shipping from Fry's. And now it's backordered from there
So what is my point? I digress.