39 minutes.....that's long enough to run Windows between BSODs
In the book, the adults barely appear. But if they paid for Harrison Ford, they probably let him talk too much.
Yeah, just like he talked to much in Blade Runner
About 90 people die every day in vehicle crashes in the United States [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_motor_vehicle_deaths_in_U.S._by_year] Ban cars! or Ban Bad Drivers! or Require everyone to buy a Google driverless car or be fined^H^H^H^H^H taxed!
I'm a road warrior, you insensitive clod!
If it ain't stirred, it must be shaken
It cuold also be uesd in soemknids of text prcosesing or dipslay becuase as long as you get the frist few and lsat charctaers rihgt, it deosn't matter too much.
I'm old enough to have eaten said item below, but it's from a ZZ Top song. "I like the enchiladas and the teriyaki too; I'll even like the chicken if the sauce is not too blue"
I owned a mall-based cookie/cafe store and also a pretzel store. Margins on meal normally run 3x-4x the cost of ingredients to account for labor, electricity, waste, etc. that the poster stated above. But the margin on bakery goods depends on the holding time of the good. The longer the item lasts, the lower the margin needed. On the cookies we sold, the holding time was 3-4 hours and the margin was around 6x-7x. For pretzels, the holding time was 30 minutes and the margins are around 30x-40x. That pretzel you buy at the mall is SERIOUSLY cheap to make, but you throw them out ALL the time because they get stale so quickly. My favorite item to sell was bottled water. Lasted basically forever and and I made 10x margin on it; even better than my fountain drinks. And believe me, it's true when they say most of the profits a store makes is between Thanksgiving and Christmas. the busy season at the mall really helps because you crank out goods and your not throwing stale items away like you do during a normal period.
From TFA..."The collaboration with Intel is bring us just that."
Please don't attach it to an van with an oscillation overthruster. We've been there, done that.... Signed John Bigboote
Awesome movie idea! Wait....
IND A concourse on Monday was doing the normal random scanner/metal detector as always. LGA D terminal didn't have any scanners that I saw, just metal detectors. I travel for work every week. I like the metal detector choice just because it's faster, especially since I don't have to remove my belt. I'd do a scanner before a patdown for the same reason. I have no problem with scanners, just don't like the extra time they take (see "Up in the Air" with George Clooney). I don't see scanners as invading my privacy. I'm comfortable exchanging some stranger seeing my image on a scanner to fly. Now, if someone wanted to scan me to drive my car, that would be a different matter. To me it's a reasonable precaution and I'm willing to accept that.
Amygdala..Amidala? Crap, now I know why I was so scared of Lucas ruining the franchise and the fragile memories of my youth!
Great, now I'll have to add Lipitor(tm) to my diesel tank so my car's fuel line doesn't get plaque build-up.
TVDinner writes "Microsoft unveils Windows Phone 7 devices. From the article, "Microsoft on Monday unveiled its plan to battle the iPhone, Android and BlackBerry smartphones with its new Windows Phone 7 mobile operating system. At a press event in New York, Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer said that Windows Phone 7 smartphones would be available in the United States on AT&T's network." Any reviews yet on if it sucks or not?"
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