You're running out of places to hide.
"At 150K miles you do have to replace the oil used to cool the battery charger."
Why? In a traditional car, the oil looses its ability to lubricate. What exactly does the oil in a battery charger do after 150K?
Not a bad idea to keep things like
Is peanuts, nobody's going to care.
There's a difference. Given that the human body sucks at fighting HIV, its not as if she did something and 'relapsed', the virus merely came back out of hiding from wherever it lurks (marrow, lymph, spleen, etc).
It's like how animals don't "evolve", rather then ones who DONT change simply die. No animal DECIDES to suddenly grow fins or stripes.
Shall we declare a national holiday? Parades?
It looks like every world cup but perhaps a couple has had a different stitch pattern on the ball.
No, it doesn't. They were all somewhat different up until the Telstar introduced the 32-panel, pentagon-and-hexagon stitching pattern, but it appears to me that remained unchanged for almost 40 years, from 1970 to 2006. The balls in between appear to have the same stitching pattern, just different printed designs.
I dunno.. my LEAF's maintenance schedule for the first 150K miles is pretty much "rotate tires, every 7500 miles, check brakes every 15,000". Checking the brakes, of course, involves checking the brake fluid levels, so there is a fluid. At 150K miles you do have to replace the oil used to cool the battery charger.
But, in general, EVs are very close to maintenance-free.
Earth is 12,742 km in diameter. The moon is 363,104 km, 28.5 diameters, away at perigee, and 405,696 km, 31.8 diameters, at apogee.
In round numbers the moon is 30 Earth diameters away.
That's not the case at all. There is only 1 FTTH adopter in the area - Verizon, and they're never going anywhere. It's not a question of an attractive business model, it's a matter of basic math - they've stretched the fiber as long as it will pay for, and no further. ILECs want out of the copper business altogether, that's why they're rolling (capped) 4G "Broadband" as an alternative.
Cache your DNS.
Queue and deliver your own email - throttled, of course.
Force everything through a squid proxy for a couple of reasons - first, see what your PCs are doing w/o any user interaction, I found it interesting how many google and microsoft websites things randomly hit. Block them all in squid to save bandwidth. Bandwidth throttle in squid, if you do it right you can make it subnet, IP, time-of-day specific, whatever you want. Caching Microsoft stuff can be tricky, there's a lot of articles out there about it, you basically have to bloat out some of the settings in squid, although it's still hit or miss.
You can get a lot of mileage out of a crappy connection simply by throttling the non-interactive stuff, leaving room for things like Netflix or VOIP that tends to be picky about bandwidth.
I'd be more inclined to trust the article if they hadn't claimed the moon is 40 earth diameters away from the earth...
Meh. A simple error in the writeup, which I'm sure is not present in the scientific papers.
Eating people alive? Where's that get fun?
The screams... it's all about the screams. And dinner. Think of it as the psychotic version of dine-in movie theaters.
We need to make them stop polluting out galaxy!
We must put an end to these dirty dirty aliens once and for all! Who's with me!
Bring your pitchforks!
I got my pitchfork right here. Let's go!
How are we going to get there, again?