- Hook her up on the same drugs. If you are playing MMORPG - make her play just a bit, chances she will get hooked and you will become happy zombie family, spending all your spare time and more leveling your chars and communicating with each other using team chat. I spent about a year like this with my ex wife, can not really recommend this option.
- Get couple of noisy bitcoin miners, overclock, put in the same room and inform her that those monsters will mine 24/7. You will have a rough week, keep calm, then sell them after she understand that your computer is not at all noisy.
- Move your gaming rig into separate room, stay there and hope she will ask you to move back with your noisy gear. Even better if you can move it somewhere outside the house, to you friends place or something like this, and spend a few evenings there because you do not want to disturb her with the noise.
- Ask her to move in another room while you play if she do not like the noise.
- Think, maybe it's really time to stop playing and consuming other forms of digital content and spend more time with her? Get her out for a walk, or start doing something interesting together like for example get the 'Cooking for geeks' book and explore cooking, or get plush handcuffs and stuff, crystal meth, viagra and have some fun together, or buy aquarium, or sign up for pottering classes - possibilities are endless and almost anything is better than spend your life in front of a monitor, trust me on this
Your honour, I'm filing this case because BT refuse to allow me to download material that is in public domain or under permissive licence, like GPL or CC.
Fixed that for you. By blocking entire TPB BT refusing it's users access to thousands of legally shared torrents. And besides, TPB does not contain any copyrighted material or links to such material - only description and hash of such files.
Either way, if you want anything that hasn't got into your distribution's package management system yet, you're almost invariably forced into compiling your own software and manually installing it with makefiles. Those might, if you're really lucky, also offer a make uninstall option that actually does cleanly uninstall. That might, if you're even luckier, still work six months later, as long as no-one inadvertently installed a new version of the manually compiled code over the top to "upgrade" it, or just ran make distclean without thinking leaving you with no idea what make uninstall should have done. In any case, Linux is going to enforce absolutely no system hygiene at any point in this process.
If you want to install software that hasn't got into your distribution's package management system - you should compile it, make package and install package. How do you expect your OS to enforce system hygiene if you do not use correct procedures to install packages? If you install by 'make install' you are basically just copy bunch of files somewhere.
Well, unlike the USSR, we do have real choices, and in the US small changes in voting preferences can lead to significant improvements.
Sure, if thats what you call real choices
But as long as sheep keep reelecting politicians who blatantly violate their campaign promises
That was really funny, it's like saying "Untill this sheep will keep voting for Brezhnev.."
I don't like the rule of mr. Putin for lots of reasons, most of so called western democracies is not better in my point of view - anyway rulers come and go but Russia will remain, and I want it to be big and strong, wolf rather than a rabbit - just for fun, like some people want their favourite sport team to win - go go Russia!
I'm living in Thailand and check news from both sides.
Putin isn't paying you enough.
How is your salary at U.S. Department of State? Enough for peanuts?
To shoot down Ukrainian military aircraft. They had already shot down a Ukrainian transport plane and a Ukrainian fighter within the previous week. They were on a roll.
Rebels had shoot down an Ukrainian transport at much lower attitude, during landing. It is still unclear if they have technical ability to shoot a plane flying at 10km attitude, and why would the do it also remains unclear - there were lots of civil planes flying there, do you think they would just randomly shoot at anything in hopes to bring down Ukrainian military transport? Ukrainian military shooting it to get international support sounds more plausible.
Anyway it's safer to run everything in separate VM's
Crimea was russian territory until Chrushev gave it to Ukraine about 50 years ago. Everybody speaks russian there, most of crimeans think of themselves as russians.
In Crimean cities people get water from the tap couple of times a day, electricity is also unstable.
Pensions, salaries to public servants about twice higher in Russia.
Ukraine did not invest much, if at all, to local public services - public transport was still from USSR times, etc.
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