To me, "0 Objects" implies that you have no hands, no arms, or you're blind.
To me, juggling 0 objects means you can only do one thing at a time, which means you are juggling nothing.
I wonder how common forced/coerced incest is among 2-child families where the male is 2-10 years older than the female
You know, women can commit sexual assault too... Assuming a sexual aggressor is always male is the same kind of reasoning as the parents who assume a stranger is more likely to kidnap their child. Our society seems to hold less animosity towards female-on-male sexual abuse, but it still happens.
If only that would happen to me.
Its like Lawn Bowls except its played indoors on carpet.
ummm ever heard of permanent markers???. my TV will just have a lil spot in the middle of the screen. Doesn't have to be black either.
Mail and DNS is easy, just add backup MX records with lower priority. For Web, not so much.
The real solution is getting your own AS ( http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Autonomous_system_(Internet) ) and PI range from your RIR. It costs about $1700 initially with $100 a year for maintenance. This will allow you to do real seamless failover.
Did you even Read the Summary????
He is trying to SEND email, he doesn't mention any difficulties in receiving it.
Having their own AS won't solve things regardless of whether it is coming or going, unless they have their own (at least)
The only real options here are the following.
a. Use the ISP's mail server as a smart host and send all email through their server.
b. Get the ISP to issue you with a real PTR record that isn't just some default record from the ISP.
c. Go to another ISP.
d. Get a VPS and send all your email through it.
During the time of using unlimited Dialup, my Record for 56K Dialup was over 360 hours continuously (15~ days). Would only happen once every couple of months, when the script that the ISP used to run that would kill the user that had been on the longest, stopped working for several days.
Have a look at WDS ( http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wireless_Distribution_System ) capabilities.
99% of APs have it built in these days.