Untrue. I watched in horror as my iPhone 4 fall from 5 feet, face up. A blink of an eye later, the glass was shattered. The back was undamaged. No, the Apple store couldn't explain it, either. But I saw it with my own eyes.
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As Tom Clancy put it, "it's not how many fingers you break, it's how you work the broken bones that matters."
Uh, most people (and the TLC itself) are ignoring the distinction between medallion cabs vs car service/'black cars."
Medallion cabs: yellow, spend $1mm for a medallion (a bit cheaper for an "owner-driven" medallion, where the owner promises to drive one shift a day), have meters with regulated fares, famously won't usually take you out of Manhattan, and cruise Manhattan/Downtown Brooklyn, looking for street hails.
Car service: not yellow, almost anyone can get a license, not allowed to pick up street hails (MUST use a base/radio), go anywhere/pick up anywhere, and charge whatever they want.
Uber is targeted to the latter.
I don't think 'bounce' means what you (or Mutt) think it means.
In particular, OP wants to create an NDR from the message; 'b' just redirects the message (adding on another line or two of header glop). Not the same thing.
Oh? Never had a tenant pour concrete down all the drains, then run the water - until it stops? EVERYTHING has to ripped out to fix the plumbing. Total train wreck
Am I the only one to notice that the title and the summary talks about hard drives, but Mr. Longueuil is described in the details as have ripped apart flash drives with pliers?
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Because the text-only desktop plays by different rules. Even if your GUI is toast, you can (probably) still use text.