Hamas was elected. Look it up.
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You're missing the point. The Jews and Palestinians had been coexisting peacefully in Palestine before the Zionists created the state of Israel.
All browser vendors have a way to contact Adobe and report bugs and whatnot. The Flash related lock-ups have been happening for a long time now and I'm pretty sure it's the #1 reason people are moving to Chrome.
Saying that it's Flash's fault won't mean anything to the average user. They'll see a site lock up in FF and see the same site work fine in Chrome and that's all that will matter.
I have a first generation 60Gb model and I've had to have it repaired twice already.
Here's a very clear video without any logos hiding anything:
Too bad you're a liar. Trayvon had no criminal record whatsoever.
Bring your source.
Sure, whenever a black man shoots a white kid, it's not unusual that he's just sent home and barely investigated.
In the course of their duties, cops are required to take pictures of evidence such as injuries. They didn't do that so it's not a stretch to conclude that they didn't have anything to work with, else they would have worked with it...
Because it was kept secret from the American people and the media.
He's trying to make it mate with his Bonzi Buddy.
"Do FB Notes appear on people's news feed if they aren't tagged in it?"
You are as clueless as you accuse the parent poster to be. XPCOM is not used for plug-in, NPAPI is. It's the same API that was used in the Netscape days. Even MS used to use that API for early versions of IE before they moved to ActiveX in a ploy to hurt Netscape on plugin compatibility.
You are confusing WebGL with acceleration of the web page rendering done in IE, FF and Chrome. They are completely different things. WebGL is an API web devs can use to draw 3D stuff.
Hardware acceleration is all done under the hood and doesn't use WebGL (it uses DirectX or OpenGL and is not called in any way by the web developer.
I had some GUI issues when I used it with my FF3.6 profile. I created a new profile and imported the old one's bookmarks and everything worked.
To create a new profile, run it from the command line like this:
C:\Program Files\Mozilla Firefox\firefox.exe -profilemanager