Most of the time I feel like my Netflix subscription is a waste of money, even at the lowest $ amount. I often go a month or more without using it. But every other month or so, I'll go on a Netflix binge and watch an entire TV series all at once.
"The business of higher education is booming. It's a $400 billion industry fueled by taxpayer money. But what are students getting out of the deal? Critics say a worthless degree and a mountain of debt. Investors insist they're innovators, widening access to education." Watch the video.
Has anyone had a chance to read this book? The Student Loan Scam: The Most Oppressive Debt in U.S. History-and How We Can Fight Back
heroine = a woman of distinguished courage or ability, admired for her brave deeds and noble qualities.
heroin = a white, crystalline, narcotic powder, C 21 H 23 NO 5 , derived from morphine, formerly used as an analgesic and sedative: manufacture and importation of heroin are now controlled by federal law in the U.S. because of the danger of addiction.
I've been truly addicted to Mountain Dew for over 20 years. (I'm 34 now.) Every pathetic attempt I've made to quit drinking it has quickly ended in total failure.
I do drink A LOT of water as well. In May of this year (2010), I was curious how much water I was drinking, so I kept track for 5 days. Over the 5 days that I kept track, I drank 756 ounces of water which was 5.9 gallons. It averages out to 151.2 ounces per day which is just shy of 1 1/4 gallons of water per day. And in addition to all that water, I averaged 3 1/2 cans of Mountain Dew a day.
However, due to the fact that I was consciously making a note of everything I was drinking, I'm pretty sure I drank less Mountain Dew than usual during those 5 days.
I seriously feel like a heroine addict or something. I want to stop drinking this crap
Diet Mountain Dew is out of the question. I've tried it and it's disgusting. I do like Gatorade, but it has a lot of sugar in it also
I seriously use to drink quite a bit of beer in the evening hours as a substitute for Mountain Dew. I love the various Ice brews because they SIZZLE in your mouth.
I mostly gave up beer in favor of red wine. But within the last year, I've cut out alcohol completely for health reasons. (I get frequent lung infections due to a genetic disorder. And alcohol weakens the immune system.)
But I will probably go to my deathbed sucking down the green heroine.
(And no, I'm not some 300+ lb American fatty. I'm 5'4" (162cm) tall and weigh just under 100 pounds (45kg).)
>>People who make time travel movies don't seem to realize that the earth moves around its axis and around the sun. The spot I'm standing on right now will be vaccum in just a few minutes.
>And the solar system moves [considerably more] [tranlationally and rotationally] in the galaxy. And our galaxy moves in space!!!
And the "fabric" of space is expanding!
Anyone else have anything to add?
Use the balloon to bring an ordinary Estes model rocket to 100,000+ feet and fire it.
Would an ordinary model rocket engine function at such high altitude? I don't know much about model rockets
A Speech-to-text system in your car -- or built into your phone, that's the better solution...
Person says "lol, omfg. u r so right"
Speech-to-text system says "I'm sorry. I didn't understand that. Please say again."
Person says "L - O - L. O - M - F - G. You - are - so - right."
Speech-to-text system says "I think you said "Laura oh my friendly good."
Person interrupts saying "NO YOU STUPID FUCKING TEXT TO SPEECH FUCKER. I SAID LOL AS IN LAUGH OUT LOUD GOD DAMN YOU. OMFG STANDS FOR OH MY FUCKING GOD YOU FUCKING RETARDED PIECE OF MOTHER FUCKING SHIT!"
Speech-to-text says "You want to call your mother. Is that correct?"
You're not missing much. I played around with it 1 evening just long enough to figure out what there was to do, and how to do it. After about an hour, I had pretty much done all there was to do. The only way to get "good" at the demo is to do things in the most time efficient manner possible. In one game, some kid (well, I assume it was a kid) was going around undoing everything I was doing.
At any rate, if you go to youtube and watch some game play videos, I think it will show you what you're not missing.
Here's one for your convenience. (Note the guy narrating the video curses a couple of times at the beginning, so turn your speakers down if you're at work.)
The city I live in has a population of about 90,000
What were you using instead of floppies? CDs? Kind of expensive and slow back then to burn 200KB of data to a 650MB disc.
I started using those Iomega 100MB discs in 1995. I thought it was an amazing piece of technology at the time. (I preferred those discs to CDR's for quite a while.)
Between the iomega discs, CDR's, an existing collection of 3.5" floppies, and network transfer/storage
I'm certain I haven't bought any new floppies within the last 10 years
I'm not sure to what extent this site would help:
But I like to go back there from time to time and run through various tests just for "the fun of it." I'm not only surprised by the simple things I've forgotten over the years, but I'm also surprised at some of the things I never use but still remember.
Their signals are still penetrating your space. So technically they are in range, but you have no way to detect them.
Detection ability non-existent, so number of AP's in range is unknown.