My favorite season is Los Angeles. It's 12 months long and almost never sucks.
Naginta Please: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ULQlg8RgkkA
That leaves two possibilities for now:
- Sell Android devices also to other species (rodents for example)
- Search for alien lifeforms to sell the devices to
Or sell one very expensive Android phone to one very rich person every possible alternate dimension, Although I'm not sure how that ended up working out for the Vogons.
I visited a place like that a couple of times. It was called Rapture. It didn't work out so well.
Back in April the International Game Developers Association released an advisory to members detailing how onerous the terms and conditions of this app store are. http://igdaboard.wordpress.com/2011/04/14/important-advisory-about-amazon%E2%80%99s-appstore-distribution-terms-2/ .
Everybody's service sucks. I hear Verizon customers bitch all day long then someone mentions iPhone and all off a sudden they love Verizon and AT&T is the devil. I have had many carriers and they all suck. I tolerate AT&T's suck because the iPhone is better than any other phone I have tried.
Actually he was more critical of organized religion than he was of God. He was always critical of Man's abuse of power and organized religions hold power over people. Originally he set out to write a book proving that Joan of Arc was crazy and Christians were crazy for revering her. Later in life he devoted 12 years to researching her life, and eventually spent 2 years writing a very reverent portrait of her under the pen name translated from French "Her Faithful Servant". http://www.amazon.com/Personal-Recollections-Dover-Thrift-Editions/dp/0486424596/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1274737370&sr=8-1 He would later state, "I like Joan of Arc best of all my books, it is the best."
It was removed from the North American App store. In North America the Iphone is exclusive to ATT. ATT does not allow tethering. You will not be able to use the Apple tethering app in North America.
Let's face it the moment you were hired you were presented with the same/similar document outlining what you could and could not say about the company. This is just a friendly pop-up to remind all the kiddies just out of college that Facebook is not exempt from the NDA they didn't read.
Embarrassing way to pass #451: Bleeding to death after biting down while performing autofellatio.
Note this almost happened to a guy in New York last week. Police found him naked and bloody in an ally and realized what had happened when on the way to the hospital.
If you run it through the image processing software they use on 24, you can actually make out the license plate number too.
As 24 taught us, all you gotta do to enhance/scan/hack thru any computer problem is open another socket.
Never had a server explode on me but I did get a call once 10 years ago when I was working tech support at a University from a scared professor about a his printer smoking. I told him to unplug it and laughed thinking it was the usual type of user hysterics. I smell a little bit of burnt plastic thinking maybe there was some plastic left from when the printer was packed up by the manufacturer. I plug it in and right as it starts up its print head check flames start shooting up out of the back of the printer. I quickly extinguished it but looking around we really dodged a bullet. This printer was networked, and sitting on top of a large stack of student papers. The entire room was some college professor cliche with dozens of massive stacks of paper in this tiny 6x6 office. One unattended network print and the entire office goes up in flames in less than a minute.