If you like the place you do business with, why not pay what you owe them?
But what if you only like them because they undercharge you?
Don't see any chimps or dolphins wringing their hands/flippers over who has what rights...
That's because you only pay attention to the human media.
I fail to understand why we give any credence to the two thousand year old garbled and inconsistent myths of a bunch of middle eastern nomadic goat fuckers.
What's worse is the number of people who go to school and learn about Greek Mythology, Roman Mythology, Norse Mythology, Egyptian Mythology, etc and then fail to recogize what they learn on Sunday is just Christian Mythology.
What the hell is a "pound"?
It's what I do to the face of smartass AC's.
Wrong. From http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_laptops
The Apple PowerBook series, introduced in October 1991, pioneered changes that are now de facto standards on laptops, such as room for a palm rest, and the inclusion of a pointing device (a trackball).
But, but, but Apple never invented anything. They just, like, copy stuff and, um, spit-shine it for hipsters, then overcharge.
... on that slick snowy road, no braking system on earth could've gotten you to stop in less than 100 yards. You can't cheat physics.
How about a concrete wall?
In the Middle of Nowhere it is illegal for; a black person to ride a horse through town, to be out after dark unescorted or to shout in public places.
Well, no, it isn't. There may be regulations like that on the books, but they're not enforceable. No court in the US would uphold them.
There are probably a few courts in the US that would uphold them, but they'd be overturned at higher levels.
Actually, the RESET key had a stronger spring than the others and required pressing simultaneously the SHIFT key for it to have effect, IIRC.
While it did have a much stiffer spring on my Apple II+, it did not require a press of shift or any other modifiers. This may have changed with the IIe, IIc, or IIgs; I don't know.