Top Gun unless you've watched it in the original Klingon.
I guess there needs to be a new Slashdot abbreviation. WTEFV.
2:24 shows the actual layout.
From the article, he had been hiding it from his wife for a while. After she saw it, she suspected diabetes, but he had resisted seeing a doctor due to the fear of a diagnosis. Lots of stupid stuff on his part. Not so many on the wife's.
The party involved seems to be the US Marshals at a court house.
The TSA seems to be speaking only for themselves for airports.
Is this Florida court house also an airport? Or located inside an airport?
Am I having a problem with logic or is it the article?
I'll admit I didn't read the article, but I don't understand how this is supposed to work.
If glaciers are responsible for the water supply, then if they don't melt, would these regions end up with no water at all?
Shouldn't these areas be depending on current precipitation for their water?
Or to put it another way, if these regions are depending on glacier melt from water accumulated hundreds of thousands of years ago, aren't they going to be screwed sooner or later? Either the melt isn't high enough and they don't have enough water, or the melt is too high and they'll run out later.
It would seem like the only sustainable situation would be if the melt equals new formation due to precipitation.
X-Com! Star Control! Especially given that the most recent sequels were horrible.
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Assuming you mean the old white plastic $1K model.. Well, old white plastic.
Assuming you mean the new aluminium model, the approximately same specs version for $1699 runs $300 cheaper than the low end $1999 15".
It was always the case that the MacBook was basically a Pro without discrete graphics. That's still the case for the $1K model even back when it was $1199.