I have tried two more brands of contacts, both hydrogel and toric, with little success. The first pair had the right eye not so bad, but the left was blurry. Ultimately, my appointment was for Sunday, and when i was late i received a phone call. Oops! I guess i've been relying on those reminder calls a bit too much.
And then when you got past the nipples you stopped the download because there wasn't a point any longer.
By then, I'd usually lost patience and just turned to my vast collection of ASCII porn stored on a tape drive.
Those were the days......
The 'normal' level of vitamin D has also crept upwards over the years.
I don't mind e-books. But i refuse to pay so much for something that is not legally absolutely and completely mine. Even then, it's always a question if i want to pay for something not tangible.
And, books don't run out of power, can easily be flipped, and so on.
The other fact is that pure gas cars are getting really good milage.
My Chevy Cruze is averaging over 33 mpg for me.
LOL. My 2002 Prius got 45 mpg (not to mention much, much lower emissions).
33 mpg is in the same class as "can't be bothered". If you want to crow, you need to get more than 50 mpg, son.
The $10/GB should be free (or cheap) during times of light data traffic on the cellular network, similar to "unlimited nights and weekends" voice plans.
Ah, I see they do offer comparable pricing to Boost. 1GB with service is $30. 2GB is $40, but if I use 1.5GB they credit the difference. Sounds like it's worth trying.
You can change his plan too. Boost offers 2GB/mo 4G LTE for $30/mo, which simply degrades to 3G when he hits 2GB.
I don't bother with the higher plans. I play Ingress a lot, use it constantly for mail, and I do a lot of web stuff when not home. Like searching for reviews and price comparisons when I'm out shopping. I also occasionally tether my laptop if I need to do something and don't have wifi available. At home and when I'm in an office, I get on wifi. It's not a bandwidth saving measure though, it's just faster to be on a fat pipe than anything wireless trying to penetrate buildings. When I check my usage, I'm usually only at 1.2 to 1.5 GB per month.
I ran into my first problem with Boost a month ago. They messed up provisioning Visual Voicemail when I switched phones, so it isn't sending transcribed messages to me.
It would seem that they're targeting a small market with this new plan.
If that's the story I'm thinking of, we're not resurrecting the mammoth, we're cloning it. Those are usually introducing the DNA into somewhat comparable modern animals. It's not like the mammoth would wake up and say "Hey, what happened? Last thing I remember was eating frozen grass in the tundra." That's assuming mammoths could talk.
I love books. Well, i love reading them. There are people who do love books, such as an erstwhile coworker that told me she cried when they were lost or damaged, or something like that. She convincingly conveyed to me that she was emotionally attached to her books. She also no longer works here.
It seems his trading bot used a new strategy to outwit the other trading bots and so they sold like crazy, depressing the stock price. There's a technical solution to this technical problem, but as usual the government prefers a more heavy-handed approach.
I'm sure you had the same level of skepticism towards an article published in Rolling Stone last fall.
If you can't find a picture of me online with 30 seconds on the googles, you need to stop eating the paintchips.