Never tripped over a cord, I presume? There are hazards to have cords running all over the place.
Same thing happened to my friend's jet tub. Breaker wore out I guess. Replaced it and no problems since.
Here I thought we was using his Credit Card.
I have a GalaxyS3 now, and if I talk on the phone for a few hours my battery truly suffers for it. One time I got home from work with only 20% battery left, I was talking on the phone a lot that day.
On that dumb phone, I was talking a lot and it got the 3.5 days. That's just not possible with my S3, the best I got was standby time of almost 2 days, but I never used it during that time!
It's not changing gears that's the problem. It's starting out in first that's the problem!
You aren't the customer Apple is targeting.
I have a 28 year old car, and other than fluid (oil/coolant/etc) changes I have no maintenance. Never had a problem with the engine itself. The cost of maintenance is far, far less than a $300 a month payment.
To the GP: the manual transmission where I am is like an anti-theft device. Nobody knows how to drive one anymore.
And let's face it, those of us who want a plain old cell phone are in the EXTREME minority. We are NOT worth it.
What are you talking about? When my Galaxy S1's battery took a dump I couldn't find a replacement anywhere. The talk time was terrible and I found out the battery was swollen. I had to order in online, which then posed another problem: I don't have a land line, my cell was my only means of communication.
I went down to my carrier and found a dumb (well, they call them 'feature' phones now) flip phone for $90. Bought it, installed the sim card and I had a phone again.
I almost didn't go back to my smartphone cause I liked being able to use my phone for 3.5 days without charging. I had forgotten what that was like.
I can think of another reason: it's bad enough that I nick myself sometimes in the morning shaving while I'm half awake. So now I'll get to read stuff and not pay attention, between being half awake and distracted, I'm going to have cuts all over my face! If I even have a face left!
If you're only 6" tall wouldn't you have problems reaching the pedals and seeing over the dashboard?
Actually, it does - almost all pricing includes a float to cover all the expenses from debit and credit cards.
I went and paid cash to buy a headunit for my car, and they immediately took $60 off the price. Not only does it cost you, it costs everyone else, even those who use debit cards.
I was kind of surprised, the place I went to reduced the price without me even asking.
What do you know, there is an extension that mutes the browser easily. Unfortunately it looks like it is the whole browser it mutes, and not individual tabs. I haven't tried it, so I don't know if it works. Figured others may be interested.
And I meant extensions, not plugins. I need more coffee.
I'd say it's high time Mozilla put individual mutes on tabs. They're all separated into individual processes now (I think?) and a visual play button could appear in the tab itself indicating the tab has sound. They can be set to mute new tabs as a default and only play sound after you've allowed it.
I thought maybe a new plugin would do that, but no luck. Maybe plugins don't have access to that sort of thing?