beta really annoyed a lot of people.
They just have poor english skills. They think that you want to hire a team with 8 man-years of experience with MS 2010.
And between the people making up the 100 person team, they do.
But it doesn't seem like he's a psychopath, so he definitely is not fit for upper management.
BZZT. Implies the fuckup was not planned.
Why do you think it's so easy for any police force to have SWAT teams and a wide assortment of military gear? Riots like these have made it a really easy 'sell'.
There are some Golden Girls around here somewhere looking for you, so they can go down on you.
Chick's are generally hotter than dude's. At least for me.
First, it's "a legislator". Singular.
Second, there are more than enough elected dolts to vote "yes" to this proposal, just because it uses the phrase "back door".
renamed to get away from the stink of "Internet Explorer"
Wow. You must really like Mike Tyson. He does have a great tattoo on his face.
It's not really a bullet, but more of a guided missile. to get long range sensors, you need to upgrade to a larger model.
That's why we have guns.
Rattle of a few warning shots, and you have no more bandwidth problems.
When you go to hell, you get to listen to it forever, and Satan doesn't have to pay any royalties...
They probably also just happened to have a draft of how the legislation should be written, and just happened to be in the room with the minister and his deputies as they discussed when to roll it out.
That's sharing a taxi.
The pre-Uber general characterization of ride-sharing is person 1 is going from A to B, and offers/finds/solicits someone else (Person 2) from around A (or along the path from A to B) and drives with Person 2 further along the path to B or around B, drops off person 2, then Person 1 continues on to B.
Person 2 may give person 1 money and/or sex in exchange for the ride.
It's predicated on Person 1 already wanting to go from A to B.
Uber and Lyft have completely perverted the phrase, using it to refer to taxi rides arranged over the internet, at random prices, while ignoring any taxi regulations.