At least something makes you glad. Start buying wrinkle cream now.
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Did you hear that Alanis?
Observe the little documentary casting a shadow over big China.
Your censorship apologia would sweep away all things gloomy: fellow citizens, think positive! (or else)
I figured out an endless pattern to Atari 2600 Space Invaders and PacMan, high score stuff. Was thrilled and disappointed to read about my solution in some Atari mag several years after my discovery.
I figured I had beat the computer and was disappointed when War Games came out.
Because I have only had one problem to date. I went nuts one month and downloaded probably over 350gb. Not including streaming. TimeWarner throttled me. I paid $6/month for a vpn for 3 months and then after that no throttling, so I stopped vpn. That was 6 years ago. I still have TW. When I get throttled again or receive some c&c letter, then I get the vpn again. Why pay when I don't need it?
Amazon Prime Video. Having that tab open in FF disables my screensaver in 8.1. Arg.
Describe in single words only the good things that come into your mind about your mother.
It's the digital version of folding up all my junk snail mail into one of the prepaid postage envelopes some advertisers provide and sending it back. I wish everyone did it.
Maybe enough for you. For me, I would need to research more to find out what they consider high speed data (which is capped) and 3g speeds (which is what your streaming video is limited to).
Caps and throttling.
I'll never give up my Verizon unlimited. No matter how good looking the Verizon rep is, and no matter how much a month they promise to save me for switching to a new plan.
Now here's a little item I think you might go for in a big way - Dragonteeth mines. Made in the US and used successfully in Vietnam, I might add. These little honeys won't kill ya', but they're guaranteed to take a foot off. Take a couple of samples, take 'em home, see if you like'em, let me know how many you need. Okay?
The summary by HughPickens.com says that.
One article says
Cuba? Oh yea, that place with all the old Chevys.
This comment is modded up by young people who have almost zero exposure to death and disease.
Those cost about half your income and the price of a diamond ring.
Those rocks are for you to look at, not to step on my property and start turning over. Of course, once the cost becomes negligible for a robot to do the rock turning for you, then I'm sure we'll have a rash of home break ins committed by key wielding robots.