thanks - I'll give that a try
I have adblock.
Have you tried to use Youtube without adblock? It's broken - the page looks like garbage, and the video is about the size of a postage stamp.
I really don't know what else I am supposed to do other than completely avoid youtube, which is really hard to do
I sat down to watch Paddington Bear with my 19 month old son.
The advert that I couldn't skip was for a horror movie.
Thanks, youtube. That was *fantastic*.
obvious shill is obvious
Essential - cooking, baking, bread making.
Brewing is another basic skill that produces a product that can be used for barter.
Farming / growing crops - how else will you get the grain/fruit for cooking?
Hunting - obvious one there. But the other side of that coin is butchering. How many butchers do you know?
Sewing, to repair clothes that won't be replaceable for a while.
I could go on.
the issue at hand was the final straw. After years of dealing with BS, having "one of your own" stab you in the back is understandable as a final straw.
nope. USA is a country. England is not. The country is "The United Kingdom" of which England is one part.
too late. The NSA has already been in ur interwebz.
to page The Doctor to this one...
it was a system set up specifically for and by the local Blackberry affiliate to their exact specifications
Blackberry set it all up, provided the training, and provided the support. It was truly awful.
the company I worked for in 2001 - 2005 trialled BES on Windows 2000 Server and Exchange $whatever, configured especially for BES.
In that environment, BES blew goats. It constantly locked up, lost email, required reboots of the server, etc etc. The company *ran* back to GROUPWISE as a superior alternative to BES.
"Solar is dead. Most of the US doesn't get enough sun to make solar feasible. "
Apparently I have been hallucinating all the sun in the Southern US States. Who knew that coulds could be so bright and shiny? Who knew that cloudiness would make me so sun... sorry, cloud-burned?
Wow. I have been learned good.
ting's android phones start at under $90...
I use Ting - they are a division of Tucows, use the Sprint network, are no-contract, and have reasonable monthly fees and no overage penalty (they just move you to the next tariff). I have an Android smartphone which I can use without any data plan if I so wish.