It wasn't easy, and certainly not what I wanted to do. But I was watching my future crumble. Another issue I think that holds these people in the same community is family. Family didn't want me to go, but I couldn't stay. My dad could sense that it wasn't what I wanted... but it's what I had to do. Looking back, they were part of the problem.
I whole heartedly agree. I was in trouble w/ the law a little bit for "traffic" offenses. Every cop knew my car. Finally, after an overnighter, I was convinced I couldn't stay. I left it all. Moved away from town with few possessions.
Leaving my life behind, starting over, made a HUGE difference. Now, I'm quite the happy, productive member of society.
Nice stab at Olympia
You could rip em for us and upload the iso's ? (archive.org)
Oh and then scan the cover, and the disk...
The discs generally go up as pure rips via archive.org, you might be able to find something ya self?
come by hash archiveteam-bs on efnet
I'm sure you can figure it out.
Because the current IT guru's are making sure that doesn't happen, right?
If you can be replaced overnight, I wonder how much work you were doing...
.....sell cars which maybe used to kill people.
'It's not a windows issue if a program/driver/etc causes it to crash'
Tasker and Secure settings.
Tasker keeps my phone unlocked IFF I'm at home, or in my car. Once my phone leaves those areas, it automatically locks, it's super easy to program, and super easy to use (since I don't have to do anything at all).
I also have tasker shut the phone down at 7% energy if I don't push a special notification button, this way if I need to make a call, I still have enough juice to power up, and get 20 min. of talk time.
For example, producing almonds is highly profitable when water is cheap but almond trees are thirsty, and almond production uses about 10% of California's total water supply. The thing is, nuts use a whole lot of water: it takes about a gallon of water to grow one almond, and nearly five gallons to produce a walnut. "Suppose an almond farmer could sell real water to any buyer, regardless of county boundaries, at market prices—many hundreds of dollars per acre-foot—if he agreed to cut his usage in half, say, by drawing only two acre-feet, instead of four, from his wells," say the authors. "He might have to curtail all or part of his almond orchard and grow more water-efficient crops. But he also might make enough money selling his water to make that decision worthwhile." Using a similar strategy across its agricultural industry, California might be able to reverse the economic logic that has driven farmers to plant more water-intensive crops. "This would take creative thinking, something California is known for, and trust in the power of free markets," conclude the authors adding that "almost anything would be better, and fairer, than the current contradictory and self-defeating regulations."
The same way we noticed teh SSL vulns....?
I don't drink beer as it doesn't agree with me.....
But won't this adversely affect the flavour?
You deserve everything that MS decides to inflict upon you...