My guess is you will find it hard to sell them drugs offering "longer life" when those who are not killed by medical intervention, accidents or poor hygene live longer than westerners, and have good lifestyle (large families, parties, respect, etc) that they would not get in the West.
Do you know the rest of them?
I'm all for those guv'mint subsidized chastity belts.
Yeah, but the trick is figuring out a way to get the Duggars to wear them.
Because Slashdot Media, owner of SourceForge, doesn't want it getting out.
Seems a shame that the heirs to the 68xx legacy these days just put out commodity standard architecture (ie ARM, PPC, etc) chips.
Is Freescale doing anything with the 68000 series these days? I assume the related but not quite the same ColdFire is still in production, but last I looked that hadn't advanced very much since the last 68060s in the 1990s.
When people talk about "we haven't returned to the moon" [bfy.tw], it refers to the end of the Apollo program.
So, the trips we've made to the moon SINCE the Apollo program (the most recent was in 2013), just don't count? Why is that?
Further, you apparently posted that "Let Me Google That For You" link without looking at any of the search results that Google provided you. The first link is to a Quora discussion about manned space travel, the second is a CNN article about whether we still need to have men on the moon.
So are you suggesting that only manned missions count as space exploration?
But then... your somewhat hastily provided Google resultsreally start to get interesting:
We get a YouTube video about extraterristrials, two pages from "Above Top Secret" and a website that suggests, "NASA is hiding a very dark secret from us" and that's why we haven't been to the moon. Then there's a link to a young adult Transformers novel on Google books and then a site called "Educating Humanity" which tells us the reason we haven't sent men to the moon is...aliens.
The next time you think to post a "Let Me Google That For You" page, you might want to actually check the links it provides to make sure they don't make you look like a complete schmuck.
I reallize the a person is going to take what the market will pay them, but it is seriously difficult to imagine that they are worth that much.
Then you really won't want to read about David M. Zaslav, from the Discovery Network and The Learning Channel (former home of the Duggar family and Honey Boo Boo) who's total compensation in 2014 was...$156 million!
It is good to be an oligarch.
Various Toolbars, like Ask.com, and other shit.
No, your information is not safe. SF is hijacking accounts claiming them to be abandoned (and being caught in the lie) in order to wrap the installer around the software package without consent of the account owner.