If you have the patience, can you please give me a short explanation how to read the chart? Thank you in advance.
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... do you have a source?
"They want to consume more than they produce"
if you were familiar with what the EU *forced* us to do when we entered the euro, you wouldn't say this.
they basically paid us to stop exporting.
there doesn't have to be a provision
they can just make it so the greeks will wish to leave the eurozone.
no not any more promises for free or cheap stuff no, this is what earlier greek gorvernments promised
"there is money" etcetc
no for fuck's sake no NO GOD NO
what greece needs is for the greek people to finally FINALLY learn how to work EFFICIENTLY and manage their finances
Not sure if anyone agrees, but it seems simple enough to me.
Where are the really high power ARM architecture computers?
Isn't there anything that can compete with current x86 processors?
I'd very much like a normal desktop computer with an ARM cpu.
cubieboard 1 and 2 have sata ports.
cubieboard 3 aka 'cubietruck' doesn't.
the other one i've found is "TS-7800" on here http://www.embeddedarm.com/pro...
poor performance on hardware nearing 10 years old
who would have thought
in unrelated news, my hp48gx can not run crysis.
it better switch to desktop mode when i plug in mouse+keyboard on my Z ultra.
i feel steam is horrible in this regard.
someone explain to me why each newer version is progressively slower on the same hardware as time goes by? If we were to believe the continuous performance improvements, this thing would hit 120 fps on a 286 by now.
Why does the FBI get involved? is it because the events span multiple states, or because the banks have so much clout? If this had happened to google or microsoft, for example, would the FBI get involved?
"monumentally" ranks higher, imho
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