But I'd still be nervous, near the nozzle like that.
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I LOVE your similitude! I'm using it everywhere, from now on.
"Cheerios? Man, that is the "Thomas Kincade" of breakfast cereals."
Alabama and Oklahoma have orgasm.
I think I've seen this movie before. It doesn't end well.
The same one the Mac OS got hit with in the most recent release.
Just wait til Bill Gates begins twiddling with these mosquitoes at the genetic level - as threatened. What could possibly go wrong, for the Sorcerer's Apprentice?
"Dedicated to the proposition that all men are created equal"
"Beacon of freedom and promoter of democracy"
"Greatest nation on earth"
"Home of Free"
"Highest standard of living in the world"
"Best health care system ever"
"Dedicated to rule of law as determined by the will of the people with regard for the defense of the minority"
"Capital is the best expression of democracy at work"
The hits keep coming for the Homeland.
The microphone on the TV stays off until you command it to listen. You do that by pressing a large VOICE button on the remote.
"I know! Let's compete with a non-product, technology PoC that has no proven market, PLUS a high-degree of resistance and hostility by prospective customers!"
"That's why you're the boss, J.T. and why you make the big dollars."
The concept of "simulation" still requires a reality in which simulation occurs. If nothing exists outside the simulation it's not, in any meaningful sense, a simulation. It's just reality. Also, those who experience a simulation exist outside of it. There is no experiencing of the weather going on within your computer simulation of the weather - although you could do some sort of immersive VR and experience it. But that's because you're in the world it's being simulated from, and do not owe your own existence to the simulation.
Only if the data is normally distributed. Vaccination rates in the US, however, aren't. Or shouldn't be, anyway. The median should be somewhere in the 90% range in what should be a highly skewed distribution.
Either in the settings by turning it off, or by putting bogus login information in. Or you can block the TVs MAC address at the router.
No wifi, no networking, no smart functionality.
Verizon sold their New Hampshire, Vermont and Maine landlines to FairPoint in a way that had huge tax advantages for Verizon. FairPoint took on so much debt that it went into bankruptcy within a year, as Verizon and FairPoint knew was likely. It's come out of that, but there's currently a strike against it going on several months now which it has been refusing to even negotiate on, preferring to bring in scabs from outside the region. The cause of the strike is that FairPoint wants to lower wages and drastically cut benefits. The union has said it will accept some cuts, but no so much. FairPoint was severly short staffed and months behind in basic line maintenance even before the strike.
There was nothing said about net neutrality when Verizon set up this scam.
With a different meaning since you been gone...