That's what the DPRK has been doing for 60 years. Hasn't prevented the US from "interfering".
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I was doing that with Freshdirect in 2005. Except for the heating oil part.
Search Solowheel on youtube. Or follow the link in the summary.
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No liquids of any kind plus no sedimentary rock plus no volcanism (ie lava tubes) for eons means no caves.
Again, it's not "bullshit," it's hundreds of thousands of entries like this one for "pirate"
I'm still boggling at the idea that anybody thought Urban Dictionary was going to help Watson sound human.
All that bullshit on UD describing sex acts that exist only in the imagination of 11 year olds? And described using not really the best prose those 11 year olds can muster? Not so much.
That's why you get a shrinkwrapped copy of CS5 on Amazon and upgrade to that.
They sure as shit don't have progress bars for the file open command. Try accidentally opening a 1 GB PSD over a VPN tunnel sometime.
CS2's native high bit depths are pretty limited. Just about the only thing you can do in float space, for example, is color correction, gaussian blur, and downconversion. Even the 16 bpc mode lacks a ton of features and is generally a pain in the ass.
Except scorched tank armor is black. 100 ms later, it's black and melted.
We use 11x17 (aka Ledger or Tabloid) all the time; it's probably the third most common US paper size after Letter and Legal.
recessed cans, yes. Those square fixtures with a metal frame around a frosted glass/plexi lens is what the OP is referring to. You generally don't see those in commercial settings; just residential construction between 1965 or so and 1990.
Isn't that a fair description of a cable box/DVR?
Gosh, whatever did they do before the invention of the taser?