Really? I don't pay for cable TV or digital phone from the cable company any more. OTA HD TV totally rocks! Terk antennas are great. With my ROKU or that new tiny PC from Intel so I can run Netflix and I am good to go. If you're still paying for what you can get for free; fill in the blanks from here.
The occupy wall street hippies didn't have anything better to do during the day other than sober up from the previous night's pot smoking bashes and then stand in line to get free benefits courtesy the tax payers after sitting around "protesting".
If I am around in 2050 it would be a shock. I just hope solar does make it to the top by then, or long before preferably.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/C... The subject is too complex to suggest that because Apple is gay-friendly means that that whites would not feel welcome there. If anything I would think more people should feel welcome at Apple, not excluded.
Ok that's all I had to say, glad to see it's happening now.
Why do young people and liberal nuts dis Fox? Is it because they don't like what their parents like in the former and don't want to grow up in the latter? Fox, NBC, ABC, CBS, the only difference is that Fox will at least on more occasions tell things as they are regardless whether college kiddies or liberal fanatics understand the content.
Simple subject but it's true. The very people who would be incensed by child pornography seem ironically to be Tor's biggest defenders. You guys need to re-think how important your adult porn is to you and get on the right side.
>> The smaller towns though have definitely done everything they can do to live up to the uber-conservative, racist, and ignorant stereotypes foisted upon them. That's an ignorant comment.
Way to go guys, this is me on many occasions.
>> I'll go for universities that focus on providing a solid background which will make me employable in the long-run. In the long run you'll be old, focus on what gets you the most now and stick as much of it in the bank as you can, each paycheck. When you're old and rich, I'm only one of those and it ain't rich, you can get as many degrees as fancies your interest.
We cut the cable cord over a year ago, we use OTA for all the major networks - free HD; Roku for Netflix, Twitch, AolOn (we like Newsy), YouTube, Smithsonian channels and 3 games we bought. The OTA antenna was about $45 bucks. The Roku $99. One time costs, we now save well over $100 per month we were paying to cable and get better content in many cases and the same in others. I miss the History channel, too bad they are greedy and don't have a Roku channel with all unlocked content paid for by advertising.
We made it for months on submarines, underwater, day and night...months at a time. We made our own air and water from the ocean. So yes, find the resources along the way and Mars is not far at all. Robots? They will help, they are not the sole answer.
Peter van der Linden's Expert C Programming: Deep C Secrets is one that I'd recommend for sure. Also, Steven's Holtz's books on Assembly. I'd start with those in fact.
Whatever Franken is for, I'm against, finally I know which side of the issue to take, thanks Al.