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1) a method where by diffusing the heinous odors of flatulence, the method comprising the steps of
a) pinching ones nose by either thumb and index finger
b) pressing the back of ones hand to the nostrils
get this one and now every time someone tries to plug their nose you're golden!
Why doesn't Apple let people know if their gift of an iTunes song doesn't arrive at it's intended destination? If I place a cell phone call and it doesn't connect, I don't get charged. If I mail a letter, the post office will return undelivered mail to sender.
And is this 5 mil dollar amount correct in this quote from story?
""This little experiment begs the question, how much money is Apple making on undelivered music? Let's say that only two percent of the one billion songs downloaded last year were 'gifted' songs,' that would add up to 20 million songs. Now, that's hardly a drop in Apple's bucket of revenue, but if a twenty-five percent failure rate is the norm, then 5 million songs go undelivered while Apple makes around $4.95 million per year for failing to deliver songs."
On March 25, 2004, Amber and Jeremy took digital photos of themselves naked and engaged in unspecified "sexual behavior." The two sent the photos from a computer at Amber's house to Jeremy's personal e-mail address. Neither teen showed the photographs to anyone else.