Can you make smoke come of it by saying that everything you say is a lie?
U.N., what a joke...
In the future they'll just turn it into low rent housing anyway.
640 kilograms ought to be enough for anyone.
Since when did the US got power to arrest people in Maldives?
It looks like they took that power on July 5th.
I hope that Garden Gnome costume isn't too tight around the waist!
It is if they spend too much time gulping Mountain Dew and scarfing down Cheetos while playing MUDs in the garden...
Is data mining patients done under local or general anesthetic?
Except for the system requirement of having a touch screen... if you try using Win 8 without a touch screen for long enough you'll smash the screen anyway.
I've had my Windows 8 desktop machine for almost a year now. I tried the touchscreen a few times early on, but I haven't touched it in seven or eight months. There's no need.
In fact, unlike my other touch devices, with hardware and software from other manufacturers, whatever font or display choices Microsoft and Dell made, smudges make it really hard to read the text underneath.
So... Hands off! No touching my screen!
There is no redeeming this pile of shit
Sure there is... It's that my boss gives me money every couple of weeks to do my programming work in it, because his customers use it, and most of his customers' customers use it.
My older daughter wants to be a princess when she grows up
Well good luck changing that... I only know one princess and she's a mean, nasty horrible woman.
Actually, she's not a princess anymore, not after India's Independence did away with royalty. She was born a princess of some royal house in Rajasthan just before that. Now she's horribly bitter that she isn't "someone" anymore...
should I aim for Seattle or San Fransisco?
I don't know much about San Fransisco, but I do know the weather in Seattle, while uncomfortably dry is less so than most other cities... If I had to pick between them, I'd probably go for whichever gets more annual rainfall.
Plus you ensure nobody can use the launch computers for anything else, even if it is reportedly the most boring job in the world being on watch down in the missile silo.
They can't play a nice game of chess on them? Only global thermo nuclear war?
When I see ages like 75 and never, I wonder if these are people who don't want to stop working, or people who financially can't stop working. My grandfather is 92 and still working...by choice.
It's a money issue for me. I screwed up by not saving money starting earlier in my career, so I have nothing to fall back on once I start working. I'm still not doing a good job saving money, despite knowing I probably should.
But who monitors the monitors?
The Hawtch Hawtch Who Monitor?
I plan to get my children learning the 'advanced' topics as soon as possible. How about you?
I hate children, you insensitive clod!
I cook from scratch most of my meals, and in doing that, I dine much healthier and cheaper than if I were buying junk food and dining out at the usual middle of the road chain type restaurants
As a younger man, I used to cook for myself all the time. I was never very good at it, but I could come up with simple, satisfying meals for myself (I've never mastered getting two dishes to get ready at the same time). That was in Oregon, with an electric range...
But then I moved to India for ten years and had my first experience cooking on gas. Continuing now in New York City it's much the same. With gas I haven't figured out how to cook food. Everything is either undercooked or burnt, and only rare flukes turn out right. After several attempts at baking cheesecakes, which I had mastered long ago in an electric oven, and completely failed in gas, I sort of gave up. It was frustrating to fail, and I was spending a lot of money on expensive ingredients for food that was inedible...
Fortunately Manhattan has lots of restaurants that aren't junk or middle-of-the-road chains... Lots of really good stuff, fresh ingredients and all that... And a variety of prices, so it's possible to eat well for fairly cheap. And in many cases, ordering a full meal is cheaper than buying a similar quantity of the ingredients at the grocery store (Manhattan is seriously expensive...)