Probably someone decided that the snowbirds were either getting picked on or getting preferential treatment, so lots of colors of AZ plates were made. As a bonus, more money comes in!!
Did you know that AZ has very short winters? Last year it was on a Tuesday.
The S5 is set to go on sale around the world on 11 April, hitting shop shelves in 150 countries before the month is out. But the wait is too long for impatient South Korean carrier SK Telecom, which has made the phone available today for around 866,800 won."
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And those levels would likely be better than the wells-to-wheels carbon profile of an electric car running in a coal-heavy country--Poland, for example.
Not only that, but the engines themselves are not yet designed. They are "projected" be available by 2020.
I realize the air is a bit dirty, but still -- That is a long time to hold your breath.
Subset of Lie # 12: "It must be run as root/Administrator." Also known as: "I need the user program to access system calls and the *BEST* way to accomplish that is to run the program with admin privilages since admin can do that without annoying pop-ups.
It amazes me how many Win7 programs I run into that were originally programmed with XP or Win2000 in mind. The official Tech Support answer is: Oh, you have to be logged in as an administrator. If that doesn't work, right click on it and run it as an administrator."
Several years ago, I used to work for a now defunct online web site company that provided websites to customers. Customers were required to activate their site and sign in to a site management web page. Although the password policy was not as sophisticated as it should have been, we did require password to be between 6 and 16 characters.
We received an email from one customer who was helping a new customer activate and sign up for the web management page. The new customer liked to pick passwords based on a mild shock value and wanted to use "Penis" as his password. The customer wanted us to know that they almost died laughing when the web page responded back with the message:
"Password rejected. Not long enough. Please try another."
Remember, password length is important. Choose your length wisely.
This is not something you could set up, let sit in storage for a few weeks, pull it out and expect it to be effective.
It looks like it would be most effective on a small but not personal level. With a small group you could filter enough water to keep the wood damp for a long time, replacing the "filter" as needed. Sounds great for villages in developing countries, but it doesn't look like it would scale very well.
Congress has prior art.
Oh, they hear alright, they just don't listen.
To quote Homer Simpson: "Just because I don't care, doesn't mean I'm not listening."
A more simple explanation, of course, is that there is an underground facility nearby that is wrecking havoc on the magnetic fields near my house.
Only way to be sure is to ask my dogs to carry a compass and keep a poop journal. "Iggy, if you can't write in the journal which direction you were facing when you pooped, can you at least scratch an arrow in the grass? "
Other options listed, such as deleting from the Software Distribution/Downloads folder or the disk cleanup tool, reclaim between 8K and 50M from a 12G winsxs folder.
Thank you for the link, but it doesn't fix the problem. At best it only delays it. And if they never release a SP2, that folder can only grow.
Upgrading to Windows 7 or Windows 8 certainly fixes one issue, but it creates a whole new set of problems.
1.) There is guarantee that this won't be a problem in Win7 or Win8. This only showed up when there were *Lots* of updates to IE. In three or four years, Win7 could have a similar problem, or at least a problem with similar symptoms.
2.) Win7 did redesign the update process. (Actually Vista first showed up with it, but many people are skipping Vista altogether.) But in their great (for very, very small values of great) wisdom, they removed the ability to delete old, unneeded patches. In XP and 2003, you simply went to the Windows folder and deleted any of the old patches. You could no longer un-install the patch, but who needs to un-install a 7year-old patch? With Win 7, you cannot delete old patches. The winsxs folder grows exponentially, and since everything depends on everything else, deleting from that folder causes all kinds of problems. This leaves you with a winsxs folder that can be 20G or 30G with no way to trim it down. This is fine for a single system with a 500G hard drive, but is a BIG pain when dealing with VM's.
At first, it was just the other account made way too many stupid arguments, but it soon escalated to threats of physical violence. I had to keep a close watch on myself to keep me from slashing my own tires. (I tried hiding, but I quickly learned that I knew where I lived and where I liked to hide.)
After two or three "unfortunate incidents" I decided to close all but one of the accounts. Things settled down for a while, but I still have to keep a close eye on me in case I go back and login to one of the "closed" accounts.
Only two of my personalities have delusions, but one of them is paranoid and the other is out to get him.