There are quite a few lights here in northern Utah on roads with speed limits of 50 and 55. 5 to 10 over is pretty reasonable I would think, so his example is indeed possible where I live...
soylentnews.org. You are welcome
I'm glad I could brighten your day
I like the comments here, and there are currently not enough commenters over there. Better editing, but way less comments, so I use both. doesn't mean I cant talk shit. This is the internet after all...
I am not paid to edit a largish news site...
Are you gonna fix your retarded headline samzenpus? Do you even read the dumb shit you write before you add it to the front page? I wish everyone would just move to soylentnews, much better editing over there.
loopback is slow. you want to have it resolve to 0.0.0.0. I'm sure APK will come along and educate you soon lol
I'm not even all that poor and I have it. Your kids just have to qualify for free lunch. It was super simple to set up. One phone call. My bill is 10 bucks a month. As far I I'm concerned they are honoring the agreement. They suck for lots of other reasons, this isnt one of them.
They are not going to be making lead acid batteries for use with an ICE, they are making lithium batteries suitable for the cars they make, as well as stuff like electronics and home use. Side note; Car batteries work just fine, if you properly plan and have them somewhere with proper venting. Lots of people have solar/Lead-acid/inverter setups in their homes now. I would imagine it is the most common setup.
hear, hear! PWNed by Theo and friends and soon to be PWNed by Google.
I prefer SN, I just wish everyone here would move over there so there is more comments.
It says something along the lines - "DNR captured this BUK on 29/June/2014, from UA AA base".
You start it, I'll sign it.
um... you can build it to check it out. It is most surely Gentoo based.
Rocket booster reentry, landing burn & leg deploy were good, but lost hull integrity right after splashdown (aka kaboom).
Detailed review of rocket telemetry needed to tell if due to initial splashdown or subsequent tip over and body slam