Thought about it a little bit more and decided to dig up a clip, I was in the Hazzard County Square on Tuesday.
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Older Corollas and Civics(and many others), Yes. Very reliable and safe cars.
Pulsar(Hell no!) Dad bought my brother one that was 3 years old. Always in the shop. You would not need this monitor on the Pulsar, they were absolute slugs. So much in fact that I consider them dangerous. It was such a slug that when driving you were unable to Avoid trouble. I actually(on my brothers behalf) took he and dad on a test drive to prove to dad it was dangerously slow and unresponsive.
Same feelings here.
I would have hated it, but in 5 years my oldest is getting something like this.
I went ape shit when I got my first car, quite literally trying to emulate Dukes of Hazard(Filmed in my hometown BTW). Most all of us have some regret on their youth, but I am very lucky to be alive.
I have 2 friends and a relative at 3 different universities that hold higher positions within different science departments.
Each of them said these 3 things to me.
1) Don't use my name or Ever tell anyone I told you this.
2) It's a bunch of political bullshit. It *may* be true that we are warming the planet. But there is absolutely ZERO funding to prove the opposite and by the way, Don't use my name or Ever tell anyone I told you this.
3) Don't use my name or Ever tell anyone I told you this.
Exactly my thoughts.
A better map might show noise vs population density.
That is not what the eventual immigration compromise will be.
Republicans will get their H1B's to help the corporations. The Democrats will get some form of amnesty.
Our(IT workers) wages will go down and taxes go up as millions of millions of new citizens taking free healthcare and other government benefits.
It's bleak, the worst of both worlds.
There is a good way around that that I have used for years. Don't use the current date. Use M-1 and Y-1(that's not exactly how I do it, but similar).
Also pick a couple of words and abbreviate them.
If your favorite Ice Cream is Cookies and Cream, you might choose a monthly password like this
Cok1113Crm#g - google password
Cok1113Crm#e - espn password
Easy to remember and always gets very secure score and a similar but not exact password across sites.
A Jupiter orbiter with 4 probes(one for each of the inner moons) would likely yield some great information about where to go next and some stunning photos.
I think this is actually the key thing in this discussion.
I left their DSL and phone for Comcast a couple of years ago and cannot be happier. My Internet with Comcast Absolutely Rocks, Uverse just cannot match the speeds I'm getting with cable.
They cannot compete with thin copper on internet speeds, so they are diversifying to video content.
I will never go back to them.
Comcast, (who's service I Love right now) will most definitely take advantage of this in the future and find a way to screw me. And I will have no true alternative.
I bought 1 on my 21" Hitachi SuperScan Elite's in 1996 and the other 2 in 1997.
Been using them non stop(day and night) for work and play for 16-17 years.
Instant gratification is not worth a $30 surcharge.
I would be willing to pay extra sometimes for instant gratification(not $40 for a $10 cable, but maybe $20), but not for an inferior product.
I'm finding it harder and harder to pull off the purchase at a local Walmart/Target/Lowes/Home Depot/Etc. for anything priced over $50. I've bought so much cheap ass China made crap from those stores that breaks within a year or two.
I Like ratings. If those stores would allow me to see their ratings(App?), I might pay a little bit extra on the weekend for a must have, but do Not sell me crap. Afraid of the Ratings, then do not sell the crap.
My family loves prime. Hell, I would seriously consider $199/year just for prime.
I'm busy as hell, my wife is busy as hell.
Between the kids swimming/soccer/balet, we have no extra time that we want to spend shopping for the various things we need not available in our immediate vicinity. We buy all kinds of things that are not readily available in our area(And many that are cheaper).
I don't want to go shopping on the weekends, we ride bikes, get outdoors, garden.
If I could get Same Day delivery(as has been rumored) and groceries I might pay $500+/year just for the convenience. Add up all of the gas/time/etc. going to town or the city.
I got my BS in MIS and started with Cobol on a Mainframe at a big bank in Atlanta in the 90's.
I've since moved on to VB, C#, pretty much the whole MS stack.
Things got a little slow ten years ago and I got into the LAMP stack to make ends meet.
There is nothing wrong with it and it worked quite great for everything I did at the time.
What did I do at the time? Small projects.
A lot of big corporations are "locked into MS".
I've got a couple of sweet corporate projects going with the MS stack, I just don't see the corporate penetration on LAMP. Over all, I would say much better opportunity for better $$ with MS stack.
Not even close.
I've lived in Colorado Mountains and other places and have driven on plenty of snow. Things are different in Atlanta.
Most of the major choke points happened on hills and steep off ramps. They ice over and your not getting up with 8 wheel drive.
Another major issue on the Interstates is the amount of truck traffic the Atlanta Metro Area has. Thousands and Thousands of 18 wheelers going to/from Florida. A car slides sideways and a lane is blocked. There were several 18 wheelers blocking the Entire Interstate in one direction. A blocked Interstate in the metro area completely cripples the entire road network for dozens of miles.
I have an IPad 1 and a Kindle Fire and I still prefer to read on my Motorola Atrix Phone because of the weight. I've dropped a hint to my wife that I'd like a Kindle Paperwhite in 11 days.
The backlight(I like to read in bed) and weight are killer features for me.
Perhaps in a few years we'll have a tablet as thin and light as a Kindle reader with quadruple the power of today's best tablets and a Hybrid display.