Kenwood Cooking Chef - it's not magnetic, but it is induction. I've been lusting after one for a while, but with a high-end non cooking version already, it's hard to justify.
Facebook uses psychology to make minor changes in our happiness, at the expense of our friends, destroying relationships
FTFY. I know it's rare amongst
No, they're targeting potential breeders, implying that a woman's place is at home, pumping out spawn. Hence the focus on part time and home working.
Maybe they're redesigning so that it doesn't need one, at least not in the traditional sense?
9/11 compares to VE day. The problem is, the west is playing the role of Germany.
No True Not All Men?
Pretty sure all of those are classical symptoms of depression.
You seem to have mistaken 3d printing for a cheap hobby. Given the price of a reel of filament, it's madness to cheap out on the machine itself.
Conditioning only keeps my pink hair pink. Without washing it every few days, the loose dye builds up, and then can come off on hands, clothes, and sweat.
Or the increased pH level saponified the oil on you skin?
Another alternative for hair is just to condition, not shampoo.
Sorry, I thought we were discussing realistic approaches, and not handwavy appeals to magic and pseudoscience. Oh wait, slashdot, nvm, carry on.
The advantage with an AI is that it only has to grow up once, then you can image it.
It's amazing how vaccines always cause conditions that were mis- or undiagnosed in the past. Let me guess - vaccines cause ADHD, too?
I've got tourettes, and my girlfriend has ADHD and aspergers, and whilst we're thankful our conditions aren't debilitating, we also cherish the positive aspects they bring to our lives.
Google "GNRH vaccine" - it's for boars, but it also works on humans. It might have *some* side effects.