The malware was uncovered when the astronauts started getting pop-up ads about girls within the area wanting to hook up.
Prior to computers we had to use pull-string dolls.
Our methods were presented in this documentary:
but during the course of filming we had to use live bait and then the operation went down the tubes.
I wouldn't be surprised if Russia is wetting themselves as more and more countries are abandoning nuclear power and switching to natural gas, which Russia has a monopoly over in Asia.
WE need to switch to DNA-based identification, where computers can lift your DNA sample on the fly to confirm your identity rather than rely on a number and piece of paper that can be easily duplicated.
The new $100 bill looks similar to the euro bill. Who knows, pretty soon all of our currency will look the same and eventually become one currency, and we all know what that will bring...
Shot's fired at the US capital!
No reports of injuries since the town has been shut down.
The town is now on lock down and suspect has been apprehended since he was the only person in town...
This is what I was going to say lol. History has proven him wrong. Of course, it is only a matter of time until a company will have technologically progressed enough to actually go an mine an asteroid since that is currently the only economically viable endeavour for space travelling. We need precious metals.
Yes. So as to avoid cruel and unusual punishment at a constitutional level, prisons have to provide adequate health care. Hell, it's worth it, you can get free chemo therapy, heart surgery, etc. Just recently, a judge struck down a law in Wisconsin that prohibited hormone therapy for inmates because it was unconstitutional.
In case you haven't noticed by now... differential equations is where math meets the real world.
It is how we can translate a natural phenomenon into a math equation to figure out problems.
Being able to look at problems and be able to translate that into an equation into which the problem can then be solved is a vital in engineering.
I suggest you take Linear Algebra, too.
The reason automatics rule in the US is because no one has time to use a manual. We are all busy texting, talking on the phone, eating, watching movies and sleeping. Sometimes, a few of those things at the same time... We only have two hands a knee to drive with!
As well as the Santa Fe and Elantra. Actually, it was Elantra's and Santa Fe's advertised 40mpg sticker that really got Hyundai in trouble. Those were heavy cars and very little of them got close to the advertised MPG.
Accents on the other hand, are not that far off. While officially they do get 37mpg (I drive one that gets this), there are a lot of Accents (more than Elantras) that do get the stated 40mpg.
There are rumors that Hyundai wants to stop the "lifetime" debit card and instead give out a one-time cash payout to each original owner that still owns the car.
I drive a lot and a single pay-out is not worth it and even though I like my car, if Hyundai does stop the debit card program, I might consider trading my car in for another one because I, as well as many others, bought these cars for their MPGs.
...with these images for their cover when I was in middle school.
I went to middle school in the late 90s, the textbooks were circa 1980s. Goes to show how outdated Florida textbooks were at that time and probably still are somewhat outdated.
I loved glazing over the cover as it made my imagination wonder how they would go about building those mega colonies.