To Smith, who died in the Big One, the War to End All Wars, and to Jones, who died in the war after that.
Here men from the planet Earth
first set foot upon the Moon
July 1969, A.D.
We came in peace for all mankind
(signed) Richard Nixon
The more broken something is on Slashdot, the greater the probability that it's exercising code that was actually written by CmdrTaco.
I've actually gotten ON the Turnpike there. Yeehaw is there for (ISTM) two reasons: to serve FL-60, which is the cross-state road running east from Tampa (and which extends to Vero Beach as GP mentioned), and to break up what would otherwise be a 90-mile stretch with no exits between Fort Pierce and Kissimmee. Other than that, there's one store there that looks like something the Clampetts grew up with.
He ruled the Star Fleet Technical Manual.
He definitely threw at least twice. I have a friend who remembers Luke missing twice, then landing it on the third try, but I don't clearly remember that one way or the other. (I didn't see it on release day, but I did first see it during the summer of 1977.)
What about detecting domains that have just expired, but haven't been removed yet?
Oh, you mean like the domain squatters do?
Since almost all movies ship as hard drives now rather than film prints, I don't think that opening weekend means as much for picture quality as it once did. Unless, of course, you think the studios are using such cheap hard drives that they start losing sectors after 2 weeks.
Myself, I've got a pretty decent HD/5.1 setup at home, and this is still one I'm planning to go see at the IMAX.
You're both assuming that the weak and stupid would actually be eliminated. Given that we're discussing a popular vote with no way to enforce even the slightest of eligibility rules (i.e., minimum age), I think that the best description of the ultimate victors would be "the hot ones," regardless of intellectual heft.
I just turned 48, you insensitive clod!