All that hockey hullabaloo and that bitch Anne Murray too!
Or... and this may sound zany but hear me out. Maybe 51% of people did a risk/benefit analysis and decided that giving someone there password was actually beneficial for them.
Not possible. Only people who use devices in exactly the same manner as that proscribed by a
The rate increases when looking only at the subset of the population who post as AC.
I found another source that put the average at 2700 in 2009. So saying a 2400 sq ft home is huge is like saying, "My six-inch penis is huge".
It is, if you are measuring the radius.
And there was much rejoicing.
I found it interesting that his break occurred just an episode or two prior to some big moment he had been anticipating since the inception of the comic. If he comes back, I hope he does it before I forget about it.
I would think it would require some extra force added to the rebound. And a lucky hit.
My theory that explains the injury and the eyewitness statements? Most eyewitnesses stink. Particularly after the media circus started.
None of those complaints addressed the original claims: commercial free stations that started playing commercials.
And while the trucking company ads can get annoying, I'd be willing to bet a huge proportion of truckers have Sirus and/or XM in the cab (having been one myself).
Other than the rebroadcasted major market channels KIIS and Z100 on channels 11 and 12, what music channels are playing commercials?
Channel 76 and below (except 11/12) are all still commercial free. I can't speak for 77-79 (kids), and some of the 140+ Latino channels, but...
What music channels, exactly, are playing commercials on XM?
Stop screwing up the nerdrage with pointless facts.
While trying to load test data, we found duplicates (based on the unique key) in the provided file. So, the BA (English is not her first language) asked them:
Does the test file present valid business scenarios?
Ultra low temperature silicon rubber springs to mind.
Even Wikipedia would have let you know that this is inadequate for the range of temperatures found on Mars.
Oh well, I guess they'll know for next time
Right back atcha
I'm a different AC, but I think you made his point. "You are unlikely to see another human being for days" in those hundreds (is it really thousands?) of square miles precisely "because practically nobody lives there or will ever go there."
Yes, I did. I also made the point that his point is irrelevant. We're talking about a minuscule proportion of the population. It's not that their wishes should be ignored, exactly; I believe that creation and protection of rights is a valid pursuit. But "It is virtually impossible for people to not run into each other," is still a completely valid statement. Virtually nobody lives in a situation where they won't see other people. Someone always turns up, if only for a sample of something. Maybe you. And frankly, there really is nowhere like you describe in the USA, either. There's a number of large private ranches of thousands of acres; those guys often have stories of trespassers. And a large portion of the country is owned by the Bureau of Land Management, which regularly portions big sections of it off for military and police training, and which patrols it regularly and investigates fires, target shooters in hunting season and hunters out of season, and the like. Then there's the big state parks, which are full of state park rangers on horses and in Jeep of various types, and IIRC Chevy trucks. They manage to cover quite a bit of ground.
So yes, it is virtually impossible to not run into people. You have to go to significant lengths, especially since people are actually looking for people in those supposedly empty places. Sure, you could get lost in the asscrack of some mountain somewhere, but even getting there is beyond the reach of many people. Only a tiny slice of the world population even lives away from someplace where you can avoid seeing people for more than a few minutes at a time.
If you're going to make me split hairs,
Say what you mean in the first place, and I won't "make" you do anything. How weak are you that I can "make" you do things on Slashdot, anyhow?
If you can't provide meaningful evidence other than "if you can't see it you are blind" then you are either wrong or not the person to be advocating.
Yes, by all means, engage in defensive prevarication instead of examining the problem. That will surely lead to advancement!
I think you are technically correct (the best kind of correct, btw), but any small-ish publisher is likely to get ground into bits by the inevitable lawsuit. Even if the lawsuit is a farce, attorney's fees and other costs of litigation are prohibitive.