Well, we already did enjoy nice bottles of English wine. In the medieval warming period, vineyards were all over northern England. Today, many street names still have names of grape varieties as a result of those times.
Oh, crap. We can't talk about that. Nevermind.
Microsoft had XENIX back in the late '80s and early '90s. And, it was available to anyone. I supported many customers on it with our software and really enjoyed working with it. PC people couldn't believe that you could run a 386 or 486 and support multiple users at the same time with cheap dump terminals. And as I type this from a Linux-based Chromebook, I couldn't be happier that *NIX is not only eating Microsoft's lunch, but it is also being served for lunch at Microsoft.
We all saw this coming. And we know where it is all going...
I didn't vote for him.
But, most people just go to 7-11 and get hard copy porn for camping, I mean, how far are you going to carry on this charade? Web hosting and troubleshooting.... ha!
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May I please have a Beowulf Cluster of these?
Perhaps ask people go to a place and let their preference be known. Let's call the place a "polling place" and let's call their preference, say, a "vote". We can get rid of the term "poll" and use some new fancy term like "election".
But, polling really does need to change with people's communication preferences. ID verification was ALWAYS a problem on phones. I think that knocking on doors, trusted e-mail, text messages, and other alternatives exist. Harder to do, but oh well. If you want good data, its ALWAYS really hard to do. Good data is very difficult to come across. All data is wrong, but sometimes it tells you something interesting... (something like that...)
The talking heads and candidates care who is "leading in the polls". I don't. I choose my candidate based on what is best for ME and then I ALWAYS vote. I ALWAYS lie to pollsters. Or do I?
Those stupid dinosaurs forgot to exhale THEIR CO2. Here, let me help them with that *** starts SUV ***.
It was a Tesla. RTFA!!!
If we get rid of the windows, can I get 2 more FM presets and 8 more XM presets? Maybe I don't need radio at all if I am not driving. I can just watch Cinemax if there are no windows.
Your mother was a hamster and your father smelt of elderberries, eh!!!
Now go away or I shall insult you a second time... next to the picture of my cat swatting at the mail slot.
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