Well, seeing as 50% of all people are below average, that sounds about right...
Not the OP, but Apple keyboards are excellent.
They might mean over 100 unique words...
Most mechanical watches these days are "automatic" and don't need winding. They have a weighted rotor which spins around as you move and keeps them wound. They will only stop if you don't wear them for a couple of days.
Probably based on the same principles as this:
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Too bad you don't know what the fuck you're talking about.
Or it could mean that people keep their iPhones longer.
So the copyright owners could just easily give them hashes...
That's because you have the streaming service instead of the DVD rental service.
T-mobile to go. You can get a phone and the first year of service for $120 (20 for the phone and 100 for initial Gold membership), and then you only need to put on $10 per YEAR to keep it going (as long as you don't use up too many minutes, so it makes a good emergency phone).
Get a very high-powered flash unit (sometimes called an antipersonnel flash for its ability to temporarily blind people) and set it up as a slave flash so that any internal flashes firing will set it off. This will probably work but the occupants won't like it much. It could also be triggered by flashes coming in from outside, so may actually be counterproductive and assist the paparazzi outside.
In the same way that they have a bitmap (image) for the color of the surface, why don't they do a map for reflectivity? Real people and other things aren't uniformly reflective over the whole surface. That is why even raytraced stuff looks like plastic. Maybe someone has done it, but I've never seen it, even in movies where they have as much time as they need for raytracing.
Well isn't that convenient... If they cancel each prize before anyone has a chance to win, they'll never have to pay any awards.