to a gunfight.
how was the movie?
... off my incandescence!
... punctuated by moments of sheer terror
"bang the pool boy on the side" - I don't think you're doing it right.
Good comment. We should remember that the cumulative probability of the long tail of "unlikely" outcomes often outweighs the probability of the few most "likely" outcomes. In other words, the outcome will most likely be bad.
This was funny. If I knew what a mod point was and had one, I would have used it here.
Cancer isn't terminal either. Everybody dies of heart failure. All else is proximate.
So sorry for you and your mother. Thank you for sharing your experiences.
The Alarm Clock.
Same here: no script & requestpolicy. The amount of tweaking required to surf safely tends to make me visit less than a dozen sites regularly.
OK, so you come on over to my kitchen and use your new rules of thumb to rewrite all my much-beloved family recipes. I don't have a
.4 cc spoon, so make sure you adjust all the measurements and test all the recipes so that the family won't barf and the amounts can be easily measured.
I remember when I was a kid, the metric system was the coming thing... until everybody realized our sizable investment in butter-measuring devices. Uh, lemme see,, .454 kilos... uhh.. oh never mind.
Why wouldn't the company just hide the data breach? There wouldn't be that many people in the company that would know about it. Easy enough to keep a lid on it. That's what control fraud is for, anyway.
When I read the summary I thought "Finally!" Then I remembered all the weasel-worded laws enacted at the federal level to nullify any true protections that might be passed at the state level.
It requires someone to speak up against it. Why risk a political foofarah if you don't have a pony in the race? Don't be fooled. This is very cleverly architected.