there is your answer. ditch it. quick..
cant support those pesky freedoms now can we?
you *can* cut and weld the frame. cast and machine suspension and engine components. run your own wiring, fiberglass + paint the body...
there of course some practical limits, but your sarcasm just shows you are an idiot.
I wonder if my favorite bug/misfeature will make the cut and be enshrined forever, because it's *fun* when a successful database instruction throws an exception.
it was a free service. want to rely on the cloud, dont be a cheap ass and pay for a commercial account somewhere.
yes i agree. refreshing to see the proper term used, for a change.
Same story, with the addendum that my obvious lack of interest hasn't stopped them from spamming me every 3-6 months to try to sign up again.
Off and on, right now I'm sort of stuck in ROM support hell, my phone isn't well supported by AOSP base, which everything seems to want to use these days (the ROMs work but the phone functionality sucks) so I have to run a dated Sense ROM to keep everything working right. I'm just in a holding pattern until I can get a new phone.
Intriguing. I really liked what I saw, it's one of those "out there" things that may be worth learning. I've always been tempted to buy a one-handed keyboard and other things along those lines, with the fear that much like my old ergo keyboards I learn them, love them, wear them out and not be able to replace them.
It's urban black culture that disparages intellect.
It's hardly limited to that.
* The 20% of the country's land area called "the bible belt", especially the more rural chunks of it fit neatly into that box.
* Enough of the boob-tube watching population that it's a trope second only to "oafish husband-father/long-suffering wife-mother."
* All of Washington DC.
Had a Nexus 5 for about a week. Couldn't stand it. I'll keep an eye out for the OnePlus One, and keep my old Evo 4G alive until then. Thanks
GoG customer, are you?
Oddly, it's not just from hibernation. After four years, I'm still having that same bug myself, and my desktop doesn't hibernate. I have to bounce the network interface to fix it.
I always assumed it had something to do with constantly having a VirtualBox VM running.
All of which may be true (or not, anecdotes suck that way), and still don't change the fact that they're not programming languages.