Yeah I did it already. It's the only hit. The only thing that came up is pictures of pumpkins in related pictures.
So always by the generic store brand?
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I I've seen this exact thing at the Dominicks food chain here in chicagoland. When you walk in the store there are mobile scanners you can grab. Scan as you go. On your way out you put it in a docking station and pay for it. Done.
Admittedly i never used it as I Always preferred the Jewel-Osco chain. I dont know if all of them have this or if it was just the one where i used to live.
In addition to what jittles said, you can time the firing of a laser a lot more precisely than you can a spark. And, you can do things like multiple bursts (aka sparks) for a more complete combustion cycle a lot more efficiently.
Because of this http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CD2LRROpph0
Its actually a paddle to the right of his right knee. You can see it attached to a piece of PVC tubing under his desk
On mine (Win7 64 Ultimate) it shows different stuff at the bottom depending on how much, and how diverse what I selected its.
A few mp3s for example show a bunch of information related to ID3 tags.
The entirety of my WoW folder however shows "30 items selected. Click for more details" If I click it, it shows just that 30 items were selected, and the range of dates they were modified.
If I select the entirety of the folder, excluding the sub folders it shows "20 items selected. Click for more details" When I click it, it shows ranges for Date Modified and Date created, but also the total size.
Then again, I still don't have a microwave and the only reason I have a TV is because someone misunderstood me when I said 'I don't have a TV' and gave me one..
That's exactly how I got my TV! Guy at work bought a new one, and showed up at work one day "You don't have a tv right?" "Nope" "I got one for you" "....k"
And my Microwave I got when my mom came out to visit for a week...while I was at work she bought me one.
And on top of that, if you click on the actual Lincoln Memorial, it shows a picture of the Washington Monument. Maybe its a view FROM the Lincoln Memorial, but I think it should be a picture of the LM itself.
I have to agree 100%.
If the usual rate of dropped calls is 2%, just to take an example, #1 is actually 50 times worse than #2. #1 means that the rate is increased by 1
50% worse is not the same as 50 times worse.
That would make sense if they also had a formal procedure for doing the repair work as well. But seeing as they don't I have to go with the fact that my supervisor has never built or taken something apart in her entire life. The other shift supervisor is a lot more laid back when it comes to not following the written process exactly. He however, came up from the floor.
And I do believe that being a fortune 50 company, they have the lawyers already on staff.
I'm seeing this even in my work. I'm a mechanic at a large wind turbine manufacturing company. Recently, I moved from the repair side of the business to the new unit assembly. There is a written procedure, from our parent company in Germany (which sucks major balls I might add) to do the new assembly. Any deviation from the written procedure is severely frowned upon. I have found, based on my extended skill-set as a repair technician vs the people who are just assemblers, easier and faster ways of doing things. However, I have been scolded by my new supervisor for doing so.
It really chops my ass, but you're right. Doing things in creative and different ways is not acceptable for whatever reason...
The IMEI number changes with the phone. So, if I took my SIM card out, and put it in another phone BAM new IMEI number.