Don't forget the classic screw-over, Dune. Its sole redeeming feature was that they cast Patrick Stewart as Gurney Halleck.
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Ah, but the GOP-controlled congress has only just started its descent into full-on madness. With the teabaggers leading the way, we'll be #1 before summer.
in the hands of a normal 8 year old child. Cthluhu only knows how we survived our childhood.
The one who leaked all those emails.
Hell yes. You never know when your plane might veer off-course, break into pieces, and crash onto a weird island where you encounter polar bears. If you're lucky, however, you might find enough weapons to arm a small 3rd world country.
I'm a hacker, nothin' more
I won't quit until high score
Sound off: if then
Sound off: while for
Bring it on down: if then while for if then WHILE FOR!
Now drop and give me 20K lines of code, soldier
Happens to us all, Opportunity.
I have a treatment of Chutes and Ladders - The Movie I'm shopping around. If you're interested, call me. We'll do lunch.
I was going to recommend this as well. There was a very favorable write-up of this telescope in Sky and Telescope several months back. I had planned on ordering one after reading it but it was out-of-stock at the time. Good alternatives would be a good Newtonian scope from any of the reputable companies: Meade, Celestron, or Orion. They all have a good variety of sizes and prices along with the accessories you need: eye pieces, sky charts, etc. Selecting one from any of these options will give you something that should be useful for a long time. Good luck.
Better winters? You ever have to drive in the Tule fog that settles into the valley around December and doesn't lift until March? When its bad, you can't see the lines on the road directly in front of you. You are right about summers, though. Totally brutal.
And I give even less to OK but you've completely missed the point.
Yawn, indeed. Earthquakes can devastate an area much larger that a typical tornado. Especially in places where they've never implemented building codes intended to mitigate earthquakes. Here in CA, all new buildings are required to meet certain codes, many of the bridges have been refitted to be more seismic proof, and certain existing buildings, primarily schools and hospitals have either undergone extensive retrofitting or have been closed.
Perhaps building codes intended to protect against tornadoes will work, in some measure, against earthquakes, assuming OK has them, but I'd still expect rather significant destruction in even a moderate size earthquake.
And now earthquakes. OK just can't catch a break.
Interesting thought, however, since I never watched any Sex and the City, I assumed you were referring to a cute witch housewife with a twitchy nose. I guess it all depends on what generation of TV shows one was raised on.
I work in Sunnyvale where LinkedIn is putting up 3 very large, multi-story buildings for their new galactic headquarters. As I pass by them, I've wondered how they would possibly fill those buildings. Now I know. They're actually putting up their version of a data storage center, similar to the one NSA has built in Utah. They need room for the disk farms that store all these emails they've captured from their users.