I would have thought single people to be the most likely to invent new ways of touching themselves
True, a whole lot of joint pain and posture issues are caused by overtight muscles. I had tight wrists and occasional pain for years from spending so much time at a computer, but I found knots in my forearm muscles near my elbow. It hurt like HELL to massage/stretch them out over the course of a couple of a couple of weeks, but I haven't had any wrist issues since then
Bullshit, I was sat on my ass playing Skyrim for a month. Every so often I'd want to get some actual exercise and so went outside for a walk. I was planning ideas like this in my head because I thought it would be a lot more fun to combine the two.
We're going to need another Timmy
The point he was trying to make is that NASA are misdrecting their resources. Not that this coffee is meant for the moon.
You've obviously never watched Antz
For that to work, there would have to be no bullshit on people's resumes..
So you pick one because of some subconscious factor, which you're probably not aware of
Like you're ever unaware of the cleavage.
Why don't you download the latest iTunes from Apple's website? It doesn't sound like you're trying very hard to make it work. And I'm not sure why you expected any better of iTunes anyway.. it's always been a piece of shit..
So what you're getting at is.. there's a risk it will turn some of us into werewolves?
Yeah, it can't be the sitting all day glued to books or computer displays that does it..
The internet is not really a luxury any more. My evidence: you can't buy (luxury item) without it!
I do have my old collection on an HDD. Now I use Spotify. So at home I don't need to store anything. I cache my "starred" list and some albums on my phone for playing when out and about. Currently that's just over 1000 tracks.
It's enough if you want to faff about with managing your music all the time, but it's definitely not "lots". Space for "lots" of music to me would be over 50GB. My (legally acquired) music collection was something like 80GB, before I started using Spotify.
For some definition of "lots". Lots of text, sure. But not lots of pictures or music, unless you are happy with some serious compression losses. In today's world, 16GB of storage is about the minimum acceptable for a phone/tablet/netbook class of device.