"The Lego Movie," for example, is listed as "currently unavailable" on Amazon. Set for release in the home video marketplace on June 17, there is no option to place a preorder."
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Maybe they aren't exercising.. perhaps they are climbing in to investigate what it is, start to walk/run and just can't get out as they don't yet understand it? I'd buy that more than an animal exercising because it wants to. Sure animals can be very smart.. but I don't see them being vain as some humans, or worried about their figure.
The past few years have also seen a great increase in microbreweries. Near where I live, there is one that makes some very amazing flavors, and some great full bodied selections. Not everyone in the US drinks Bud Light or Coors.. that stuff you can pour back in the horse!
Typically products use URL filtering and search filtering - very challenging and full of false positives (and false negatives). The newest trend seems to be actual content filtering, where the page is pre-loaded on the filter, analyzed, and allowed through if OK, blocked if not. It seems to greatly increase the correct response of the filter to the pages in question. I only know of a couple of companies who are offering this now, but I definitely see it as where things are headed.
Why don't you bring this up on a CompuServe forum?
What we Oat to do is warn people about this pun-ishment.
They can't.. it's called "Job Security" for the digital crimes unit.
Well.. a plumber doing a colonscopy is actually pretty close.. considering..
I eagerly await the answer...
Good to know and hear - I have not used it for years because it became useless pre-moderated, and my current ISP (who I've been with for 10+ years) doesn't carry newsgroups. Glad to know that it's at least in part working well.
3500 Calories = 1 Food Pound