The translated page for the first link is awesome:
Pepsi also do phone 5.5 inch screen priced at 1299
At 09:33 on October 11, 2015 Lei Feng network
Since soy sauce king also do hand ring, do any cross-border trade products have become rare. Recently, news that a beverage company to do a mobile phone. Recently, certification account named Pepsi phones coming microblogging Authentication information is "Science and Technology Co., Ltd. Shenzhen play crazy." Yesterday, the official micro news release said:. "Recently, a lot of information about PepsiCo phones on the network, thank you for your attention, through communication and cooperation within the company, next Tuesday we will bring more surprises for everyone."
I'm going to wait for the BRAWNDO phone.
BRAWNDO! The thirst mutilator!
This is a pretty unique situation, where you can't even SAY there should be more debates without being un-invited.
Evacuate? In our moment of triumph? I think you overestimate their chances.
The idea that there was no security risk here should be patently absurd to anyone reading slashdot.
Some would say that she could have avoided Obama exposing her corruption by not being corrupt in the first place.
Oh my, someone told this gent there was going to be a primary race. Sorry, we've only got a coronation scheduled here.
Those justifications are crazy.
The answer, obviously, is a hot grits cannon.
I hope to own an EV one day, but there's definitely a keeping-up-appearances thing to it. "Not only am I wealthy enough to have an ultra-luxury car, but I'm also more enlightened than you because I'm choosing the electric one."
So you get to show off to other people even further. You get to go round telling everyone you're both more successful AND smarter than them, which is the way most people think these days.
For many people, the Leaf isn't an option because the range is so limited, and the Tesla isn't an option because the prices are so far out of reach. I'm glad for people who have been early adopters, but I'm not going to turn my nose up at other people who make choices that make sense for them.
Because they want to look "environmentally conscious", so they put two chargers in their parking lot and then add a slide about how "green" they are for the shareholders' meeting.
That's my idea. If they want these prime spots right near the building that also give their cars free fuel, why not require a permit and have them pay a monthly fee? Then you can use the money to build out all the outlets you need.
As the article states, it's worse to have too few than to have none.
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