There is no way that books will die. Those who prefer a digital format have undoubtedly already jumped on the bandwagon. It is a little bit like predicting that computers had heralded the death of paper and pen. Judging by my kids' back to school supply lists, Staples will be doing a heady business in them for a long time coming. Pam http://www.thatgirlblogs.com/
Being able to correctly identify emotion associated with a story or event is not the same as feeling emotion about that story or event. Although, I have to say, it is an admirable social skill. Keep it up and many husbands are going to find themselves replaced by a robot who can correctly identify and parrot back the correct emotional response to a woman.
Or perhaps the fact the fact they have changed the rental overdue agreement substantially several times has played a part. They went from no overdue fees to "Gee, it's a week late? It's yours!" with virtually no fanfare. I may be exaggerating slightly, but not much!!! Pam http://www.talksocialnews.com/
Kodak CLEARLY missed the logical answer to "Why would anyone want to...?" "Because it's cool!" and it's cousin "Because I can!" Talk about lack of vision! Pam http://www.thatgirlblogs.com/
I hate to bust his bubble, but everyone has a 100% risk of dying. Think he left out some important details there. Pam http://www.corporatehealthlink.com/
I see a great market in helping guys understand women. The computer could watch her face and text him, "She's bored. Enough football talk." "She's getting upset. Stop talking about her mother." "Uh-oh. She didn't REALLY want to know if she looks fat." Could revolutionize relationships. Pam http://www.thebrewmag.com/
I suppose they also own "face" so using expressions like "face time" will land you in court. Or maybe it's only if it's one word: "facetime." Perhaps they've got the patent on the little tiny space in between words. Pam http://www.talksocialnews.com/
True enough. I have to admit that "crotchspawn" is not a word one generally hears in day-to-day conversation. I'll further admit that its new to me. So on that point, I'll concede mjwx has enlarged, if not improved, my vocabulary. I missed where I defended anything. Perhaps I didn't read carefully?
I'm not in electronic OR medicine and it is the first thing that occurred to me. How hard could it possibly be to color code them? You wouldn't even need to replace all the existing tubes or connectors. Just put labels the ends. Pam http://www.nutrition--news.com/
I think you are right. It astonishes me, really that we've made so little progress in fighting viruses. But then, antibiotics were discovered by accident! I wonder if you know why they are called anti-sense drugs? It seems such an odd name- there must be a reason behind it. Pam http://www.nutrition--news.com/
Ah. One hardly knows how to reply... A little wholesome TV may have improved your mood AND your vocabulary. Pam
Actually I think it's a great move. Probably isn't going to attract anyone who wants a whole season of House, but as a mom, I've been stuck countless time in traffic, on a check-out line, or at the doctor's office with a bored cranky kid. At those times I'd gladly shell out a buck for an episode of something- ANYTHING- that will keep Junior entertained and quiet. They are probably also banking, quite literally, on the crowd that hasn't quite figured out that spending one dollar twenty times costs MORE than shelling out ten bucks. Pamhttp://www.talksocialnews.com
They are watching the WRONG movies. It was used very recently in a made-for-TV movie "The Wizards of Waverly Place", which was written, apparently, by a couple of college guys with a case or two of beer and the complete viewing library of 'The Brady Bunch" AND "Gilligan's Island." My kids loved it. I was half-hoping for a special guest appearance from Vincent Price. Alas, I was disappointed. Pam http://www.talksocialnews.com/