Burning it out means her insurance will supply her a replacement car or cash...
Returning it with added mileage and damage means she gets back a lower value vehicle than she had before.
There have been cases of long term valet parking services using the cars as rentals, taxis or joyrides too... People have received speeding or parking tickets when they were out of the country.
NO, it can never be a good idea. It can only go from a terrible idea to a terrible idea with some upside. Having a BMC with limited access to the main system was a good idea, but we've had those for over a decade now.
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"Not so handsome now", thought Harry as he dipped Hermione in hot source. The Death Eaters were dead now, and Harry was starting to get hungry.
One can interpret some of those words in a couple of different ways, and one of the interpretations (not the literal one, the vulgar one) sounds very much like typical fanfic.
For years, the Google Search app for Android has listened for the voice command "Ok Google." This carried over to Google Assistant, but it hasn't become any less awkward to say. When the Google Home was first introduced, it could listen for "Hey Google
Google Assistant on phones now offers a choice of hotwordsEngadget
"Hey Google" wakeup command for phones seeing more widespread roll out nowGSMArena.com
The Google spy who loved me (and who I loved back)Brinkwire (press release)
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Sorry but that was primarily what I had in mind. It is bizarre and unexpected but whatever traces of beauty it had, before those were destroyed by pattern repetition, came from the original art. This is only my opinion of course, and not even an opinion, just a feeling.
If AMD and Intel are both compromised in the market, and let's go ahead and assume they are for the purpose of this discussion, the correct response is to redistribute market share in a way that shrinks the biggest players and makes room for new players who may not be compromised.
Since VIA is not an option for the typical desktop or workstation user, and there are no other players, that means growing AMD even if they're also compromised, simply to shrink Intel. Then, we start growing VIA for lower-power needs, until they're able to catch up in performance-per-watt; then we grow them to be Intel and AMD's equals. We show other foundries that there is room to grow in the x86 market, they step up, we grow them, then we win.
So you consider women to be nothing more than meat-based 'hyper-visors'?
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It’s simple really We absolutely love what we do and are 100 % committed to providing you and your pets with the highest standards of “Quality Care”.
Everything we do is driven by our love and passion for providing the best possible care for our patients and their human families. We at GVC all have our own pets and know that each is an individual with its own personality and quirks.
People who are overweight are up to 12 times more likely to develop diabetes
Think about that.
If you don’t face up to your excess body fat, you’re walking around with a time bomb ticking in your body, just waiting to explode and ruin your life.
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We should be using terms like "forced birthers" because that describes what so-called "anti-abortionists" are supporting. Not saving a fetus, but forcing a woman to give birth without her consent.
Riiiight... because every abortion is because the woman was either raped or experiencing an immaculate conception, 'a la the virgin mary'. She didn't consent to having the man engage in all the requisite steps to impregnate her - it just 'happened', she's a victim of her own completely unpredictable fertility cycle and some innocent sexual activity...
Yeah, just a rhetorical question -- which of you, here, has 'lost your grasp on reality' due to any tech being produced, anywhere?
You don't think that Facebook has caused people to lose their grasp of reality?
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder and some (many) would say that those images are beautiful. Just saying...
I don't think so.
When we look at the history of dining, ancient Romans were the ones who started hosting dinner parties with exotic and intricately prepared dishes. During or after the dinner, the Roman Emperor and senators would congregate and discuss matters of state. The English dinner parties hosted in the late 1880s were more formal affairs, with printed invitations and elaborate food displays. They would be followed by entertainment that included singing or poetry recitals.
The first entertainment accompaniments with dinner were string music and jazz. Having a live band playing tunes gave the place an elegance that was missing from the average restaurant. As times progressed, there would sometimes be a lead singer accompanying the band, or there would be a routine from a stand-up comedian who would make the audience erupt into peals of laughter, as they tucked into their meals.
A little later, dining started to get more innovative, especially in cities like Sydney, which boasts the most beautiful natural harbour in the world. There are many dinner cruises on Sydney Harbour that offer it’s guests a luxury dining experience, while enjoying brilliant views of the city’s iconic attractions. There’s even one that offers a gourmet three-course meal as well as a live cabaret show on a vessel that’s designed like a New Orleans-style paddlewheeler.
As the world moved to new ages, multiple activities were being clubbed with dining. Dining became less of a recreational pastime, and more of a stage for other activities. It’s the stage for business meetings or interviews for potential job aspirants. The food aspect of dining seems to have been sidelined with other activities taking centre stage.
You get more for your money’s worth now though, with all the added entertainment inclusions. But are we missing out on something – the core part of dining, the food? We used to select a restaurant or a diner based on the dishes they were known for, and not the entertainment options available. Dining used to be a passionate affair, tasting eclectic flavours and enjoying the flavours and spices that went into making it. All these added accompaniments might have also lowered the standards of cuisine, as the main focus has shifted from dining to entertainment elements.
The experience of dining is only remembered during festive occasions like Christmas or Easter, when everyone sits down to share a meal, taking in the flavours and expressing gratitude to the ones who toiled in the kitchen to put the feast on the table. There will be lively discussions and conversations with each other, but the food and feasting always hold centre stage!
It’s sad though, that we are not able to experience this joy of dining more often, appreciating the flavours and the good work that goes into making each dish.