All together now...
All together now...
I don't think it does much for market irrationality. It does provide liquidity, though, which is good in reasonable amounts:
Sad that I've seen no references to this on
The end of season five was that experiment: is the cat alive or dead? When they "left" the island via a successful explosion, they all had to die w/o the island's grace. They had to find grace in themselves and their actions, w/o the island to act as a mediating force.
Yes, it's a sad reversion to Judeo-Christian ethics. Such is the way of Hollywood sentimentalism.
Otherwise, it mostly works. Except for fixing high-pressure hydraulics w/ duct tape. Oh, and jets can't taxi backwards w/o a pushing force.
and stop wasting our fucking time. That's all this is about and you know it.
I was with them until they ranked breeds by intelligence.
What they're not telling you (and most of the +3 posts on this thread would indicate that the posters know little of professional dog breeding) is the pedigree of the subjects under test.
I was especially disappointed when they chose to rank the Afghan Hound as one of the "dumber" breeds; which is sorting is such a human trait.
Those who know the history of the Afghan in Europe are aware the breed descends from a very shallow gene pool. Find the history of the breed written in the 19th century by "those who would be king" (Google books maybe?) to read the description of just how intelligent those imperialists found the long-haired variety.
Exactly. Russia has its first year round warm water port. Don't underestimate the importance of this to Russia.
If you live in a 1st world economy, I wouldn't bother w/ RAC. Most buyers will only pay 3rd world wages to RAC sellers. It's quite frustrating and will probably be a complete waste of your time. The only Americans who make money at the RAC site are the owners.
I canceled my CS account after they overreacted to Bavarian censorship demands. See Risks issues 17.61, 17.62 and other sources
* Q15. What is a SIMD unit?
A SIMD unit is a piece of hardware that does many things.
It is apparent from the log that the operation has failed for the MediaSentry software, as the log shows neither the addresses nor names of the intermediary hosts nor realistic timings of packet round-trips between them and the MediaSentry computer. The fact that this standard operation has failed suggests flaws, or "bugs", in either the MediaSentry software, or in its system or network congurations, or both.
Karma for the post of this log. That should provide a few minutes of fun. I can only image what Dr. Bratus thought when he saw it.
Thanks for reposting that link.
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To err is human, to moo bovine.