Whoa, what command prompt code did you use to get your command line in inverse color? Mine's the standard white on black.
If ANSI.SYS is loaded, PROMPT $e[7m$p$g$e[m
All the name brands are made with food starch and gelatin
Isn't Dannon yogurt readily available where you are? They're a huge international company, and one of the most common brands of yogurt around here (Texas). Their plain yogurt is just milk and yogurt culture.
One of the reviews of Three Felonies a Day says, "I watched a Stossel episode and this author stated that the average person commits (unknowingly) three felonies a day. I was skeptical. I was right! I can not find anywhere in this book anything about 3 a day. I might have missed that section. It is not in the table of C. I skim read the whole book. If its in here it's a very small part of the book. If I am wrong will someone PLEASE let me know. TYVM Love JR."
I agree with #42542107--most people don't commit 3 felonies a day. Perhaps 3 misdemeanors, but not felonies. Perhaps you could give an example of one felony that many people commit?
and only a slight risk using Tamiflu (since it is still a live culture in that vaccine, but it is very weak.)
Tamiflu is an antiviral drug, not a vaccine, and is not made from the flu virus. For some reason, Wikipedia lists six different ways to synthesize Tamiflu, and as you can see, it's just regular organic chem stuff.
I did not have any mod points but +1 to the parent. The standard prayer "Our father" (or whatever it is called in English) was specifically designed to "trademark" christianity. Certain elements in that prayer were put there to define some beliefs as non christian, for example the "...tortured by Pontius Pilatus.." part.
Hmm, if by "Our father", you're referring to the Lord's Prayer, it doesn't mention Pontius Pilate.
Is it? I haven't actually used it, but Google's page about it makes it sound like it's a cloud-based office suite: "Google Apps is a cloud-based productivity suite that helps you and your team connect and get work done from anywhere on any device." that includes GMail, Calendar, Drive, Docs, Sheets, and Slides.
There are about 10000 death per firearm per year , about 3000 are murder
Sorry, your numbers are seriously fscked up. 10,000 deaths per firearm would wipe out the US population many times over. Maybe you're trying to say, "10,000 deaths from firearms per year" ?
The first definition of per is: 1
While it's arguably confusing to use "per" in two different senses right next to each other, what he wrote is a valid way of saying, "There are about 10000 deaths by firearm each year."
Let's say you wanted to use Bluetooth to talk to an iPod or an iPad. You'd think you could just buy a Bluetooth module from, say, Roving Networks - say, the RN-42, and then connect it to your PIC/Arduino and start sending Hello World, right?
You're grossly overstating things. If you just want to "Hello World" with an iOS device (i.e., do standard things like OBEX or A2DP), you can just use Bluetooth-standard components and protocols. As Apple's documentation says, "Third-party accessories can use the iPod Accessory Protocol (iAP) to access advanced features of iOS devices. One such feature is the ability to communicate securely with third-party iOS applications via the iOS External Accessory Framework." (see page 21).
So, as you can see, you only need to support iAP if you want to do Apple-specific things. You can easily empirically verify that standard BT features don't need iAP support by noting that you can pair a generic Bluetooth headset (including ones that predate the iPod Touch) with an iOS device, and it will work. You don't need to get a special "Made for iPhone" headset.
When a Banker jumps out of a window, jump after him--that's where the money is. -- Robespierre