Mod points, I wish I had them.
And yet if you had no pause button and needed to take a longer bathroom break you'd be SOL. So trying the "pause" button, and you can stop far a break for however long you need.
I like breaks where natural breaks happen. Sure, if the phone rings or someone is at the door I stop where I am. But otherwise I will take breaks at a commercial.
I have been known to hit the slow button at the beginning of a break to leave the room. That way I have much longer than the break and I am not burning anything into my screen. A few times I have gotten into a conversation and it has even gone into the show. But not so far that a few presses of the 8 seconds back button on my Tivo won't set me up.
It might use slightly more bandwidth
I can see the lawsuits with "I should have gotten the 40 byte no address, instead of the your 1 meg ad fest. Why are you taking my internet away due to your invisible cap."
Regardless of if you are in a math heavy career or not, you aren't going to waste your time doing it by hand, you'll use a calculator which is faster and more accurate.
Well, strictly not if that calculator gives you decimals instead of a remainder besides the whole number and that number has to be carried over elsewhere.
Or you need a better calculator or learn to better use the one you have. Even the MS Calculator has an Int function and a memory.
big/little = big / little MS = - Int = * MR =
The superior RPN is left to others.
Also, your email address increases in value when being sold inbetween spammers. Effectively, you make the A-list among spammers.
More like B-list. A-list is for those saps who actually buy the stuff. I've helped someone whose mother fell for a "charity" that ended up with more spam that I thought an individual could get. It even got to be a hassle dealing with tons of snail mail.
I for one welcome our crazy republican overlords.Symington says he saw a large triangular "craft of unknown origin" with lights, moving slowly. "It was dramatic. And it couldn't have been flares because it was too symmetrical", he says. "It had a geometric outline, a constant shape."
Money isn't everything -- but it's a long way ahead of what comes next. -- Sir Edmond Stockdale