Is IRC still around?
Is IRC still around?
You were here in the 90s, Mr. 8 digit user ID? Because I was, and no, it was never this bad in the 90s. There was none of this crap. Yes, this is my first time logging in in about 10 years, and I did it just because this article was about the dumbest thing I've seen here, and I had to point and laugh. Seriously.
Pretty sure eztv was compromised and none of 'eztv' domains are real. Same goes for all those supposedly KAT domains you've listed. Why are you linking to fake copies of the sites?
Like a millennial driving a stick shift car.
Diesels are cheaper. Navy ships don't have to make a profit.
Unfortunately yes it does.
Except that a kiosk still doesn't solve the problem. Matter of fact in majority of the mishaps isn't caused by the person taking the order even at a drive-thru in my experience. For instance I walked in to dine at an east Nashville located Hardee's where they had a kiosk on the far right side where they normally have a regular register. I placed the order on it for a 1/2lb bacon cheese thickburger meal, opted for an extra paddy, and round up the final bill for charity and get a cookie, cause why not as I had skipped breakfast and was having quite a late lunch that day.
After about 8 minutes the order was ready, went back to the register counter, got the meal, and sat down back at the table I had chosen after placing the order. I was about 1/4th-way through the burger when I realized this is just a regular single paddy no-bacon cheese burger and the cookie wasn't provided either. Come to find out the teenager who was mostly busy goofing off behind the counter doing practically nothing by standing idly around most of time, and talking with his friends who were trying to do their jobs by making the meals in the back, was responsible for fulfilling the orders by assembling the food on to trays for dining-in customers or into paper bags to give to the customers at the drive-thru. Well this kid had swapped my order with a drive-thru customer's order because he wasn't paying attention. And of course the manager wasn't around to resolve the situation.
I haven't been to a Hardee's since then. Mainly because their restaurants are far away from where I live and I only stopped by there because I hadn't had their burgers in a long time and doesn't motivate me to go the extra mile to eat there again cause I remember the last aforementioned dining-in experience.
I see where he's coming from based on his confusion:
[1920, 1080] * 2 = [3840, 2160], or written as:
[1920, 1080] * [2, 2] = [3840, 2160]
3840x2160 is four times the resolution (or size) of 1920x1080 because two dimensions are being multiplied by two, not jut one and so he's not taking into account the other dimension.
I remember reading about this study this years ago, it shows that people with more bumper stickers are more likely to be involved in road rage incidents. The theory is, people who personalize their vehicle tend to view the vehicle as their own private space, even when on the public roads. Because they are in their own private space, they literally do feel that they own the road.
How the post Jobs world has changed with Apple chasing Google in the phone market.
You must be new... Oh wait.
Too bad you lot gave up your guns. Maybe now you understand it wasn't about hunting or crime.
This for banning taxes on internet service, not taxes related to purchasing goods over the internet.
Decaffeinated coffee? Just Say No.