And you would know, being so obviously well-informed about weather simulations.
If the person who wrote the summary knew anything about "weather simulations" they would be aware that climate is not weather!!!
Looks like the edit didn't take. Better readable version here.
I wish slashdot would fix that.
By putting in a chamber to hold the gas, you then ruin the integrity of the lock by make the metal weaker and easier to cut thru.
If I am stealing bikes, like I did when I was a junkie, puking isn't going to stop me from finishing the job and grabbing the bike. By putting in the gas, you made it easier to cut thru the lock, so I'm guessing it won't stop as many people as you think.
Two minutes and 34 seconds is hardly eight times faster than three minutes and 40 seconds for the same transmission.
The 32GB iPhone writes at 42MB per second, which is nearly eight times slower than the 128GB version's 341MB per second
While I don't actually need to have all my books on my kindle, it would be really fucking nice if I could put all my books on my kindle and get it ordered how I like. A microSD slot would do that for me. But whatever. It's not like I actually buy ebooks thru Amazon anyways.
“Say, Ed! How was your trip? Lager?”
“Hi, John. Yeah, I’ll have a lager. The whole trip was lousy, a journey through hell all the way.”
“Didn't you fly Green-Osbourne?”
The bartender swore; he was a wealthy man who owned the bar he was tending and quite a bit of Green-Osbourne Transportation
Scissors, razor blade, and knife are a few objects that can defeat this. Do it at the bottom of it and no one needs to know it was damage when you turn it in. But hey, security theater needs money also.
That flag was the battle flag of an army who fought Unites States soldiers. As such, it belongs in the ranks of the Isis flag and the Nazi swastika.
And "overbearing federal government?" Hoo, boy... Here's a hint: Neighborhood associations are NOT part of the federal government.
The damned smart phones were invented fifty years too late, right when the GenXers were too busy to teach their kids manners. It's just plain RUDE to talk on the phone or text when you're having a conversation with someone else. Pulling out the phone when it hasn't rung is the height of rudeness.
Telephone etiquette was worked out a century ago. If you have compeny and the phone rings, you say "excuse me", answer the phone and say "I have company, can I call you back?" and the polite answer to that is "sure" unless it's an emergency.
My eighty eight year old mother rages about that behavior, and believes it's the smartphones themselves that causes it!
It isn't internet dysphoria, it's "I'm sick of assholes" dysphoria.
FORTUNE'S FUN FACTS TO KNOW AND TELL: #44 Zebras are colored with dark stripes on a light background.