25 years ago, sheets of forced air were common in Las Vegas grocery stores as a way to leave the cavernous doors open and form *some* barrier to the AC getting out into the desert heat.
Today, they're rare, generally replaced with automatic or manual doors. When you do see (err, feel) one, it's usually in conjunction with an automatic door.
>BTW, the part about knowing who's going to use the
>door and who isn't is probably doable with cameras
>and enough processing power.
Rule 1: if it isn't touching the ground, don't open for it . . .
Side effects would included positive (not opening for drones and birds), and negative (being sued for not opening for the differently gravitationalized, avian-americans, and so forth).
>Is there any negative side to Hangouts?
Wait a minute, are you suggesting it has a positive side?
Google voie was far more useful when it could be used on a gmail page without needing to launch another window and ask questions in that window . . .
Failure to ring has become far more common since the hangouts hijacking, too--changing from "rare" to "frequent".
>Windows 7 was the last decent OS they released.
Personally, I'd put it as MBASIC5.
However, I don't recall seeing that anywhere other than an executable for CP/M (and as BASCA under MS-DOS), so maybe I need to go back to Extended Disk BASIC version 2 . . .
Yeah, we think it's more acceptable to kill yourself than others. Hence you get beer with 16 and a driving license and gun with 18.
That must be it.
It cannot be that they're tossed out and replaced by the next batch of interns come next year and try to survive somehow on unemployment.
Please point out the differences. Please do!
I got told time and again that Ds and Rs are so vastly different, but in the end what was eventually touted as the huge dividing topics was petty, insignificant bullshit that may actually affect people on a personal level like abortion or gay marriage, but that has neither any impact on 99% of the population nor on their economic situation, their chances or their prospects.
You wanna do business on my turf, you do it by my rules. Don't like it, fuck off.
We're nothing if not adaptable. We learn Trump's ways faster than even he does.
What changed during the Bush administration?
What changed during the Obama administration?
Why the fuck do you expect change now?
I don't get it. I really don't. NOTHING changed from one administration change to the next for the past decades. Oh yes, there was a war on terror. Oh. And? That would have been in what way different under any other rule?
Face it, folks: You're fucked. You have a system in place that allows you to choose every 4 years whether you want to feed one group of useless gits or the other group of useless gits. That makes a huge difference for the gits, and that's why that election fight is fought tooth and nail because it's all or nothing for them. Fo you, it's nothing. Either way.
Mostly because you don't get to choose who you can vote for. That's chosen for you. In the end, when you strip the whole fluff, the whole spectacle has a lot of the old Soviet times when you even sometimes got to choose between two candidates from the same party, supporting the same ideals and the same economic system, not questioning in the slightest the all-holy doctrines and differing in insignificant bullshit topics that were hyped and emotionalized to insane levels despite having exactly zero impact on anything that really mattered in the end.
Let's be brutally honest: The same is true for your DemRep Party.
Europe here, what both sides do you mean? From over here, your both sides look similar enough to be considered the same side.
Maybe it's the distance that makes them indistinguishable from each other, I could swear that your politicians all say and do the same.
And it's still true tomorrow when he says the opposite. It's just another truth! He is Trump! He has more truths than anyone else! Make America true again!
A voice activated 3D TV with a built in Blu-ray player.
We'll own the market.
Fixed that for you.
Given how even after all this time, DVD is still selling better than Blu-Ray and probably always will until the both have been killed by download or another format.
Will it have suicide nets?
They'd have to be pretty strong to catch the robots that will be working there.
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