You mean BabyPutin? Yeah, I dig him.
You mean BabyPutin? Yeah, I dig him.
My favorite question was "Who was your childhood hero?", to which I replied "Hitler".
I bet your password is #MAKEAMeR1CAGREATAGa1N69.
Cash money has no real value either. It has value only because a lot of people agree that it has value.
The value of everything comes from the agreement of a lot of people.
Which isn't saying much, as that ten dollar bill is fiat money, and is good only so long as the government's credibility holds up (which for the US government is
... well, not very well.)
Every country in the world is trying to put their wealth in dollars. US government credibility (or rather, the credibility of the US treasury and the Fed) is pretty goddamn high.
You know those commercials that sometimes come on local stations late at night for "Consumers Cellular"? The ads sell it like a cell phone provider for old people, since they always have sixty-somethings being hip with their no-contract cell phones and buying slutty red dresses to see if they can interest their hubbies in one more roll in the clover.
What you may not know, is that Consumer Cellular is actually a really good provider. You pay as you go, you can use practically any smartphone, including the iStatus from Apple. They mail you out a sim card and away you go. Data, calls, texts, it's cheap as shit. If you pay attention to what you're doing and know your way around, you can even avoid giving them real information, so it's the anonymity of a burner phone and the convenience of a major provider. And no contracts.
My wife has some Cadillac plan from one of the big providers, but when my contract was up with AT&T but my phone was still good, I figured, "What the hell?" and tried Consumers Cellular. It works great, has coverage wherever the other companies have coverage and AT&T can just suck my dick.
Judge: Why did you shoot them?
The latest answer is, "I don't know".
I just ponder
I'd like to think you've got more important/enjoyable things to ponder besides what last name someone chooses to use.
This may blow your mind, but Taylor Swift's last name really isn't "Swift".
The hyphenation in Berners-Lee is a linguistic device, whereas Wasserman-Schultz is statement of Womyn's Liberation.
And he outs himself as a troll from
In case you don't know who that is, Matt Forney is a "men's rights activist" and all-around scumbag. Here's a photo, in case you're wondering why he's a man-going-his-own-way (MGTOW):
And RooshV is a guy who lives with his mom and writes pick-up guides about smashing puss. He believes rape should be legal, and has never been with a woman that he didn't pay for.
So the rest of you: the next time you see an AC trolling here, don't get upset wondering where all the messed up "nerds" have come from. These ACs calling people "nigger" and "kike" are just greasy scumbags who got lost on their way from the
How do you feel about Complains-About-Names?
Is that his Indian name? Mine was "Drinks-From-Saucer".
The hyphenation in Berners-Lee is a linguistic device
A "linguistic device"? So, you know as little about language as you do about technology and computing.
At least you admit that Tim Berners-Lee has a hyphenated last name. Now you try again.
Tim Berners-Lee, the inventor of the World Wide Web.
I assume that your ignorance of him and his contribution to technology, computing and the Internet means that you're just a
Linus's announcement includes the shortlog, calling this release "fairly calm," though "There's a couple of network drivers that got a bit more loving."
I can't stand women with hyphenated names, anyhow. Rubs me the wrong way.
How do you feel about men with hyphenated last names?
I'm thinking Pip-boy.
at the very least, they could link to what the reviewers said at the time it was released.
I don't know if someone changed the wiki entry since last night, but there are links to reviews at the bottom of the article and above the notes.
Those who can, do; those who can't, write. Those who can't write work for the Bell Labs Record.