The number of unexplainable car accidents that result in response to the postings here will make the all previous fiery crashes of NASCAR look like a wienie roast.
Nice knowing ya'all!
This kit comes with relevant tools to instruct on launching denial-of-service attacks and spam campaigns on the targeted network
Advise to would be hacker(s): If you need this provided for you don't even try it. You WILL be caught in short order and I HATE jury duty.
Don't make me send the Axe Gang over there!
5 cents is a deal. Here we're charging 10 cents but that's not the reason I write.
I went into a Vons here awhile back with my nice canvas bags. I had the bags in my cart and turned to grab something. When I turned back around maybe a few seconds later someone had stolen my canvas bags!
When I thought about it I figured out that each bag cost be $7.50 (they ARE nice bags). Given that, I use maybe two bags per trip to the store and do that twice a week. So, 0.10*2*2*4 = $1.60/month. So in replacing my bags that were stolen it points out either I better buy cheaper canvas bags or simply buy the plastic ones. I'm loosing money here hand over fist!
It did eventually dawn on me to use those cheapo carabiners to clip my bags to the cart
your argument is stupid and lazy.
No actually it's not, well at least not entirely. The answer is zero emission vehicles (electric cars) are best suited to the west whereas gas powered cars are more suited to the east. This is due (see the article) by more states in the east relying on coal fired electric plants:
The data is 2014 so it's not that stale. I think the takeaway is that just because it's a zero emission vehicle is does not follow that it'll have a better impact on the environment. But you can read the article.
I'm waiting for the "I was wearing the VR goggles while playing Mortal Combat when I punched him. But I got arrested for domestic violence anyway".
Also a tally should be kept of the lamps, pictures and other assorted stuff that will get destroyed due to the blind flailing of appendages.
.ini: PASSWORD = ""
Hacker: I guess they don't have a password, what will we do? We'll never guess it now!
One nice thing is it's impossible to lock the fob in the trunk of my BMW. One day I kept closing the trunk and and the car kept opening it right back up. I was about to start swearing at the car when it occurred to me to check by briefcase. Behold, there was my fob.
If there was a app for biometric security here it is. Wireless fob paired with the owners thumb print. Of course we could just drop our fobs into a metal card file box and close the lid. Shields the RF and makes it harder to loose the fob (don't move the box)!
Amazing that it has 4.5/5 stars. Not sure about that.