Originally Posted By: garyWOriginally Posted By: lanovamiYou almost have me worried if they do catch on. People will never be able to stop dinking. It will always be on their wrist calling to people when they do anything with their hands. It would
I'm talking about the level of personal PAIN it causes to see it replayed in detail or ad nauseum… it's like reliving the loss of a child or spouse… sure you remember it, and you pause and reflect, and you feel badly… but you don't want to relive eac
IMO Hiroshima and Nagasaki were FAR Worse.. ...people are still dying from the death from above. Same as I can't help feeling crushed when remembering Agent Orange, White & Blue we drenched the land in in Viet Nam... or the Spent Uranium we left
Originally Posted By: lanovamiYou almost have me worried if they do catch on. People will never be able to stop dinking. It will always be on their wrist calling to people when they do anything with their hands. It would have to be banned from clas
Do any of you buy a new iPhone every year? Do you trade it in, or sell it online? Do you keep what you have until it won't work anymore? Usually I keep everything for as long as possible, considering the cost, but I'm not under a 2 year contract, so
"The answer will be much different in about two years." I can see where you are coming from here, I think. Smartphones, tablets, and MP3s were on the market but did not excite the public imagination until Apple took them and made them more
The memorials of the bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, in early August, are huge events every year in Japan. Of course these cities were largely obliterated in seconds but in many cases it is the same thing. It never occurred to me we wouldn't wa
Awesome job of coming in here and starting a thread about something you would rather forget. If you don't like it...don't watch it. Personally, I think we need to be reminded of the horror, lest we become complacent.
I'd been thinking about that lately... I have PTSD from being there.. ..I hadn't considered people in like situations watching say, the bombing of Pearl Harbour repeatedly. The closest I've ever been to anyone anything close to it was my mom.. who
Well, I thought I was making progress as I was able to send out a couple other emails via HostMonster at port 26 and then switched them all. Now, I am back to no new emails being received but the CCed ones to my main HostMonster (that was the CC ad
Do you have a problem with the yearly scheduling of Pearl Harbor movies and Historical programs on TV around December 7 each year? Or , likewise , shows and programs about JFK around November 22? Or, similarly , on the anniversary of the tragedy on J
I had a chance to try some things without any luck still. -I did try port 2525 and it would not connect. -They are straight emails without any attachments. -I tried both HTML and plain text -Emails do go to the sent folder -I can sent a new emai
Well, that didn't take long. Got this from Wells this morning. ----------- Life is mobile. Increasingly, we're connecting, sharing, and making our way through the day with the help of our mobile phones. That's why we're excited to be part of Apple Pa
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