I thought about that too. I'm in hurricane alley/Ft. lauderdale and I can just see those spoons flying everywhere. I did wonder how they wouldn't squeal... then I saw the close up... those puppies must all be on ball bearings. So much for easily rep
Airborne... or not. Seems to be an awful lot of debate going on in just the 2 weeks since we heard it most definitely wasn't airborne. Quote:"It's the single greatest concern I've ever had in my 40-year public health career," Dr. Osterholm
From this site: Quote:Ballistic Helmets (aka Kevlar ® Helmets) offer good ballistic protection from Fragmentation and most pistol caliber threats which is why you see most military and SWAT teams in helmets. An even more common reason for helmets is
I looked yesterday, and again just now... ...all I could find was; "Her manager, Gina Rugolo, confirmed her death, saying 'it followed a brief illness.'" ...and elsewhere that, "she'd died of 'Natural Causes'."
You'll need to go to Snow first then Mavericks. Does she use iPhoto? What version? Just get 2x2G chips. 4G are way too expensive. Since that is older RAM somewhere like Crucial will be twice the price. They want $61 shipped for 2x2G Make this sel
So.. no good deed goes unpunished. My Mom has the iP4 which has issues with reception. (AntennaGate anyone) It's in a case but she still needs to be near a window. I decided to look at her plan on ATT. I got her onto the Next plan with a new iP6 for
Ah SO! Makes Even MORE Sense...now... Glad I ain't got nobody but ME messing with the G4/Music & Apps Everybody tosses me their devices and I get to transfer their CD's into my iTunes Library. KEEP The CHANGE Just tonight I got 4CDs to
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