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Just pretend that it's a viral promotion for a for-profit corporation making more money for people who don't need it rather than an altruistic cause for people who do.Speaking of old, Dre looks old in that video. I think they're going to have to start heating the water up a little or one of these old-timers is going to have a heart attack. Also, I hope that watch of his was either not expensive or was waterproof.
Making games is his passion, why should he give it up entirely?Both Flappy Bird and this game are free and ad-supported. Flappy Bird currently exists on the Amazon FireTV:http://www.theverge.com/2014/8/4/5966761/flappy-birds-family-is-a-perfect-game-for-the-amazon-fire-tvThere's an online HTML5 version here if you really want to play Flappy Bird:http://flappybird.io
Paging would add a lot of wear to the Flash memory as the writes would be very frequent. They could however put something like 4GB dedicated NAND storage just for paging and that wouldn't use any power on standby. It would even allow them to flush RAM and power it off saving even more power. It's more needed in the iPad than iPhone. If that dedicated NAND wore out, it's no big deal, they'd just gradually eliminate bad blocks or worst case stop writing to it.Safari really...
Maybe the 4.7" model will optionally come inside a 5.5" shell with some extra battery like a Russian doll. That way when you need a phablet, leave it in the giant, unwieldy shell and when you need to use a pocket device like a normal person, just take it out the shell. Asus at least should get on this phabfone idea.
No, just most Western non-Christians. Why do you say 'some' to imply it's a minority?https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s-EUsDGvJJwhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pP-euTkE2YsWhy are you calling those events by name? You need to be all-inclusive and refer to them as holidays when you don't know if all the people on the forum celebrate them or not. People do celebrate St. Patrick's Day despite not being Irish, Ireland doesn't say happy holidays to avoid offending residents of...
Sometimes they have different quality output but it's dependent on the adaptors, cables and displays, nothing you could say in any absolute sense. They should both work fine but you really just have to try it to see for sure and if you have trouble with one connection, use the other one.
Again, I didn't say people are never selfless, it is just the exception. If it was commonplace, they would run out of awards for selfless services or not bother handing them out as they do now. There's a video here that shows how cruel humans can be. It's a disturbing video as it shows a 2 year old child left to die on a road in China after being run over:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3DyDNMU8nnIhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Death_of_Wang_YueThat sort of thing wouldn't...
Oh, I see where you're coming from. But still, the term doesn't mean death, I didn't come up with it, it means life after death and has nothing to do with logic:http://www.thefreedictionary.com/afterlifeDeath is not really an event that takes up a period of time, it is simply the end point of life and instantaneous.A movie based on the sayings of a 4 year old are unlikely to convince me otherwise. You can see the kind of contrived statements the kid is making...
It's not just Christians who celebrate Christmas though, it has been commercialized as Christmas to everyone as the event involving Santa, fir trees, stockings, snow, open fires, presents etc. Easter is similarly a specific event, which is a Christian-oriented occasion but it has been commercialized with eggs, bunnies and so on and companies tend to be ok saying Happy Easter. Happy Holidays could refer to any public holiday and I don't even know what specific period it's...
The majority of things that people do are for selfish motives. People are well aware that there are other people in their locality who haven't eaten for days but they make no effort to sacrifice their own meal for them. When people go to work, they do it in return for money and would rarely overwork for the benefit of the company or the people the company serves. When people give gifts it's almost always for an occasion like a birthday or anniversary, people hardly ever...
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